NativePrideNinja: is it a switchblad before hand?? because the button?
AdamXXXPl0x: I think the assembly of this switchblade kit is a bit complicated.
JakeDubz262: @PudgeyLove being english you should probably keep your crap simple... like
a fixed blade...
Exiled Exports LLC: No it is a standard button lock knife.
Exiled Exports LLC: Sounds like there is friction in the button, try spraying it with WD40 or
some kind of lubricant, and make sure the plunger is set in the boot
correctly if you loosen to much it will allow the plunger to come of center.
aad666999: will this work on a smith and wesson special tactical knife?
Exiled Exports LLC: Sure they are listed at AssistedKnife
Exiled Exports LLC: I sell them online, they are listed in the parts section.
Exiled Exports LLC: @Lvduggo69 Yes, they are in the Mikov Kit section, I need to move them to
the parts section for sure.
Exiled Exports LLC: No this is simple, the Boker is the easiest because nothing needs to be
done other than putting in the spring. Other models the channel and then
spring set and blade need to be drilled.
Shadowslamer: What knife model smith and wesson knife is that? How much is the kit?
Exiled Exports LLC: @Shadowslamer SW50 series and the knife is listed for sale at AssistedKnife
bigboy40cal: so where could i get the right spring?
bigboy40cal: would this work on the hrt sw70 model?
Exiled Exports LLC: Legally you can own flick knives in the UK, you can not carry them at all
or sell them once made. So kits are fine to ship because this breaks no
import laws and there is no laws about parts or converting something
yourself. Email me direct on the website.
Exiled Exports LLC: Lack of power could be due to the torsion of the spring, ie which model and
size you are using. Then lack of lubrication on the knife is the biggest
Exiled Exports LLC: Aye, email me.
carlb86: This is a schrade withe a 1/2" regular spring. I loosened the knife screw a
little and it helped, but the blade bounces back before it locks. I have to
press the button and release it extremely quickly for it to lock.
Exiled Exports LLC: Go to AssistedKnife
jimbrown257: Thanks for the great video. I've got a couple manuels that I want to put
coils in. I also have a few manuels that don't have buttons but I've seen
other conversions that added their own buttons. Not the coplicate kind,
like the firing system on a leaf springer but just the kind that the knife
in this video has. Btw, I LOVE your site. I often go there just to look at
the pictures. That site almost doubles as a history of automatic knives.
When I strike it rich, you'll be hearing from me :)
carlb86: After doing mine the blade flips out, but seems like it lacks power to
attain lock. Almost like the button is creating too much drag. Is it normal
to press the button after lock, and the blade fold it's self a bit due to
Exiled Exports LLC: Knives that are not automatic are legal to import into Australia.
Exiled Exports LLC: Anything with a BUTTON LOCK style.
Exiled Exports LLC: You use a 1/2 model and bend the eyelet at the correct clock, pretty easy.
piker2007: Can I buy a full kit off you guys?
NativePrideNinja: illeagle where i am so this looks like the crap for me.. im doing it
Lvduggo69: Do u sell leaf springs for the mikov ?
Exiled Exports LLC: Works on any Push Button lock models.
Exiled Exports LLC: Yes, the clock on the spring is different that is all.
Exiled Exports LLC: Most stilettos are leaf springs not coil springs.
bigboy40cal: Thanks alot man, I really appreciate the info.
hanzoswords.com: too much work just buy one already made.
LostXSaints: I ordered a steileto knife from italy. But they removed the spring for
legal purposes. But now its useless to my collection. Where do i get a
spring, and how do i replace it
roflrilla321: Could you please make a vid if you could be so kind on how to turn a
regular manual action knife or spring assisted knife into a nice auto
please? Unfortunately I live In UK and I don't know if I could get hold of
one of your kits, so if theres a way of doing either or both then that
would be great cheers :) love what you do btw
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