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A2 Andre Thorburn/Van Heerden A6 Copper lightning strike Carbon Fiber.

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  • Maker Andre E. Thorburn (blade) and Andre Van Heerden (Handle)
  • Handle Material Copper Lightning Strike Carbon Fiber
  • Blade Material Bohler M390
  • Blade Length 3.5
  • Overall Length 8.25

  • Item # 482504
  • Qty Available 1
Description

A2 Andre Thorburn/Van Heerden A6 Flipper Knife, Copper lightning strike Carbon Fiber (3.5" Satin)

·        Overall Length:8.25"

·        Blade Length:3.50"

·        Blade Thickness:0.16"

·        Blade Material:Bohler M390

·        Blade Style:Drop Point

·        Blade Grind:Hollow

·        Finish:Satin

·        Edge Type:Plain

·        Handle Length:4.75"

·        Handle Thickness:0.58"

·        Handle Material: Copper Lightning Strike Carbon Fiber

·        Color:Black

·        Frame/Liner:Titanium

·        Weight:4.66 oz.

·        User:Right Hand

·        Pocket Clip:Tip-Up

·        Knife Type:Manual

·        Opener:Flipper

·        Lock Type:Liner Lock

·        Brand:Andre Thorburn

·        Model:A6

·        Designer:Andre Thorburn, Van Heerden

·        Country of Origin:South Africa

·        Best Use:Everyday Carry

·        Product Type:Knife

·        This A6 model is outfitted with an M390 steel blade and a Copper lightning strike Carbon Fiber handle with blue anodized titanium liners.

·        The A6 Flipper is a superb collaboration from Andre E. Thorburn (blade) and Andre Van Heerden (handle). It has a large, rounded handle design for comfort in hand and will appeal to those who prefer a traditional flipper opener. In addition, the A6 has even smoother action than its predecessors by utilizing a ball bearing IKBS pivot! The blade is M390 steel with a high hand satin finish and a hollow grind. It has 3D machined Copper lightning strike Carbon Fiber scales, resting over an anodized titanium liner lock frame.  

 

 

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Q: Can you post pic of centering? posted by: thuun 7/13/2020 11:39 PM
A: Hi I'm sorry but that knife has been sold I have struggled with trying to remove it from the site