Fury Nobility Raindrop Razor Edge Blade Folding Knife with Rose Pakka Handle, 2-Inch
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- RosePakka Hardwood Handle with Stainless Pins
- 440 Stainless Steel Blades and Bolster
- Razor Blade Edge
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The Fury Nobility Raindrop 2-Inch Razor Edge Blade, Folding Knife, RosePakka Handle is manufactured by Joy Enterprises the owners of Fury, Fury Tactical and Mustang products and the importer of Muela of Spain. With production in the USA, Europe and Asia, Joy has been providing high-quality, valued priced products since 1941. Many of our products are proprietary designs (often copied) and others inspired by classic survival/defensive tools and edged weapons. Joy is proud to offer a limited lifetime warranty on all products. Enjoy and be careful.
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4 March 2013
An update--Although my previous review pretty much stands, somehow, the blade of this knife has developed the propensity to not fully seat when closed. In other words, the tip of the blade rests almost a 32nd of an inch above the liners when in the fully closed position; it can actually snag clothing or pocket material. Not sure how this has happened but it is kinda a pain, literally, as I have snagged a thumb or finger more than once retrieving the knife from my pocket. I'm thinking of perhaps purchasing another. I would really like to get one of the really good folders but I just can't let go of the $50 at the moment. :-(
22 Apr 2013
A further update to the update. As of this writing, the blade now protrudes 5/64's an inch above its home. it is definitely enough to snag clothing or fingers in the pocket; as a fact, I no longer carry it in my pocket. I still like the shape, it is a great fit for smaller hands. Also, after the initial WOW period, it is becoming a bit more clear to me that this blade actually needs a bit more blade reshaping than can be achieved by mere stropping. I have since purchased a 2-blade "Whittlin' Jack" from Flexcut and let me say, the adage of "you get what you pay for" can never be more true. This is a fantastic pocket carver. But this is not about Flexcut. Again, the Fury whittler is a pretty good form, it just needs some refinement...and find out why the blade seems to want to seat so high.