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Drop + Laconico Keen Spear-Point Titanium Frame Lock Folding Kni

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Drop + Laconico Keen Spear-Point Titanium Frame Lock Folding KnifeDrop + Laconico Keen Spear-Point Titanium Frame Lock Folding Knife

OUR CLEANEST COLLABORATION YET

Elegance, functionality, and precision define knifemaker Ray Laconico’s work. Never one to overcomplicate a design, Laconico has become known for his minimalist style and emphasis on utility. Our latest collaboration, the Keen, is right in Laconico’s wheelhouse. This 7.9-inch titanium frame lock is as clean as it gets. Featuring a smooth, slightly curved titanium handle and a satin-finished spear-point blade, the Keen is a work of art—but it’s robust enough to perform strenuous tasks if you need it to. The full flat–ground S35VN stainless steel blade measures 3.4 inches. It's easy to control for slicing, and the spear-point tip provides exceptional piercing power. Deployment is smooth thanks to the caged ceramic-bearing system and subtle flipper tab. What’s more, the knife comes in three different finishes and three handle patterns. (There's even a lefty version!)

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BALANCED, SATISFYING amp; FUNCTIONAL

From the tip of the Keen’s blade to the base of the handle runs a single clean line, creating continuity and visual balance. Absent of jimping, the knife feels smooth and satisfying in the hand. Plus, the handle measures less than a half inch thick, so it’s relatively slim for a knife of this size. In keeping with the minimal nature of the knife, the blade’s full-flat grind is simple and effective. When it comes time to sharpen, it’s easy to maintain, too. Armed with a hardened steel lockbar insert, the titanium frame lock is built for the long haul. Finally, the titanium pocket clip is rounded and smooth, just like the handle. It offers tip-up carry on the right side, but you can grab the left-handed version if you prefer.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Blade steel: CPM-S35VN stainless steel
Grind: Full flat
Handle: 6AL4V titanium
Lock: Frame lock
Blade thickness (spine): 0.16 in (4 mm)
Blade thickness behind apex: 0.01 in (0.3 mm)
Handle width: 0.5 in (1.3 cm)
Blade length: 3.4 in (8.6 cm)
Handle length: 4.5 in (11.4 cm)
Overall length: 7.9 in (20 cm)
Weight (Plain): 4.4 oz (123.6 g)
Weight (Groove): 4.3 oz (120.7g)
Weight (Portals): 4.3 oz (121.1g)
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ABOUT RAY LACONICO

Ever since seeing the movie First Blood when he was a kid, California–based knifemaker Ray Laconico was fascinated by blades. As he grew older, Ray started collecting them, until his hobby got out of control—to a point where he needed to try his hand at making one. That opportunity came under the guidance of Bob Engnath, who sold Ray blade blanks and parts to experiment with. Once he got the hang of things, there was no turning back. Since officially taking up knifemaking in the ‘90s, Laconico has become known for a simple, clean, and functional style that shows through in each of his designs. He currently operates out of his garage workshop in Visalia, California.

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Design and Production Designed by Ferrum Forge, Manufactured by WE Knife, and Produced by Drop Designed by Ferrum Forge, Manufactured by WE Knife, Produced by Drop Designed by Ferrum Forge, Manufactured by WE Knife, Produced by Drop Designed by Bob Terzuola, Manufactured by WE Knife, Produced by Drop Designed by Ferrum Forge, Manufactured by WE Knife, and Produced by Drop Designed by Ferrum Forge, Manufactured by Pro-Tech, and Produced by Drop
Blade: CPM-S35VN stainless steel / Drop-point S35VN stainless steel CPM-S35VN / Modified Sheepsfoot CPM-S35VN / Persian CPM-S35VN stainless steel with satin finish CPM-20CV stainless steel / Drop-point
Handle: 6AL4V titanium with rosewood or carbon fiber scales 6AL4V titanium Titanium Micarta or Carbon Fiber 6AL4V titanium 6061-T6 aluminum
Lock: Frame lock Frame Lock Frame Lock Liner Lock Frame Lock Button lock
Open: Flipper tab Flipper Tab Flipper Tab Flipper Tab Flipper Tab Flipper tab or button release
Blade Length: 3 in (7.8 cm) 3.4 in (8.6 cm) 3.4 in (8.6 cm) 3.3 in (8.4 cm) 3.5 in (8.9 cm) 3.6 in (9.1 cm)
Length (Open / Closed): Open: 6.6 in (17.5 cm) / Closed: 3.6 in (9.7 cm) Open: 7.6 in (19.3 cm) / Closed: 4.2 in (10.6cm) Open: 7.6 in (19.3 cm) / Closed: 4.3 in (10.8 cm) Open: 7.6 in (19.4 cm) / Closed: 4.4 in (11.3 cm) Open: 7.8 in (19.8 cm) / Closed: 4.3 in (110.6 cm) Open: 8.25 in (21 cm) / Closed: 4.6 in (11.7 cm)
Weight: 2.4 oz (68 g) 4.3 oz (121.9 g) 3.4 oz (97 g) 3.3 oz (94 g) 3.6 oz (103.2 g) Original: 3.85 oz (109 g) / Milled: 3.6 oz (102 g)
Available Variants: Rosewood or Carbon Fiber Handles, Satin or Stonewash Blade Finish Blue, Bronze, Gray Gray, Blue, or Bronze Titanium Green, Natural Brown, Red Micarta or Carbon Fiber Original, Supernova, or Mothership handles in Blue, Gray, or Bronze Plain or Milled Handles available in Gray, Blue, Green, and Black
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Drop + Gavko Nurse Titanium Frame Lock Drop + Eric Ochs Lynx Titanium Liner Lock Drop + Brad Zinker Dogtooth Titanium Frame Lock Drop + Brad Zinker Dogtooth Titanium Liner Lock Drop + Eric Ochs Orca Titanium Liner Lock Drop + Kirby Lambert Raine Folding Knife
Design and Production Designed by Michal Gavac, Manufactured by WE Knife, Produced by Drop Designed by Eric Ochs, Manufactured by Reate, Produced by Drop Designed by Brad Zinker, Manufactured by WE Knife, Produced by Drop Designed by Brad Zinker, Manufactured by WE Knife, Produced by Drop Designed by Eric Ochs, Manufactured by Reate, Produced by Drop Designed by Kirby Lambert, Manufactured by Reate, Produced by Drop
Blade: S35VN stainless steel / Modified wharncliffe RWL34 stainless steel / Drop-Point CPM-S35VN / Wharncliffe CPM-S35VN / Wharncliffe RWL34 / Drop-Point Damasteel RWL34 / Recurve Drop-Point
Handle: 6AL4V titanium G10 or Carbon Fiber 6AL4V titanium in Blue, Grey, or Black Titanium liners with G-10, carbon fiber, or rosewood scales G10 or Carbon Fiber Titanium and FatCarbon Scales
Lock: Frame Lock Liner Lock Frame Lock Liner Lock Liner Lock Frame Lock
Open: Flipper Tab Flipper Tab and Thumb Studs Flipper Tab Flipper Tab Flipper Tab Flipper Tab
Blade Length: 2.9 in (7.4 cm) 2.98 in (7.5 cm) 3.3 in (8.3 cm) 3.3 in (8.3 cm) 3.5 in (8.9 cm) 3.5 in (8.9 cm)
Length (Open / Closed): Open: 6.8 in (17.3 cm) / Closed: 3.9 in (9.9 cm) Open: 6.91 in (17.6 cm) / Closed: 3.93 in (9.9 cm) Open: 7.3 in (18.6 cm) / Closed: 4.05 in (10.3 cm) Open: 7.3 in (18.6 cm) / Closed: 4.05 in (10.3 cm) Open: 8 in (20.4 cm) / Closed: 4.5 in (11.5 cm) Open: 8.2 in (20.8 cm) / Closed: 4.7 in (11.9 cm)
Weight: 3.7 oz (105 g) 3.6 oz (102 g) 2.2 oz (62.4 g) 2.4 oz (68 g) 4.75 oz (135 g) 5.8 oz (164 g)
Available Variants: Aqua, Ocean, or Sand Handles, Satin or Stonewash Blade Finish Carbon Fiber or G10 in Black, Green, Brown, Blue Black, Blue, or Greywash G-10, Carbon Fiber, or Rosewood Carbon Fiber or G10 in Black, Green, Blue Blue, Green, Red, and Purple Titanium with FatCarbon Scales

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