Maxace Serpent Striker II Butterfly Knife w/ Bearings - Black G10 Balisong

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  • $159.95
  • Regular price $199.95


Maxace Serpent Striker 2 balisong MSSII04 black G-10 with Red spacers, 9Cr18MoV drop point Satin/Stonewashed blade, KVT Ball Bearing Pivots. Designed by Midnight Cat Studios, now IN STOCK. Featured as one of S2G's highest quality  butterfly knives.

The new Maxace Serpent Striker 2 is a professional balisong designed By and For Flippers and enthusiasts of this sport. 
 
With a solid and sturdy design of its blade and its classic well made pocket clip makes this product a must have for all  EDC balisong collections.
 
Built for years of flipping with the same quality and perfomance that we are used to for all Maxace products.
 
Specifications: 
 
  • Model: Serpent Striker 2 MSSII01
  • Overall Length: 10.00”
  • Blade Length: 4.00”
  • Blade Thickness: 0.125”
  • Blade Steel: 9Cr18MoV
  • Blade Finish: Satin/Stonewashed
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Edge Type: Plain
  • Handle Material: G-10, Black
  • Liners: 420 Stainless Steel
  • Spacers: G-10, Red
  • Handle Length: 5.50”
  • Latch and clip: T Latch System, Stainless Steel Clip
  • Pivot System: Teflon Caged Steel Roller Bearing System
  • Weight: 5.1 oz.
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Includes: Semi-hard carry case
  • Remarks: Sandwich Construction Style built with TORX Head Hardware, Zen Pin System. 
  • Optional: Spare Training blade available CLICK HERE      Need oil? CLICK HERE

Does not come with any threadlocker applied and is up to the buyer to apply if they so desire to.

 

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Great knife, loose screws
Well you definitely should NOT be using superglue :) we do have a note in the actual description itself talking about using a threadlocker. This would be no fault of the knife, that is ALL balisongs that use bearings have extra vibrations compared to bushings, and would require loctite to hold your screws in place. Better to use a dry lube vs oil too, pretty standard for all bearing models. Thank you for the review, and we look forward to serving you again! - S2G