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  • Pocket Knife Lock Types

    2018-9-4u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock (Spyderco) Invented by Sal Glesser and refined by Eric Glesser, the Ball Bearing Lock is a simplified take on the Axis Lock concept. As is obvious by the name, a hardened steel ball bearing engages with a ramp on the tang of the blade, but as opposed to the Axis Lock's dual Omega spring arrangement, a single coiled spring ...

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  • Ball Bearing Lock - How does it work?

    2002-9-14u2002·u2002The bottom of the top part of frame/stop pin is radiused to hold the ball from sliding out sidceways. The tip part of the tang is also radiused. The ball bearing lock will operate without a liner as the ball does not have ends that need to be housed in a liner. A liner can be used for added strength, but it is not part of the ball bearing lock.

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  • Ball Bearing Lock Secures 2 Pieces Into 1 - BLADE Magazine

    The hardened ball bearing is unyielding under normal use. In the case of the newer models, a cage of a durable proprietary polymer blend surrounds and centers a smaller ball bearing. The lock action is the same. The Knives. The Ball Bearing Lock debuted in 2002 on Spyderco's World Trade Center (WTC) Knife, a non-profit fundraiser for victims ...

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  • Spyderco Ball Bearing Lock Folding Knives For Sale ...

    Spyderco Manix 2 Folding Knife C101PBK2 Plain Edge BD1 Blade Black FRCP Handle. $150.00 $105.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101PCBL2 Plain Edge SPY27 Blade Mineral Blue FRCP Handle. $200.00 $140.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101GPBN2 3.4' Plain Edge M390 Blade Earth Brown G-10.

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  • Locking Mechanisms - Spyderco

    2021-12-11u2002·u2002Locking Mechanisms BACK LOCK A locking system positioned on the back of the handle that uses a rocker arm that pivots in the center. A lug on one end of the arm engages a notch in the blade's tang to lock the blade open. BALL BEARING LOCK A patented compressive lock that wedges a ball … Continue reading 'Locking Mechanisms'

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  • Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

    2021-12-10u2002·u2002A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot. The result is rapid blade deployment that is smooth and fast. The knife opens with even less effort than a spring assisted knife due to the unique ball bearing system originally invented by the famous knife maker Ken Onion. The knife has a slim, sleek design.

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  • questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it's never come close to opening in my pocket. It's certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But the BBL comes a close second.

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  • Pocket knives: Locking mechanisms on pocket knives

    2017-10-18u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock. This type of lock closely resembles the axis-lock in terms of function. The difference, however, is that the Axis lock uses a horizontal bar, while the ball bearing lock uses ball bearings. The ball bearing falls in between the cut-out of the pivot side of …

    Get Price
  • Pocket Knife Lock Types

    2018-9-4u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock (Spyderco) Invented by Sal Glesser and refined by Eric Glesser, the Ball Bearing Lock is a simplified take on the Axis Lock concept. As is obvious by the name, a hardened steel ball bearing engages with a ramp on the tang of the blade, but as opposed to the Axis Lock's dual Omega spring arrangement, a single coiled spring ...

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock - How does it work?

    2002-9-14u2002·u2002The bottom of the top part of frame/stop pin is radiused to hold the ball from sliding out sidceways. The tip part of the tang is also radiused. The ball bearing lock will operate without a liner as the ball does not have ends that need to be housed in a liner. A liner can be used for added strength, but it is not part of the ball bearing lock.

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock Secures 2 Pieces Into 1 - BLADE Magazine

    2011-12-17u2002·u2002The hardened ball bearing is unyielding under normal use. In the case of the newer models, a cage of a durable proprietary polymer blend surrounds and centers a smaller ball bearing. The lock action is the same. The Knives. The Ball Bearing Lock debuted in 2002 on Spyderco's World Trade Center (WTC) Knife, a non-profit fundraiser for victims ...

    Get Price
  • Spyderco Ball Bearing Lock Folding Knives For Sale ...

    Spyderco Manix 2 Folding Knife C101PBK2 Plain Edge BD1 Blade Black FRCP Handle. $150.00 $105.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101PCBL2 Plain Edge SPY27 Blade Mineral Blue FRCP Handle. $200.00 $140.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101GPBN2 3.4' Plain Edge M390 Blade Earth Brown G-10.

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  • Locking Mechanisms - Spyderco

    2021-12-11u2002·u2002Locking Mechanisms BACK LOCK A locking system positioned on the back of the handle that uses a rocker arm that pivots in the center. A lug on one end of the arm engages a notch in the blade's tang to lock the blade open. BALL BEARING LOCK A patented compressive lock that wedges a ball … Continue reading 'Locking Mechanisms'

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

    2021-12-10u2002·u2002A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot. The result is rapid blade deployment that is smooth and fast. The knife opens with even less effort than a spring assisted knife due to the unique ball bearing system originally invented by the famous knife maker Ken Onion. The knife has a slim, sleek design.

    Get Price
  • questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it's never come close to opening in my pocket. It's certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But the …

    Get Price
  • Buy Ball Bearing Knives

    A selection of some of the best ball bearing knives available. These are perfect for all manor of cutting tasks and there is something for everyone with one of the many styles and shapes available. They're perfect for Hunting, Camping, Utility work at home or away and other general uses.

    Get Price
  • Buck 251 Langford Knife with Pocket Clip - Buck® Knives ...

    Overview. Buck Knives' answer to sleek, yet capable everyday carry. The Langford is a slender, elegant knife which utilizes ball bearing technology and a blade flipper for a smooth, seamless opening. Durable G10 handles ensure tough use, and a pocket clip adds carry convenience. Ball bearing knives are designed for smooth and efficient ...

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  • Pocket knives: Locking mechanisms on pocket knives

    2017-10-18u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock. This type of lock closely resembles the axis-lock in terms of function. The difference, however, is that the Axis lock uses a horizontal bar, while the ball bearing lock uses ball bearings. The ball bearing falls in between the cut-out of the pivot side of …

    Get Price
  • Pocket Knife Lock Types

    2018-9-4u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock (Spyderco) Invented by Sal Glesser and refined by Eric Glesser, the Ball Bearing Lock is a simplified take on the Axis Lock concept. As is obvious by the name, a hardened steel ball bearing engages with a ramp on the tang of the blade, but as opposed to the Axis Lock's dual Omega spring arrangement, a single coiled spring ...

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock - How does it work?

    2002-9-14u2002·u2002The bottom of the top part of frame/stop pin is radiused to hold the ball from sliding out sidceways. The tip part of the tang is also radiused. The ball bearing lock will operate without a liner as the ball does not have ends that need to be housed in a liner. A liner can be used for added strength, but it is not part of the ball bearing lock.

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock Secures 2 Pieces Into 1 - BLADE Magazine

    2011-12-17u2002·u2002The hardened ball bearing is unyielding under normal use. In the case of the newer models, a cage of a durable proprietary polymer blend surrounds and centers a smaller ball bearing. The lock action is the same. The Knives. The Ball Bearing Lock debuted in 2002 on Spyderco's World Trade Center (WTC) Knife, a non-profit fundraiser for victims ...

    Get Price
  • Spyderco Ball Bearing Lock Folding Knives For Sale ...

    Spyderco Manix 2 Folding Knife C101PBK2 Plain Edge BD1 Blade Black FRCP Handle. $150.00 $105.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101PCBL2 Plain Edge SPY27 Blade Mineral Blue FRCP Handle. $200.00 $140.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101GPBN2 3.4' Plain Edge M390 Blade Earth Brown G-10.

    Get Price
  • Locking Mechanisms - Spyderco

    2021-12-11u2002·u2002Locking Mechanisms BACK LOCK A locking system positioned on the back of the handle that uses a rocker arm that pivots in the center. A lug on one end of the arm engages a notch in the blade's tang to lock the blade open. BALL BEARING LOCK A patented compressive lock that wedges a ball … Continue reading 'Locking Mechanisms'

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

    2021-12-10u2002·u2002A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot. The result is rapid blade deployment that is smooth and fast. The knife opens with even less effort than a spring assisted knife due to the unique ball bearing system originally invented by the famous knife maker Ken Onion. The knife has a slim, sleek design.

    Get Price
  • questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it's never come close to opening in my pocket. It's certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But …

    Get Price
  • Buy Ball Bearing Knives

    A selection of some of the best ball bearing knives available. These are perfect for all manor of cutting tasks and there is something for everyone with one of the many styles and shapes available. They're perfect for Hunting, Camping, Utility work at home or away and other general uses.

    Get Price
  • Buck 251 Langford Knife with Pocket Clip - Buck® Knives ...

    Overview. Buck Knives' answer to sleek, yet capable everyday carry. The Langford is a slender, elegant knife which utilizes ball bearing technology and a blade flipper for a smooth, seamless opening. Durable G10 handles ensure tough use, and a pocket clip adds carry convenience. Ball bearing knives are designed for smooth and efficient ...

    Get Price
  • Pocket knives: Locking mechanisms on pocket knives

    2017-10-18u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock. This type of lock closely resembles the axis-lock in terms of function. The difference, however, is that the Axis lock uses a horizontal bar, while the ball bearing lock uses ball bearings. The ball bearing falls in between the cut-out of the pivot side of …

    Get Price
  • Pocket Knife Lock Types

    2018-9-4u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock (Spyderco) Invented by Sal Glesser and refined by Eric Glesser, the Ball Bearing Lock is a simplified take on the Axis Lock concept. As is obvious by the name, a hardened steel ball bearing engages with a ramp on the tang of the blade, but as opposed to the Axis Lock's dual Omega spring arrangement, a single coiled spring ...

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock - How does it work?

    2002-9-14u2002·u2002The bottom of the top part of frame/stop pin is radiused to hold the ball from sliding out sidceways. The tip part of the tang is also radiused. The ball bearing lock will operate without a liner as the ball does not have ends that need to be housed in a liner. A liner can be used for added strength, but it is not part of the ball bearing lock.

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock Secures 2 Pieces Into 1 - BLADE Magazine

    2011-12-17u2002·u2002The hardened ball bearing is unyielding under normal use. In the case of the newer models, a cage of a durable proprietary polymer blend surrounds and centers a smaller ball bearing. The lock action is the same. The Knives. The Ball Bearing Lock debuted in 2002 on Spyderco's World Trade Center (WTC) Knife, a non-profit fundraiser for victims ...

    Get Price
  • Spyderco Ball Bearing Lock Folding Knives For Sale ...

    Spyderco Manix 2 Folding Knife C101PBK2 Plain Edge BD1 Blade Black FRCP Handle. $150.00 $105.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101PCBL2 Plain Edge SPY27 Blade Mineral Blue FRCP Handle. $200.00 $140.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101GPBN2 3.4' Plain Edge M390 Blade Earth Brown G-10.

    Get Price
  • Locking Mechanisms - Spyderco

    2021-12-11u2002·u2002Locking Mechanisms BACK LOCK A locking system positioned on the back of the handle that uses a rocker arm that pivots in the center. A lug on one end of the arm engages a notch in the blade's tang to lock the blade open. BALL BEARING LOCK A patented compressive lock that wedges a ball … Continue reading 'Locking Mechanisms'

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

    2021-12-10u2002·u2002A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot. The result is rapid blade deployment that is smooth and fast. The knife opens with even less effort than a spring assisted knife due to the unique ball bearing system originally invented by the famous knife maker Ken Onion. The knife has a slim, sleek design.

    Get Price
  • questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it's never come close to opening in my pocket. It's certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But …

    Get Price
  • Buy Ball Bearing Knives

    A selection of some of the best ball bearing knives available. These are perfect for all manor of cutting tasks and there is something for everyone with one of the many styles and shapes available. They're perfect for Hunting, Camping, Utility work at home or away and other general uses.

    Get Price
  • Buck 251 Langford Knife with Pocket Clip - Buck® Knives ...

    Overview. Buck Knives' answer to sleek, yet capable everyday carry. The Langford is a slender, elegant knife which utilizes ball bearing technology and a blade flipper for a smooth, seamless opening. Durable G10 handles ensure tough use, and a pocket clip adds carry convenience. Ball bearing knives are designed for smooth and efficient ...

    Get Price
  • Pocket knives: Locking mechanisms on pocket knives

    2017-10-18u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock. This type of lock closely resembles the axis-lock in terms of function. The difference, however, is that the Axis lock uses a horizontal bar, while the ball bearing lock uses ball bearings. The ball bearing falls in between the cut-out of the pivot side of …

    Get Price
  • Pocket Knife Lock Types

    2018-9-4u2002·u2002Ball Bearing Lock (Spyderco) Invented by Sal Glesser and refined by Eric Glesser, the Ball Bearing Lock is a simplified take on the Axis Lock concept. As is obvious by the name, a hardened steel ball bearing engages with a ramp on the tang of the blade, but as opposed to the Axis Lock's dual Omega spring arrangement, a single coiled spring ...

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock - How does it work?

    2002-9-14u2002·u2002The bottom of the top part of frame/stop pin is radiused to hold the ball from sliding out sidceways. The tip part of the tang is also radiused. The ball bearing lock will operate without a liner as the ball does not have ends that need to be housed in a liner. A liner can be used for added strength, but it is not part of the ball bearing lock.

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Lock Secures 2 Pieces Into 1 - BLADE Magazine

    2011-12-17u2002·u2002The hardened ball bearing is unyielding under normal use. In the case of the newer models, a cage of a durable proprietary polymer blend surrounds and centers a smaller ball bearing. The lock action is the same. The Knives. The Ball Bearing Lock debuted in 2002 on Spyderco's World Trade Center (WTC) Knife, a non-profit fundraiser for victims ...

    Get Price
  • Spyderco Ball Bearing Lock Folding Knives For Sale ...

    Spyderco Manix 2 Folding Knife C101PBK2 Plain Edge BD1 Blade Black FRCP Handle. $150.00 $105.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101PCBL2 Plain Edge SPY27 Blade Mineral Blue FRCP Handle. $200.00 $140.00. Compare. Add To Cart. Spyderco Manix 2 Knife C101GPBN2 3.4' Plain Edge M390 Blade Earth Brown G-10.

    Get Price
  • Locking Mechanisms - Spyderco

    2021-12-11u2002·u2002Locking Mechanisms BACK LOCK A locking system positioned on the back of the handle that uses a rocker arm that pivots in the center. A lug on one end of the arm engages a notch in the blade's tang to lock the blade open. BALL BEARING LOCK A patented compressive lock that wedges a ball … Continue reading 'Locking Mechanisms'

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

    2021-12-10u2002·u2002A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot. The result is rapid blade deployment that is smooth and fast. The knife opens with even less effort than a spring assisted knife due to the unique ball bearing system originally invented by the famous knife maker Ken Onion. The knife has a slim, sleek design.

    Get Price
  • questions about ball bearing locks? - Spyderco Forums

    2020-4-10u2002·u2002The only ball bearing lock knife I own is a G10 Manix 2, but it's never come close to opening in my pocket. It's certainly more secure in the closed position than either a compression lock or a liner lock. I agree with others that the back lock has the strongest closing bias. But the …

    Get Price
  • Buy Ball Bearing Knives

    A selection of some of the best ball bearing knives available. These are perfect for all manor of cutting tasks and there is something for everyone with one of the many styles and shapes available. They're perfect for Hunting, Camping, Utility work at home or away and other general uses.

    Get Price
  • Buck 251 Langford Knife with Pocket Clip - Buck® Knives ...

    Overview. Buck Knives' answer to sleek, yet capable everyday carry. The Langford is a slender, elegant knife which utilizes ball bearing technology and a blade flipper for a smooth, seamless opening. Durable G10 handles ensure tough use, and a pocket clip adds carry convenience. Ball bearing knives are designed for smooth and efficient ...

    Get Price
  • Ball Bearing Assisted Flipper Lock Knife - Knifewarehouse

    2021-12-10u2002·u2002A ball bearing pivot system sets lubed ball bearings into the folding knife pivot. The result is rapid blade deployment that is smooth and fast. The knife opens with even less effort than a spring assisted knife due to the unique ball bearing system …

    Get Price
  • What is a detent ball and how do you maintain it ...

    2019-7-10u2002·u2002The detent ball is a small ball bearing made from steel or ceramics. In knives with a framelock or linerlock a detent ball will make sure that when closed the knife won't accidentally open. The ball is pushed into the lockbar, and in the blade you can find a small hole. Because the detent ball falls into the hole when the knife is closed, the ...

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  • Spyderco Manix 2 Knife - Ball Bearing Lock

    The ball bearing lock is pretty much an axis lock of Benchmade but is a bit stiffer. S30V steel sharpens really nice and keeps its edge for a good long while with just some stropping. Knife is kinda heavy for when wearing jogging shorts but perfect when wearing jeans.

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  • Spyderco 101PCBL2 Manix 2 Ball Bearing Lock - Knife ...

    Model - SC101PCBL2. 4.63 inch (11.76cm) closed. 3.38 inch (8.59cm) satin finish blade. Blue bi-directional texture FRN handle. Lanyard hole. Thumb pull. Pocket clip. CPM SPY27 steel blade. Boxed.

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  • Ball Bearing Action Pocket Knives

    Ball Bearing Action Pocket Knives have the smoothest open and close on the market. These knives are high quality and built to last by some of the best in the business. Check them out and grab yours today.

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  • The 18 Best Flipper Knives

    2018-7-22u2002·u2002The blade opens using a built in flipper. That means one pull and the razor sharp blade rotates out of the handle on its KVT ball bearing system. Simple one handed opening and a reversible pocket clip make this blade exchangeable for right or left handed usage. Its sturdy frame lock and steel lockbar secures the blade in an open position during ...

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  • Civivi Mini Elementum Flipper Knife Black - Tactical Asia ...

    Civivi Mini Elementum Flipper Knife is an ideal everyday carry knife. The Praxis is equipped with a Frame Lock mechanism and Caged Ceramic Ball Bearing pivot assembly.

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  • Top 5 Best Flipper Knives for 2020

    2021-12-7u2002·u2002This American made flipper knife has a glass smooth KVT ball bearing system to help smooth it out when opening. This also helps to keep maintenance easy. The ZT 0801 does not have a spring assist, but it isn't needed with the KVT system, it'll loosen up the more you use it. The handle length comes at 4.70' with a blade length of 3.50'.

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  • BEARING TRAINING MANUAL - Nachi America

    2018-8-20u2002·u2002The deep groove ball bearing is the most commonly used bearing in the world today. Nachi's design has a ball which is about 60% of the cross section of the bearing. This design with the larger balls is the high capacity design. These are Conrad radial ball bearings. The balls are loaded in between the inner ring and outer ring.

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  • What Are Ball Bearings Used For? - provenproductivity.com

    2014-8-1u2002·u2002A bearing that is used to support a bar stool is an example of a bearing that is subject only to thrust load. Ball bearings work by transferring the load from the outer race to the ball and on to the inner race. Everything is able to spin smoothly since the spherical shape of the ball only touches the inner and outer race at very small points.

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