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I was going through some boxes earlier and came across an old auto knife my dad bought me years ago. Smith & Wesson ExtremeOps. Problem is I went to open the blade one time after I'd had it a month or so and noticed the lock was broken. I seem to remember calling smith who didn't deal with it.

Like to see if I can fix the dang thing, or maybe if there's somebody who won't charge an arm and a leg to fix what's probably a pretty cheap knife these days.
Any ideas?
 

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If the knife is assembled with fasteners, you might carefully take it apart. The odds go up if it's a coil spring drive.

Win, lose or draw, the best advice is to contact Josh at Pioneer Valley Knife and Tool. Yeah, Josh can be a bit abrasive, but then, so can I. He does a lot of tutorials on knives, and has smashed a bunch in the name of science.

If he doesn't have the needed spring in inventory, he might just have it on his workbench.

(BTW, I checked, and the only springs I have in stock are for a Mikov. Sorry.)
 
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