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Beerlow by lionSteel Barlow Titanium Bolsters Rams Horn Handles M390 Steel CK0118RM

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$172.00

This is the Beerlow by lionSteel, has Titanium Bolsters,  Rams Horn handles, and Titanium liners.  The blade steel is M390 and finish is Satin.

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Satisfaction Grace: 14 Days

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SKU: LNCK0118RM Categories: , Brand:

Description

This is the Beerlow by lionSteel, has Titanium Bolsters,  Rams Horn handles, and Titanium liners.  The blade steel is M390 and finish is Satin.

*Our opinion:  The pull is a 6.  The Lion Steel effort on this run as compared to their entire catalog is 8.

NOTE: If you have a preference you can put it in the order notes (located near shipping address during checkout).  Just “lighter” or “darker” please.

Maker : lionSteel
Handles : Rams Horn
Factory ID : CK0118RM
Pattern : Barlow
Pet Name : Beerlow
Condition : New/Mint
Blade Steel : M390
Steel Hardness : 59-61HRC
Liners : Titanium
Bolsters : Titanium
Blade Type : Spear/Caplifter
# Blades : 2
# Backsprings : 2
*Pull (1-10) : 6
Spring Pressure : 2.1 lbs
Closed Length : 3 3/4 inches
Longest Blade : 2 15/16 inches
Longest Sharp : 2 5/8 inches
Overall Length : 6 11/16 inches
Weight : 2.86 ounces
Half Stops : Yes
Factory Box : Yes
Blade Finish : Satin
Country : Italy
*Factory Effort : 8

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  1. One person found this helpful
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    5 out of 5 Beautiful knife

    (verified owner)

    Rams horn handles look amazing. They are not quite as smooth as the pictures make them appear, which was a pleasant surprise. It gives the handle a little more grip and keeps it from feeling slippery. The factory edge is easily one of the sharpest I’ve ever encountered.

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  2. duncanesh

    5 out of 5 Fantastic Modern Caplifter

    (verified owner)

    I’ve been carrying this knife for about a week now, and am impressed enough to write a few words about it.

    My prior experience with Lionsteel is with a Dom, which has been in heavy edc rotation for a few years. I work in an office, and while i use my knives daily, the use is light.

    Fit and Finish on the “beerlow” is excellent, right in line with the Dom.

    I was leery about the Ram’s horn scales, bit these are fitted perfectly to the knife, shaped and chamfered on all the right ways, without adding too much bulk to the grip, or leaving the horn too thin.

    The scales are well contoured, and my knife features some natural ridges as an accent around the bottom cover rivet, which i greatly enjoy both for the craft of the thing, and as a familiar grip when retrieving the knife.

    Palm feel with the caplifter out is excellent. I do need to grip a quarter inch lower with knife blade out to have a comfortable grip, but this is reasonable as it leaves the fat of my hand well under the half stop, while still allowing me a four finger grip.

    I do have a narrow hand, so your experience may differ.

    The knife blade was sharp out of the box, and the action strong without being overly stiff.

    I should mention that i do not try to sharpen m390 on my own, and will leave discussions of blade geometry, wear resistance, and other arcane properties of metallurgy to those more familiar with that science.

    I have used the caplifter several times. Depending on the bottle, you may have to dig in close, but it has lifted clean every time so far.

    I have not yet used the pry bar / flathead / wire stripper tools, but suspect they will be sufficient for light use. The pry bar / flathead was a bit thinner than i had expected, but i am happy with it’s form.

    Five stars, would recommend. I am very satisfied with this purchase.

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