DogBite Knives DB3.1 Balisong Butterfly Knife Gray Ti (4" Stonewash)

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  • Overall Length:9.125"
  • Blade Length:4.00"
  • Cutting Edge:3.75"
  • Blade Thickness:0.13"
  • Blade Material:440C
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Finish:Satin, Stonewash
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.125"
  • Handle Thickness:0.45"
  • Handle Material:Titanium
  • Color:Gray
  • Weight:4.98 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Knife Type:Butterfly
  • Brand:DogBite Knives
  • Model:DB3.1
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Recreation
  • Product Type:Knife


This Blade HQ exclusive DB3.1 Balisong has a stonewashed 440C stainless steel blade and gray finished titanium handles.

The DogBite Knives DB3.1 represents one of the best values on the balisong market today! This full-size performance flipper offers a refined build with lightweight skeletonized titanium handles and a larger pivot assembly for an ultra-smooth experience. The DB3.1 has been hand assembled and tuned to perfection to provide exceptional butterfly flipping action.

  • Stonewashed 440C stainless steel, swedged drop point blade with double tang pins.
  • Milled 0.155" thick, gray finished 6Al4V titanium handles for a robust build and optimal weight.
  • Phosphor bronze washers and stainless bushings provide smooth, dependable action.

Customer Reviews

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2nd "Good flipper With a bad latch"
andrew j.
Compared to my other 11 balis, all benchmade, HOM, BRS, or combative edge. Itís a good knife as soon as you remove the latch. Its my only knife with a 440c blade. Edge retention drawbacks are noticeable compared to d2 or s30 in my others. I'm used to more premium blades, but tolerances are great. Love the crown on the handles and the slots are prefect. No regrets

I also had a major latch issue. Good tension closed, way too tight to latch open, 3-4x more difficult to latch open than closed. Regardless, I was ditching the latch and replacing with a paracord (two strand diamond knot) anyway.

Yes, the hardware does spin, but thatís not a problem. Iím sure thereís a how to in detail, somewhere. Just know, you usually have to remove the (bite / latched) handle, then twist the handles like theyíre hands on a clock to put enough pressure so that the hardware wont rotateÖ
Five stars
Anthony l.
Ignore the four star review about the latch being too tight. Not the case at all. Perfectly tuned Balisong straight out of the box. No regrets buying it
Response to Peter F
Nathan D.
I have owned a dogbite1 and can probably guess your latch problem. Try latching it before trying to unscrew it. It puts pressure on the pivot so they don't spin.
Good flipper With a bad latch
Peter F.
So it just came in a few hours and started flipping it and it is a Good flipper. It's a little stiff but its breaking in for me and definitely flips better now than when i got it. But a problem is that the latch is very stiff and tight, takes a lot of pressure to close or open, and gets stuck due to the design. But overall I still like the knife and it will still be in my rotation.

Edit:Another thing you might want to know, the screws are done in a way that it will spin without actually uncrewing. So I tried taking the latch off, but you cannot. There is only one side with a Torx screw and the other side just being a female nut and not anchored. So it spins a lot and doesn't actually come out which sucks because you cant disassemble like i do on my Brs Rep .