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Timberline George Sessions 2" Alary Gentleman's Folder with Frame Lock - TM8223

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Part Number: TM8223
Manufacturer: Timberline Knives
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TM8223: Alary Gentleman's Folder
Timberline Knives

1.9" Framelocking folding knife.
Stainless steel construction with mirror polished finish. Timberline's beautiful gentleman's folder with polished black coating. Designed by custom knifemaker George Sessions and produced in Asia, this is a well engineered and constructed pocketknife.

Designer George Sessions
Weight 1 oz.
Blade length 1 7/8"
Overall length 4.75"
Blade style Wharnecliffe
Blade steel AUS-8
Type lock Frame lock with Sessions integral unlocking liner
Pocket clip Stainless
Knife coating Titanium nitride
Height 5/8"
Width 3/8"

AUS-8 Stainless Steel
AUS-8 Stainless Steel
A very widely used EDC steel, AUS-8 can take a very nice edge while also maintaining moderate edge holding and corrosion resistance properties.
Frame Lock
Frame Lock
Developed by Chris Reeve, it functions like a liner lock but the lock is comprised of one of the handle scales. It's an extremely strong and easy to manipulate lock.
Steel Handles
Steel Handles
Stainless Steel knife handles provide strength and durability while using chromium oxide to create a rust-resistant barrier.
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Mac M
Raleigh, NC
Sep 15, 2015
Pros: Blade Material, Weight, Blade Sharpness, None
Cons: Lock Type, Handle Material, Sheath, Pocket Clip, Overall Quality
Great blade, awful design
Very small knife, about the size of a Swiss Keychain knife. Blade was exceptionally sharp right out of the box (very nice box by the way). Knife finish was fantastic and has held up well. Now for the bad news.....blade lock was very weak, after a few uses I had to pull the lock out with a thumbnail every time I wanted to slip it back into the sheath (no longer a push/pull with the thumb). Within a month the the lock completely fell off. The continuous pushing and pulling wore the thin metal hinge out. It completely broke off and makes me wonder, was this knife made of aluminum? For a me, how can a part designed to to accept that minimal stress at that frequency fail so quickly?? I do not understand how within a month it gave way? Therefore I do not recommend this to anyone. Blade was great, complete knife rendered useless within 30. Keep looking.....Buck perhaps.
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