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The blades of pocket knives with a slipjoint mechanism are kept open by a spring. These knives feature a classic build and are usually equipped with a back spring. The blade stays open without a lock but can be closed manually once the spring force is overcome. This build is mostly found in smaller pocket knives though there are some exceptions. In many countries, these knives are less restricted than other types.