My Friction Folders

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About my friction folders

Below are some examples of friction folders I have made. Generally I make these on my own free will and sell them accordingly and do not catalog specific models. However if you see something here you like I can make you a similar knife as I do file all my patterns and keep them on hand so I can make several of a particular knife. I can make primitive or modern friction folders. If you have a design or if you would like me to custom design a friction folder to fit your needs I am always willing to do so, jsut shoot me an email and we can talk things over. muskratmanknives@gmail.com

 All my friction folder blades ride on either teflon or phosphorus bronze washers for a silky smooth action that will be a pleasure to open.

Wharnecliffe

This little wharnecliffe features an 01 blade seated in a set of natural colored Giraffe bone scales. Stop pin construction.

Clip point friction folder

This clip point friction folder features complete burgundy linen micarta frame with backspacer stop construction and an O1 blade.

Nessmuk friction folder

This little folder has some nessmuk influence. It features a 1095 blade with backspacer stop construction, cow bone scales and dovetailed nickel silver bolsters on brass liners

Primitive friction folder

This was made to look like a pre 1840 friction folder that might be found in one's possibles bag. handles of deer jawbone with steel washers and standoff pins with brass pins and primitive finished blade.