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During the first part of the 18th century, the blade heel and backspring of the navaja were cleverly altered to provide a locking device for the blade. Pulling open the blade from the handle, the lock allowed the blade to rotate into the fully open position, where it locked into position. The locking mechanism itself consisted of pinion teeth (piñones or dientes) cut into the blade heel (talón de la hoja) that are engaged by a lug attached to either the backspring or a separate spring-loaded metal latch as the knife is opened. The last pinion tooth serves to keep the blade locked in its fully opened position. The ratcheting-tooth lock-blade navaja was commonly referred to as a navaja de muelles or navaja de siete muelles. The metal-to-metal contact produces a distinctive clicking sound when the blade is opened, and the navaja de muelles was popularly termed the carraca in consequence.
NAVAJA BANDOLERA XXL  
NAVAJA BANDOLERA XXL
Folding Knife Created in Century XVI, XVII in Andalucia area.
Knife of the South Gipsies.
Handcrafted in Albacete - Spain.
Overall length : 33 cm.
Handle : 18,5 cm. Stamina.
Blade : 14,5 cm. 440 Stainless Steel. Mirror Polished.
Opening "Carraca" : One hears the spring safety to make "Click, click, click, click, ....." when the blade is opened.
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49,50 EUR
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