Large Luzon

By: Cold Steel
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Leaf Spring Lock

Lynn C. Thompson’s love of Filipino Martial Arts encouraged this collaboration with Mike Wallace on the Luzon (LOO-ZAHN) folder. Inspired by several balisongs in Lynn’s collection, but functioning as a flipper, the Luzons are a politically correct alternative for those who are unable to legally own balisongs. The Luzon’s blades are comprised of 8Cr13MoV Stainless, and expertly hardened to 57-58 Rockwell and feature sharp, strong, points with just enough belly to make them equally useful for cutting and slashing. You’ll be dreaming of the Philippines once you experience the Luzon’s bamboo-inspired handles, featuring concave segments that offer countless comfortable grip options. Made of glass-filled nylon (GFN), the Luzon’s handles are impervious to the elements, and are unlike any handle we’ve ever made before. Handsome and budget friendly, and a breeze to flip open, the Luzons are a formidable choice for those going in harm’s way. Offering incomparable levels of safety, they’re equipped with a sturdy leaf-spring lock and a (patent-pending) secondary safety mechanism that, when it’s engaged is extremely resistant to shock and impact. Your fingers will be safe even under the worst conditions. Available in two sizes, both feature a lanyard hole.


Reliks Product ID 6871
Manufacturer SKU 20NQX
Blade Length 6"
Blade Material 8Cr13MoV
Blade Thickness 3.5 mm
Full Length 13 1/2"
Handle Length 7 1/2"
Handle Material GFN
Weight 9.3 oz

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T - Verified Buyer

"Scary large, interesting as a collectable but a bit too much as a city friendly EDC, even where technically legal to carry harder to explain/justify to a police officer ! Now, camping in the bush where it wont freak out the locals it can be a useful EDC in the right context. For active military people in dangerous places it would be a good choice, but should still not be used as a pry-bar ! All these factors aside it's an impressive robust folder that came hair popping sharp with the TRI-Ad lock that makes it capable of near abusive use as a survival camp tool if one doesn't have a more suitable fixed blade knife. The added security of the side lock makes it near impossible for it to close on one's hand by accident if used in ways most lock backs shouldn't be used. Oh, in handling the balance feels weird if one is choking up on the knife with the hand close to the guard, but if one holds it a couple of inches neared the middle of the grip one gets the reach of an 8"to 9" blade with the actual 6" blade, with the hand in this position the balance feels good in the hand."

C - Verified Buyer

"My partner loves it!"