Wednesday, June 29, 2011

New Navy K631 with full flat ground blade

The previous and the new FFG full serrated version:

- massive folder with excellent fit and finish
- full flat ground blade for superior slicing capabilities
- grippy G-10 handle
Spyderco opening hole
- smooth opening and closing
- finger choil 

- the edge retention could be better

You can buy different versions at
                                             ***HERE*** K631S (full serrated)
                                             ***HERE*** K631PS (part serrated)

You can buy it at Exduct too:  ***HERE*** (plain edge)
                                                    ***HERE*** (serrated edge)
Use the following coupon codes HERE to get a discount.


Blade length: 3.75" (95 mm)
Blade steel: 440C Stainless Steel (56-58HRC)
Open length: 8.5" (215 mm)
Closed length: 4.75" (120 mm)
Weight: 4.5 oz  (127 g)
Handle: G-10
Lock: lock back
Carry: right or left hand tip up only
Opening hole diameter: 0.5512" (14 mm)

More pics:


  1. Hi! Im Elian from Rosario Argengina.
    Excelent Blog, i really enjoy it. Because of you i bought 4 knifes of the Sanremnu factory :)

    Navy K631
    Navy K615
    Navy K502
    Ganzo G704

    All excelent for the money.

    Go ahead with your work, its excelent, very nice pictures as well


  2. Hi Elian,

    Welcome to my blog and thank you for your encouragement!
    You made a good choice! I have an orange K615 too.
    Check out the Ganzo 710, that's also an excellent folder.

    Regarding Argentina I'm a fan of the cool dogo argentinos! :)

    1. Cool man! My brother has a Dogo Argentino. What a massive dog :)

      Feel free to look my EDC at

      That Ganzo 710 is on my sight as well as the Enlan EL01B but i was wondering about the finish quality and specially its duration.

      Great reviews! Continue like this (y)

  3. By any chance could you share a pic of the dogo?

    Wow! You have some serious weaponry there! :)
    The G704 with the apple and the modded SAK looks really cool!

    1. Right now i don't have any pictures of "Chispy" dog.

      Speaking of pictures. The one you took are amazing, i have to congratulate you because the aesthetics of your blog is great.

      Any chance you review some of the sharpeners that Exduct sales ?

      Always is nice to see how people have razor sharp their blades

  4. Thanks! I work towards improving the quality of my pics.

    I've been using a Spyderco Sharpmaker with the additional ultra fine rods for years. I doubt you can find a better sharpening system for the money.

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