Quartermaster QTR-11cc General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Carbon Copy Two-Tone Tanto Blade, Milled Titanium Handles

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Part #: QAQTR11CC | QTRMSTR Knives
QAQTR11CC: QTR-11cc General Lee 2 Folding Knife, Carbon Copy, Designed by G&G Hawk
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 & 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-11 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, then smoothed by hand, for a perfect fit and durable finish.

Out in front, QTRMSTR has installed a lightly stonewashed CPM-S35VN tanto blade with brushed satin flats, 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.
  • 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: Tanto
  • Blade Finish: Two-Tone
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Handle Thickness: 0.70"
  • Locking Mechanism: External Toggle V3.0
  • Pivot Assembly: Ceramic ORB System 
  • Pocket Clip: Titanium
  • Weight: 5.6 oz.
  • Designer: Grant and Gavin Hawk
  • Made in the USA
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.
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.
Made in USA
Made in USA This product is USA born and raised.
Quartermaster QTR-11cc General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Carbon Copy Two-Tone Tanto Blade, Milled Titanium Handlesrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (1 review)
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Quartermaster QTR-11cc General Lee 2 Flipper 3.55" S35VN Carbon Copy Two-Tone Tanto Blade, Milled Titanium Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
ohio / oklahoma
Dec 01, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Lock Type, Handle Feel, Pocket Clip, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: Weight, Lock Type, None
is this just a toy? im not sure. but im very positive that i also dont care. i had to have it...its just cool as he!! it has such a unique and smooth open/close action and you'll have to cycle it a few times to get acquainted with how it works and where to put your fingers. the bottom line is that you must hold it correctly...there is a slight chance this thing will cut you when closing it and the mechanism can pinch your fingers when opening it; probably not the best knife to play with when you are drunk...but play i shall, sober or not. ive seen a lot of negative reviews about this knife but most of these ive read seem to be from people that have never handled it and just think its stupid. a negative review from someone thats never used the product is worthless. in all honesty, i can see how they might think that given its very unconventional design...its certainly not a normal knife. but with that said, i think its absolutely awesome and id buy it again for sure - i have zero buyers remorse; you feel its quality just holding it and the mechanism is so complicated yet so smooth. ive been using it as an edc but i always carry a large knife. its not going to be right for you as an edc if you want a small, light weight, sensible knife. none of that applies to this knife. it does weigh a bit, especially for an edc, but in all honesty its not any heavier from what i normally carry and, given its complexity, i think its actually pretty dang lightweight (IMO). im in love with it; its just so unique...i cant stop looking at it and ive already cycled the mechanism 1000+ times just playing around with it. when someone wants to hold it be sure to explain how it opens and closes prior to handing it to them. seriously. people who are unfamiliar with it and how it works could easily cut themselves and/or drop it and its just too nice (and complicated) to see it hit the ground. much like handing a nice, new zippo to someone and watching them f around with it/bend the hinge opening it on their leg or slamming it into the ground trying to open it with the "snap fingers" trick, it may be one of those things that you dont break out too often just to keep the morons from messing it up.


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