A pocket knife spring exerts a continuous pressure which holds the blade open or closed. A spring with a blade on both ends is known as a “two-end” spring, whereas a “cap-end” spring controls one blade with one end and the other end becomes part of the handle. An “equal-end” spring is a symmetrical two end spring with identical halves.
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