Shirogorov Model F95T Flipper Knife 3.875" M390 Drop Point Blade, Bronze Milled T-Pattern Titanium Handles


Part #: SCDMTF95TM390BR | Shirogorov Knives
SCDMTF95TM390BR: Model 95T Flipper, M390
Shirogorov Knives
The 95 Flipper is Shirogorov's most recognizable model and has been referred to as the Sebenza of flippers. Chris Reeve's Sebenza is the production folder by which all others are compared for its simple, straight forward design and utterly tight tolerances. The model 95 has the flipping action that every other designer and maker strives to achieve. It's crisp, fast, smooth and creates a snap unparalleled in the industry.

This mid-tech Model 95T Flipper could become the jewel of your collection. It's such a rare and utterly perfect knife in every way that it will undoubtedly knock whatever you're currently carrying out of your pocket and maybe for good. The action is faster and smoother than any other knife in our building. The 3.875" drop point blade is made from the highly sought after M390 stainless steel with a high flat grind. The handle is titanium that has their trademark T milling pattern which not only makes this knife look awesome but it provides more grip to the design. The pocket clip is also milled titanium that's one of the most copied clip designs out there because it looks amazing and just works. If you've wanted to add a Shirogorov to your collection, this is it!
  • Blade Length: 3.875" 
  • Cutting Edge: 4.0"
  • Blade Steel: M390 Stainless Steel
  • Thickness: 0.153" 
  • Closed Length: 5.0"
  • Overall Length: 8.75"
  • Handle Material: Bronze Milled T-Pattern Titanium
  • Handle Thickness: 0.48"
  • Weight: 4.4 oz.
  • Multi Row Bearing System
  • Single Titanium Spacer
  • Includes Shirogorov Cloth and Certificate of Authenticity
  • Made in Russia
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.
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
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.
M390 Powdered metal developed for knife blades which provides good corrosion resistance and very high hardness for excellent wear resistance during hard use cutting.
Semi-Custom Semi-Custom or Mid-Tech knives are knives produced by a process in which the designer has more direct--but not complete--involvement; parts of these knives may still have been made by others.
Shirogorov Model F95T Flipper Knife 3.875" M390 Drop Point Blade, Bronze Milled T-Pattern Titanium Handlesrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (1 review)
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Shirogorov Model F95T Flipper Knife 3.875" M390 Drop Point Blade, Bronze Milled T-Pattern Titanium Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jun 17, 2020
Pros: Lock Type, Handle Material, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
Cons: Pocket Clip, None
Grail knife
I’ve wanted the 95t for a few years now, and, thanks to my stimulus check I have it. It’s just feels like the definition of high quality, with tight tolerances and outstanding flipping. Yeah, it’s big, but carries small, and light, with the internal milling. Having m390 blade steel is the icing in the cake, as it’s my favorite, along with 20cv, blade steels. I love the way they milled around the gimping on the blade. One of my favorite things about it, in addition to everything else, is the steel washer under lays to improve wear resistance. I’ve never had a problem with excessive wear on any of my other shiros, but it certainly gives me piece of mind at this price point. I have only one criticism, not a big one, but something I wish they’d done differently. The pocket clip works great, like most shiros, but, the screw holding it in place was lose, and I noticed it was moving up and down, almost too much. I had always thought the base of the clip was recessed slightly, into the scale. I took it off to loc tite it, and noticed a steel bearing presses into the scale, that lines up with a hole in the base of the clip. The bearing should have been made larger or the scale should have been milled to accommodate the clips base to prevent up and down slack from the clip. Now, the finish is worn under the tip of the pocket clip because of the amount of play in the clip. It’s not too big of a deal, since you can’t see the wear. For a knife of this caliber, you’d expect something like this to be tighter with no slack. The bearing stopped it from moving up any further, which is caused by the way I grip it when flipping it open, but still, just feels like a cut corner. Overall, just an outstanding folder that’s going to see a lot of pocket time.


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