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Quartermaster QTR-12tt General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Texas Tea Black Stonewash Sheepsfoot Blade, Milled Titanium Handles

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Part #: QAQTR12TT | QTRMSTR Knives
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Description
QAQTR12TT: QTR-12tt General Lee 2 Folding Knife, Texas Tea, Designed by G&G Hawk
QTRMSTR
 
The General Lee 2 from QTRMSTR is affectionately known as the "pace car" for the knife industry in 2016, released on January 1st. It features many design innovations Grant and Gavin Hawk are known for in a unique design that you probably haven't seen or held before. It's quality through and through and truly an awesome blade.

The QTR-12 is a collaborative effort with the Hawk Knives design team from Idaho City, ID. The full-titanium rocker chassis is unlike anything that's ever been made in the history of tactical knives. Each piece is individually milled and assembled by hand to exacting tolerances. Each part has been cut by wire EDM, milled to shape, black coated, stonewashed, then smoothed by hand, for a perfect fit and durable finish.

Out in front, QTRMSTR has installed a lightly black stonewashed CPM-S35VN sheepsfoot blade with blood grooves and milled holes that glide effortlessly with the help of its design-integrated flipper. The dual thumb studs provide ample purchase and double as the blade stop when in the open position.

Beware - no knife in the world has opening/closing action like this one. It operates more like the suspension of a Formula One race car than it does a traditional folding knife. Its action is fascinating, innovative and tough to put down.

About the Ceramic ORB Pivot System

The ORB Pivot System is a sealed ceramic ball-bearing technology that is widely considered the second generation of an open-bearing system that is being used by some manufacturers today.

The ORB's advantages are plenty: dirt and pocket lint cannot impede the track of these rollers as they're encased. The ball-bearing system tightens the tolerances in and around the pivot of the folding knife. As a result, the lockup is vault tight, yet the rollers allow for almost effortless rotation.

The lack of 'play' at any point on the rotational axis of the blade is truly unlike anything currently being made at this price point in the United States.
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 3.55"
  • Closed Length: 4.45"
  • Overall Length: 8.00"
  • Blade Material: CPM-S35VN Stainless Steel
  • Blade Thickness: 0.156"
  • Blade Hardness: 59-60HRC
  • Blade Style: Sheepsfoot
  • Blade Finish: Texas Tea Black Stonewash
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Handle Thickness: 0.70"
  • Locking Mechanism: External Toggle V3.0
  • Pivot Assembly: Ceramic ORB System 
  • Pocket Clip: Titanium
  • Weight: 5.3 oz.
  • Designer: Grant and Gavin Hawk
  • Made in the USA
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
S35VN
S35VN
A tougher steel than S30V, it retains the excellent corrosive properties and ability to take an edge, but improves on the ability to hold that edge.
Titanium Handles
Titanium Handles
A nonferrous metal, it's prized for its high strength to weight ratio and is often used on higher end knives.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Quartermaster QTR-12tt General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Texas Tea Black Stonewash Sheepsfoot Blade, Milled Titanium Handles4.250 (4 reviews)
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Quartermaster QTR-12tt General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Texas Tea Black Stonewash Sheepsfoot Blade, Milled Titanium Handles
5 out of 5
Hong Kong
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Lock Type
Cons: None
Quartermaster General Lee
The knife is cool in construction and has an unique open/close mechanism I have ever seen.It looks like a piece of art!
Quartermaster QTR-12tt General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Texas Tea Black Stonewash Sheepsfoot Blade, Milled Titanium Handles
5 out of 5
Destin.FL
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Ease of Opening, Weight, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Awsome
Wicked looking knife. Very fun to play with and is a good knife to show off with. For me its going to be a collection knife rather than a utility knife. I expected it to have a little heavier feel to it, but it is pretty comfortable to EDC. NOTE: It has a very tight pocketclip when I use jeans. However I will suspect carrying it in a pocket everyday will cause some problems with the mechanism, with pocket lint and other contaminents in mind. And what a nightmare to clean up. The knife is quality built with no lose parts so far. And the craftmanship seem flawless. The mechanism seem to bind some times the first dozen "cycles" or so, but now it is smooth as silk. The opening and closing will need some practise, but it was more fun than a hassle. For the price i would appreciate a carry pouch or something included.
Quartermaster QTR-12tt General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Texas Tea Black Stonewash Sheepsfoot Blade, Milled Titanium Handles
2 out of 5
Norfolk, VA
Pros: Lock Type, Lock Ease of Use, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Handle Feel
Great design, poor execution.
Whether licensed by Grant and Gavin Hawk or stolen, the mechanism is outstanding - the same as on the vaunted Kershaw ET. What bugs me about this knife is that the quality is nowhere near worth what they are charging. I have the original Kershaw ET, and this one feels like gritty cheap copy in comparison. If you're a fan of the ET and are expecting a similar experience, look elsewhere. This is my second attempt at trying a Quartermaster knife, and my second letdown. It sure looks cool, but it feels like a knife that you would buy from a corner gas station. I will be putting mine up for sale on Ebay.
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