Daggerr Parrot SAK Tinker for scale. Sting in the middle. Parrot is large; from fipper to glass breaker its 6". Same G10 for scales and same funky skull clip. I believe the blade rides on bearings so it flips fairly well. About 4.25" of cutting edge. It's a liner lock with a twist: the button depresses the liner to close. Looking at it, it's deceptively simple. Wonder why no one thought if it before; or maybe someone did and I just don't know about it. Which may be the case since I don't shop folders too much. Early lock up, like the Sting, a hefty swing and wrist action will deploy the blade but not a safety concern. The Parrot in fact will swing out easier considering all that steel thats moving. The clip is held in place by the glass breaker and a screw on the side; simple but effective. Could look cheap but done nicely. I got this for I wanted a honkin' folder and that's what I got: a honkin large folder! Not exactly light; it's a shorts hanger for sure. Be careful where you're flipping it open: leave yourself a ton of space so you don't hook something. Worth it? yep. I carry the Sting a ton; don't expect to wield the Parrot too much. Maybe special occasions. If you need a large folder I'd recommend it.