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Most knife enthusiasts will know Lucas Burnley as the creator of the Kwaiken folders. His preference for Japanese inspired knives is also evident on the Kihon, which nevertheless evokes a completely different feel than the Kwaiken. The significantly more sizeable titanium frame lock in combination with the wider blade predestines the Kihon as a tactical knife but also as a versatile utility knife for everyday use. The cobalt-alloyed VG-10 is used as the blade steel, which impresses equally with its corrosion resistance and edge-holding capability. The ball-bearing of the two-tone blade ensures literally friction-free flipping, while the Rick Hinderer lock stop limits the travel of the frame lock actuator. With removable clip (tip-up). Blade length: 3.3. Overall length: 7.8. Weight: 4.0 oz.