The popular Ferrum Forge Stinger just got a major upgrade! TITANIUM!
Ferrum Forge took the slim dimensions and pocket friendliness of the liner lock Stingers and transformed them into a stronger, more durable titanium framelock.
The Stinger has now come full circle, from its initial titanium framelock design. The Stinger model began its life in 2015 as a small run of handbuilt titanium framelocks and now, in 2022, it's back!
This new slimmed down Stinger Titanium Framelock was designed to be a true everyday carry. It's thin, light weight, and slicey, as well as has discreet pocket presence, multiple deployment options, and quality steel. It features the same unibody handle
Whether you’re at the office, out on a trail, on a date, going to church, or on a road trip, you can discreetly carry one of mankind’s oldest and most useful tools in almost any environment.
Titanium Stingers feature Nitro V blade steel and are available with stonewashed finish, Marble Carbon Fiber inlay, or UniCopper Carbon Fiber inlay.
- UniCopper Carbon fiber inlays will vary. UniCopper CF is a combination of thin pieces of copper mixed with carbon chips to create a unique type of carbon fiber. The amount of visible copper and carbon will vary from the photo.
- Due to the irregular layering and the manufacturing process, there may be some small voids in the Marble Carbon Fiber. Marble Carbon Fiber is made by layering random chips of carbon and resin, then curing.
If you're a fan of the Stinger, you should pick up a Knafs Stinger Mouse Pad/ Maintenance Mat.
|Titanium Stonewashed |
Titanium Marbled Carbon Fibre |
Neeves Knives gets up close and personal with the Titanium Framelock Stinger
I love the blade shape on this knife as it let's you choke up for better knife control. The only thing i can fault on this knife is it's a little hard to deploy the blade but I'm sure in time it will get better like most knives. Adventure Carry do an awesome job in there packaging going that extra step for their valued customers, i highly recommend them ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.
Great design, very slicey and comfortable in hand. Lightweight, so it carries easy. If you are considering this knife, then pull the trigger. You won't regret it.
Thanks so much for leaving a review of your Ti Stinger. It does tick the boxes in many ways as you mentioned. Thanks for your support.
This is a tidy package, nice slim blade that just wants to slice and a slim overall carry perfect for boardshorts to slacks. Almost exactly the same as it's G10/linerlock sibling but with a definitely more solid feel in the hand. Ergos are as you'd expect from Ferrum Forge and the fit and finish is WE Knives all over. This is going to see a lot of pocket time!
Thanks so much for your awesome review of the Ti Stinger. A lightweight knife that doesn't weigh down the boardies are definitely a great thing in our books! Glad you're enjoying yours.
I’m a big fan of the aesthetics of this knife and have the previous liner lock version. But the one I have now added (full titanium) is just gorgeous.
If you’re a fan of the silhouette of this knife, in my view the full ti version is the one to get.
The show side has no body screws, only the elegant recessed pivot. The stonewashed finish on the scales is perfect, as is the way the show and lock side are joined; the backspacer is formed by two sections on the scales meeting in perfect alignment - the milling matches exactly.
Aside from the pivot screw, there are only three screws visible on the lock side, including the recessed pocket clip screw (the clip is also recessed).
Flipping action is flawless and the blade is very sharp out of the box. Definitely a slicer.
To me, this is a beautiful minimalist design. I know that others will disagree (and that’s why it’s good that different versions exist), but I think the inlays make the knife a little too busy; however, that’s just me.
I’m glad I could get the one I have; I hope you enjoy the one you choose as much as I enjoy mine.
Thanks again Mitch and Adventure Carry for the excellent service.
Thank you for much for your wonderful review of the Ti Stinger and for highlighting all the great details of this brilliant knife by Ferrum Forge. I do agree, the Stonewash Ti version really ticks the boxes for those who enjoy minimalist designs. A thing of beauty for sure.