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EDC Kit Components
1: LAYOUT PARTS & IDENTIFY THEM
Lay out all the parts on a flat surface and ensure you have the right handle, left handle, right liner lock, left liner, bushings, stop pin, standoffs, screws, pivot pin, thumb opener, spring, nylon pouch, and pocket clip.
2: ALIGN RIGHT HANDLE WITH LINER LOCK
Line up the holes in the right handle with the holes in the right liner lock, ensuring the holes are perfectly aligned.
3: INSERT PIVOT PIN IN HANDLE & LINER LOCK
Unscrew the pivot pin then take the female part of the pivot pin and insert it through the aligned holes in the handle and liner lock, making sure the flat edge on the pin is lined up with the flat edge on the liner lock hole.
4: PLACE BUSHING ON PIVOT PIN
Grab one of the thin white bushings and carefully place it over the exposed end of the pivot pin so it rests between the handle and liner lock
5: PUSH STOP PIN INTO LINER LOCK
Locate the small stop pin piece and use it to push into one of the liner lock holes near where the pivot pin is inserted.
6: INSERT STANDOFFS
Pick up the two standoff pieces and insert each one into holes on the liner lock, one at the back and one near the front, to provide structure to the knife.
7: ATTACH THE BLADE
Hold the blade above the pivot pin area being careful of the sharp edge, and lower it down so it rests on top of the bushings and pivot pin.
8: POSITION SECOND BUSHING
Place the second bushing on top of the blade over the pivot pin.
9: INSERT SPRING INTO LEFT HANDLE
Pick up the left handle piece and left liner lock piece, and place them together so the spring sits inside the inset area of the handle.
10: POSITION LEFT LINER ON TOP
Place the left liner on top of the left handle, so that the tip of the spring protrudes through the groove cut into the liner.
11: FLIP OVER AND REMOVE HANDLE
Holding both the liner and handle together, flip both parts over and remove the handle, keeping the spring in position in the liner.
12: ALIGN THE LINER TO THE BLADE
Align the liner with the pivot, the stop pin, and the two standoffs. Insert the end of the spring into the hole in the blade.
13: POSITION THE LEFT HANDLE
Place the handle over the liner, ensuring the spring fits inside the inset area of the handle.
14: SCREW IN PIVOT PIN
Locate the male part of the pivot pin and use the larger T8 Torx wrench to gently screw it into the exposed end to join all the pieces together.
15: INSERT SCREWS INTO HANDLE
Take the 4 small black screws and carefully insert each one into holes in the handle and gently tighten with the smaller T6 Torx wrench.
16: SCREW THUMB OPENER INTO BLADE
Unscrew the thumb opener if needed and insert the female end followed by the male end into the hole at the back of the blade, then tighten with your fingers.
17: TIGHTEN SCREWS
Fully tighten all screws while checking that all of the different pieces aligned and fit together nicely. Tighten the pivot pin more if needed.
18: ATTACH THE POCKET CLIP
Align the pocket clip holes with the 2 holes in the handle and then using the final two, longer, screws tighten using the T6 Torx wrench.

19: CLOSE & SHEATH YOUR KNIFE
Remove the plastic tip protector front the blade, close your knife and insert it into the nylon sheath.

Congrats, you just built you first RELIC knife!