Dwaine Carrillo Cobra M6 Prototype, Button-Lock, African Padauk (SOLD)
Dwaine Carrillo did a special limited number run of these COBRA folders, with the presentation side having an African Padauk red wood bolster, and a Desert Tan G10 scale. There were only six (6) of these knives done in this configuration. This one, however, is #0, the PROTOTYPE, as marked on the backspacer. This knife is in Brand New condition, just as it was received directly from Dwaine. I have held this one in inventory since receiving it, and only recently decided to let it go. The knife features his UBOLT button-lock mechanism. Dwaine had discontinued his frame-lock folders in favor of this new button-lock design. Dwaine felt that this new lock will hold up better, and eliminate the "lock stick" that sometimes occurs with frame-locks, and tends to get worse over time as the lock wears. The button-lock is a very secure lock, and we think it adds a "cool" factor to his folders. This knife is a rare, collectible piece, marked with the number "0" on the backspacer. The blade is CPM 154 steel, and the pocket clip is blue and gold anodized. The 2-piece backspacer, thumbstud standoffs and pocket clip standoffs, are all anodized a bluish-green color. This knife also features an over-sized pivot, satin finished titanium frame, and notched thumb-rest. It has rock solid lockup, and excellent blade-seating. This is a heavy duty, overbuilt folder, true to Dwaine's style. As with all the knives that came direct from Dwaine's shop, it includes a Pelican hard case.
Condition: Brand New from Maker
- Overall length: 10"
- Blade length: 4 1/4"
- Closed length: 6"