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Osprey Pivot Pin Question

Discussion in 'Delta-Z Knives' started by eric, Feb 5, 2003.

  1. eric

    eric

    132
    Dec 29, 2002
    I noticed the Osprey has a unique pivot pin with five holes milled into the face of it. It would appear that a special tool is required to adjust blade tension or disassemble it. Is this tool something that Delta Z sells, or might you have information where I could get one?
     
  2. BarnZ

    BarnZ

    356
    Aug 2, 1999
    A small tool is supplied with the high-end Ospreys, however for the others we recommend just using the tip of a pair of needle nose pliers to rotate the pivot screw. This is quite easy and you probably have the tool already in your tool box.
     

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