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Old 05-22-2016, 05:29 PM
andyf andyf is offline
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ss 2.0 should lock in the open position?

If I remove the blade stop pin, I can open the blade enough for the push-button lock to pop out and hold the blade open.

However, with the blade stop pin installed, the blade doesn't open enough. Which should I grind to make more room? Try to make the blade stop pin a smaller diameter or grind on the blade to allow it to go back further or around a larger stop pin?

Also, how critical are both of the standoffs? one of my standoffs is not threaded. For the time being, I have one standoff installed the farthest from the pivot pin.

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Old 05-24-2016, 11:21 AM
HolsterSmith HolsterSmith is offline
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Hi Andy,

Thank you for your business!

Please give David Pearce at a call at 877-255-6433. He can help you with your question.

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