Frodo Sheepsfoot | N.L. Knives

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Knife Frodo Sheepsfoot is a great custom gentlemen's front flipper created by N.L. Knives.

"N.L. knives" is a new ambitious custom knives workshop in Russia founded by two knife makers - Anton Nikolayev and Yuriy Lukianov.

All N.L. Knives are handcrafted from premium materials and hand-carved by very skilled artists.

Frodo Sheepsfoot knife is a perfect size front flipper with beautiful Timascus and Snake Skin Fat Carbon (carbon fiber) scales. This knife has absolutely beautiful sheepsfoot shaped blade made of the mirror-polished Bohler M390 Microclean steel. 

The pivot point is a super smooth system running on Ceramic 2RBS (two raws bearing system)


 Total Length (opened):  8" (202 mm)
Total length (closed): 4 5/8" (117 mm)
Blade length: 3 3/8" (91 mm)
Blade thickness: 3 mm
Blade width: 1" (25 mm)
Blade Material: Bohler M390 Microclean
Hardness: 63 HRc
Handle material: Carbon Fiber by Fat Carbon, Timascus
Pivot point system: Ceramic 2RBS
Pivot point hardware: N690, 58Rc, hand made with branded slot
Pocket clip: Titanium
Weight: 5.1 Oz (145 g.)

Type: custom

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Howie Fierman
Frodo Sheepsfoot

This knife caught my attention from some research I was doing. And I’ve never held a NL knife in my hands before. When I received the knife. I was very impressed. The front flipper action is one of the best by far that I have used. The closing action is smooth and flawless. I have had 100 knives with M390 steel but I’ve never had a mirror polished blade as perfectly polished as this one. Their knives are on the expensive side but you truly get what you pay for from NL. The fit and finish, the quality of all the parts is instantly revealed as soon as you open the pouch for the first time. Some knives are just sexy and this knife is a total knock out. The only thing I can say is really a good thing not a bad thing is that the blade is so so polished and shinny I’m probably not going to use it on much more than paper and cardboard.

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