I have a Bob Dozier Workhorse folder with titanium handle slabs, an inlaid liner lock, and a satin finished D2 clip point blade for sale. The Workhorse features Bob's innovative Tab Stop, where the same piece of titanium acts as both the liner lock and the stop pin to give create Bob calls an "ultra strong lock". And with a blade thickness of nearly 1/4", this will be one of the toughest and beefiest folders that you will ever see.
The Workhorse also features a blade tang that is shaped in a way so that it can function as a low profile flipper. You'll definitely need a little wrist action to flip it open, but it does present an additional alternative opening method to the standard thumbstud.
I am not the first owner of the Workhorse listed here, but it does not appear to have been carried, used, or resharpened, and its original edge from Bob is very sharp. There are a few light handling marks on the handle slabs. The opening action is very smooth, the lock-up is rock solid, and the blade centering is near perfect.
Condition: Near mint
Blade length: 4 1/4" from tip to handle
Overall length: 9 1/2"
Blade thickness: Just over 7/32" at ricasso
Blade steel: D2
Blade finish: Handrubbed flats, satin grinds
Handle slab material: Titanium, beadblasted
Lock: Titanium liner lock, inlaid and beadblasted
Backspacer: One oversized stand-off
Clip: Tip down, stainless steel, heat colored
I will consider trades (with appropriate cash adjustment) for custom folders and certain custom balis. I am especially interested in the following makers:
I may consider trades for other custom folders or balis not listed above, especially those with Stellite 6K blades. However, I am not interested in serrated blades, production knives, or fixed blades other than those by John Young or Russ Andrews.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Thanks for looking!