Spear point kit

smoko design

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A knife you can assemble yourself. The kit contains all the parts to make a Smoko Design pocket knife and a PDF will be emailed to you after the order has been received. Both screws and rivets are in the kit, so you can choose the type of fittings you want to use.

This kit contains all the parts required to build a slip joint pocket knife and it can be fastened with pins or screws.

  • A blade in 14c28n stainless steel
  • A spring in Z20 stainless
  • Two liners in 404 stainless
  • 1 setter/pivot
  • 2 pins
  • 3 bolts
  • 4 screws. Only three are required but they tend to disappear easily.
  • 2 brown micarta scales
  • 2 hex keys

Please be aware that basic tools are required to successfully make this knife.

  • A drill or a drill press.
  • A 3mm drill bit.
  • A wooden board at least 10 cm long and a few cm wide, with a hole in it. This is a jig used to put the rivets and pivots in. See page 10.
  • A Hammer, preferably a ball peen hammer or at least slightly rounded.
  • A belt grinder, a linisher, or, if you do not have one, an angle grinder or even files.
  • If you use the screws, you will also need a brad point wood drill bit in 4 or 4.5 mm.
  • A small round needle file.
  • A fine permanent marker or a scribe.
  • Safety goggles and a dust mask.
  • Masking tape.
  • Superglue.
  • A buffer. If you do not have one, use sand paper up to 600 grit and some fine steel wool.
  • Plyers.
  • For rivets, you will need a hard and flat surface. In a perfect world, you would use an anvil but if you do not have one, a hammer locked in a vice will do the trick. You will also need a counter sinking bit or drill bit between 8 and 10 mm.
  • A metal cutting saw, an angle grinder with a thin cutting off wheel, or even a Dremel with a cutting off wheel to cut the rivets. You cannot cut them by hand.
  • Oil: it can be any mineral oil used to lubricate moving metal parts.
  • Verniers.


All the parts are pre adjusted and have a scotch bright finish but, of course, you can bring them to a higher level of finish if you feel like it.

If you do not have the tools to shape a handle, you can always use a thinner material, like a 1 or 2 mm thick G10, carbon fibre, brass, copper etc.

You can even make the knife without scales, and only use the liners. You will have to sand and polish them to your liking and they can also be engraved, acid etched or even cerakoted.