Need a Zancudo screw

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  1. Black Train

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    On my way out of Pigeon Forge this morning, I stopped at SMKW. While there, I purchased a Zancudo. It is a nice little knife. The one I got is missing a body screw. The black screw on the scale side and the back spacer are present. The screw that goes through the lock bar side is missing. The other 2 are present and accounted for.

    Does anyone know where I might get a replacement screw. I thought I would try here first.
     
  2. AdamF

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    USAknifemaker.com has a whole lot of stuff like that.
     
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    That may work, if I knew the specifications of the screw.
     
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    Strigidae Moderator Staff Member

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    I think youll have to get a donor screw from a member. Not sure they sell parts if i remember correctly. Maybe a fsot post? Someone surely has a blade thats outlived its usefullness around here. Users and abusers we are.
     
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    Is it the same as a screw from the clip? I never use my clips.
     
  6. Jeff Randall

    Jeff Randall ESEE Knives / Randall's Adventure & Training Staff Member

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    Email me a mailing address and I will ship one out to you that I robbed off an old Zancudo. Email: jeff@jungletraining.com

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    Thanks, Jeff. I sent you an e-mail.
     
  8. Black Train

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    Thanks for the offer. The clip screws are a little bit larger. I moved the clip to allow tip up carry and tried the screw before I moved the clip.
     
  9. Mike Perrin

    Mike Perrin Administrator Staff Member

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    Most of the time you might ask Blue Ridge knives since they carry the warranty on these. We would just have to find one and rob parts like Jeff did for you.
    Great little folders for the money.))
     
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    I have carried it all day. That little knife has cut small limbs along the tree line at the edge of my yard and cleaned a battery post on the tractor. I own $300 knives that will not do those chores any better.
     

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