Five additional recently made CV lockbacks quickly came to mind, Cheetahs, Mid-Folding Hunters, TrapperLocks, and the Kick-Start versions of the later two. In the past there were CV lockback single blade Folding Hunters and other models that get auctioned on eBay.
Mumbleypeg wrote: ↑
Sun Dec 15, 2019 10:05 pm
By definition, no.
L = L
ockback, SSP = S
For clarity, SSP means stainless steel blades and back springs with the blade edges polished. The P is equivalent to the old "razor edge" etch. Since the early 1980s most stainless Case pocket knives have had bright polished blades that were not sharpened so keenly so they did not deserve the P. Through the 1970s most stainless blades were only sanded to a satin finish. Despite not having bright polished blades many of those were stamped SSP because their edges were polished.
We could offer the original poster more help if he or she wrote what size and shape of knife they want, whether they are willing to buy a pre-owned knife, and whether they will consider other brands.