Locking Liner Folders

The locking liner style of knife has gained a lot of popularity and the KnifeCenter of the Internet has a great selection.

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A brief explanation about the locking liner system:
This particular locking system was refined by knifemaker Michael Walker. The actual locking mechanism is incorporated in the liner of the handle, hence the name. A metal sheet inside the handle material is called a liner. With a locking liner, opening the blade will allow this metal to flex over and butt against the base of the blade inside the handle, locking it open. Moving this liner aside will release this lock allowing the blade to close. Disengagement of the lock is performed with the thumb, allowing for one handed, hassle free action. Locking liners are commonly found on tactical folders, both production and custom.


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