Introducing the first in a long series of a la carte blade options for QTRMSTR’s proprietary BladExchange® system. Using wEDM and CNC grinding technologies; QTRMSTR creates each individual blade in-house to our exacting standards—assuring a perfect fit within the existing handles of your current QBS-1 or QBS-2 “Marty McFly” of any colorway. “Wharnie” can be instantly swapped-out with the simple push of each of the pivot buttons on the QBS-1 or QBS-2 handle. This innovation has never been seen before in knives and we’re very proud to be the first to offer it.
Blade length: 4.00″ – Blade Thickness: 0.185″ – Blade Material: D2 – Blade Hardness: 60-61 – Blade Style: Wharncliffe – Weight: 2.25 ounces
Mr. Roper “Eviction” is our final attempt at perfection with the Roper pattern. We’ve implemented all we’ve learned while developing this design since 2012 and confidently assert that the Roper “Eviction” has everything that high-end knife buyers are looking for today.
We’ve upgraded everything: the blade is a thicker stock of S35vn alloy. It’s now a full Ti Framelock! Were using our new ceramicORB® pivot system, we’ve deleted the small frame screws, the clip is titanium and ambidextrous, and last; borrowed from our recent collaboration with Sig Sauer, we added the flipper tab on the 3.55″ blade. The new Eviction Edition Mr. Roper has everything but a pocket to clip into.
Introducing QSE-15 “Arthur Fonzarelli” our first premiere of 2018. This knife was heavily inspired by a tactical folder seen in the first season of our Q-Collection. We made several design changes: we upgraded the blade steel to S35vn. We’re now allowing the blade to swing open 4 degrees farther when locking. We deleted the interior machining and instead opted for a thick slab of carbon fiber for the front scale. The pocket clip is machined titanium and is ambidextrous. The blade’s flipper tab doubles as a finger choil. This new knife exemplifies the “less is more” philosophy which many modern designers in the evolving knife industry are chasing.
Introducing the ALF-6 “Yoda.” The first folding knife of the ALF series.
A paradox in itself, it’s the “most-minimal” knife in our lineup. Weighing in at a scant 3 ounces, it’s barely felt within the pocket. “Yoda” has a frame & lock composed entirely of a single billet of titanium alloy. With a quick flick of the thumb at the apex of the grindline, “Yoda’s” 2.50″ blade launches into action. The aggressive jimping on the blade spine continues onto the frame for secure grip during use. The carry clip on ALF-6 makes sense, it provides further “gripability” and rises high enough above the frame to easily fit into all types of gear: (denim pockets, nylon vests, khakis, molle, etc).