Large LLC (formerly known as the Spyderco Gunting)

Large LLC (formerly known as the Spyderco Gunting)

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    Large LLC (formerly known as the Spyderco Gunting)

    The pictures below show the following (top to bottom)

    1) Magnum size, right side pocket clip
    2) Normal size, right side pocket clip
    3) Normal size, left side pocket clip and left side lock
    4) Normal size, right side pocket clip

    The number 2,3 and 4 are there to show contrast to the magnum which I just received yesterday.

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    what the heck!??! why are the blades shaped like that


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghettokracker71 View Post
    what the heck!??! why are the blades shaped like that
    The ramp which protrudes off the top of the blade allows a Kinetic-Opening along with other usages.
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    what are the specs (blade length, lock type, etc.) and who sells these?

    I remember the Gunting that Spyderco produced but I haven't paid much attention to the newer designs. I actually kinda like the looks of that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenpoTex View Post
    what are the specs (blade length, lock type, etc.) and who sells these?

    I remember the Gunting that Spyderco produced but I haven't paid much attention to the newer designs. I actually kinda like the looks of that one.
    The company is out of Germany, Cherusker Messer (Cherusker-MesserĀ® - Start). The blade length on the three is 2 15/16 while the larger one has a blade length of four inches. The lock is called a puzzle lock, works the same as a liner lock but do not know the details other then it has differences to the liner lock.

    The Knife Outlet is selling the black (smaller) model for $69 but do not keep them in stock, at least when I called them last week. I get mine direct from either Bram or Cherusker Messer. Matter of fact I just ordered another Magnum today, one that was not publicly listed which I will post in about two weeks since it takes that long from Germany, snail mail yea know.

    The LLC has been out for less than one year, Bram Frank had to work out getting the patents from Spyderco which is why there was a gap between when Spyderco discontinued and the new company picked it up along with the new design. Speaking of design, there will be several other models appearing this year, from my understanding two smaller models (same blade length on one, smaller handle), a rescue model and at least one fix blade model which I saw the prototype for the fixed blade in Spokane Washington in November of last year.
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    thanks
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    Black Magnum
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