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    Disassembly

    Is there a way to determine which models disasseble (apparently those with a screw opposed to a pin)?

    Manix83? Endura? Yojimbo? para?

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    It looks like the Para can be completely disassembled, except for the lanyard tube. Even with the lanyard tube in place, the two scales should swing independently of one another, allowing full access to all areas of the knife.

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    I think basically any screwed together Spydie can be fully disassembled, save for the Millie since the Lanyard tubepin also functions a rivet of sorts.

    The Dodo disassembles well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Blonde
    I think basically any screwed together Spydie can be fully disassembled, save for the Millie since the Lanyard tubepin also functions a rivet of sorts.

    The Dodo disassembles well...

    Wouter
    IIRC, I disassembled my Millie (CF) completely (and I assambled it back afterwards)
    In fact, I dismantled any knife I had (even some riveted ones)
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    Gunting and Lil' Temp can be disassembled as well, but make sure the stop pin is perfect when put back together, or the lockup will be a little off.

    Actually, just don't disassemble compression locks, they're fine as is
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    Why do I get the feeling that we were the kids that took stuff apart to see how it worked when we were growing up? None of my toys were safe then, and only some are safe now

    I just finally got MY clock working for doing my circuits(1hz or 10hz) and picked up a cheap digital travel clock to see if I can't thief the clock circuit out of it. Made another 2 circuits up this week on my protoboards and have to solder them, and have 2 more projects in my bins to make(light sensing robot, built on a computer mouse... and a binary 24hr clock).

    I've stripped my lil temp down to give it a solid cleaning a couple times, still as tight as day one. If it has screws, it's coming apart
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    Quote Originally Posted by vampyrewolf
    Why do I get the feeling that we were the kids that took stuff apart to see how it worked when we were growing up? None of my toys were safe then, and only some are safe now
    He, he, a man of my own heart I guess it's a boys thing. When I was a kid I was taking apart the cases of the toys to see their insights. When I was older, I started to do the same with girls
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    I thought they all come apart??
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    Quote Originally Posted by STR
    I thought they all come apart??
    Only in your hands
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    Quote Originally Posted by dialex
    IIRC, I disassembled my Millie (CF) completely (and I assambled it back afterwards)
    In fact, I dismantled any knife I had (even some riveted ones)
    And you DO remember you voided the warranty?
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