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Re: Glock Knives

Postby faden » Sat Apr 02, 2011 11:01 pm

Slymin wrote:Sorry double post/bump, I heard knives need to be lubed to prevent rust. Could I just use Breakfree oil on these like I would my rifle??


Depends if the blade has no coating on it and it is bare steel you will need to use some preventative measure against rust. I recommend Tuf Glide but I think several people on spyderco forums use CLP on their firearms and knives.

If you get a knife that has TiNi coating, black oxide, bead blasted or the like then you should have no problems with rust on the blade.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Ender » Sun Apr 03, 2011 4:40 am

until the coating wears off from use, then revert to standard operating procedures
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby faden » Sun Apr 03, 2011 9:43 am

Ender wrote:until the coating wears off from use, then revert to standard operating procedures


Depends on the coating. The black oxide coating on the tip of my Benchmade 556 has mostly be cut/sharpened off however there is still a grayish coating left there protecting the blade. If the blade is bead blasted I find it hard to wear that out. Unless you purchase a knife where the manufacturer just painted the blade a color rather than treat the blade, you should never have a problem.

All my spydercos I apply Tuf Glide to clean and preserve the blade. All fixed or folder blades I use for food I use a thin layer of olive oil. Regardless most good knives out there are made with carbon steel, wipe them down and dry them and you shouldn't have a problem with rust.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Slymin » Sun Apr 03, 2011 11:46 am

Okay cool, so when I do get a Glock knife I think I will use some CLP on it. Thanks fellas!
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Ender » Sun Apr 03, 2011 4:38 pm

just a heads up, mineral oil works as well
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Newport » Tue May 31, 2011 7:41 pm

I have four of them and I am not disappointed, Sharp out of the package.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby floridafighter » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:37 am

Do they make one in OD? My younger brother owns one and i like it.
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Re: Glock Knives

Postby Jonas » Mon Jun 13, 2011 10:16 am

Yes, they make them in Black, OD, and Tan.
I've got one and I really like it, the saw on the back works a lot better than I originally thought it would :P
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