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Old 12-07-2010, 13:35   #1
drizzle
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CQC-7A lefthanded opening

I recently bought an older CQC-7A online and like it very much, but would like to be able to open it a little easier with my left hand (I am a southpaw). It doesn't have the same relief cut the right thumb gets to open, and I was wondering what people thinkg the best way to make a slight modification to the grips would be?

I tried sandpaper to the grip piece after taking it apart, but it wasn't powerful enough. I know I can't relieve it very deeply because the liner lock is right under that spot, but just sanding or grinding away a little of the grip would help my thumb find purchase to flick the blade open.

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