This Blade HQ Exclusive Gent from Ferrum Forge Knife Works has natural jade G-10 scales and a black-finished D2 blade!
Ferrum Forge revives the Gent with its newest iteration, the Gent 2.0! This flipper knife is lightweight and unobtrusive, making it perfect for your suit jacket or jeans pocket! This new model retains the tight finish and everyday functionality of the original Gent, but boasts new materials for a more budget-friendly knife. Add this gentleman's folder to your EDC retinue!
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Overall it's a well constructed little knife and I really like the Jade/blacked out look. It came razor sharp out of the box and the action is nice. I very much appreciate the new single screw deep carry pocket clip as it looks more sleek than the clip on the first iteration. Finally, I like that it's D2 as opposed to Nitro-V because it has noticably better edge retention (I've never been a fan of Nitro-V). However the blade is noticably off-centered to the left, but there's no blade play which means tolerances could be tighter. The G10 also has the tiniest amount of rattle against the liners, so again needs tighter tolerances or better QC. The steel liners could also benefit from some skeletonization, not that it's heavy as-is. With all that being said, I still really enjoy the knife and if the style speaks to you and you're willing to overlook a few QC issues then I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I do! P.S. if Ferrum Forge makes a Gent 3.0 I would really appreciate the steel liners being nested inside the G10.