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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Eli Chaps, Jul 6, 2020.
A Muskrat by A.G. Russell :
Case Mini Trapper
Not much use for them these days
Plastic an pin # have taken over
Microtech Merlot Red in M390.
Really not a red guy but that is certainly eye catching!!! Hope it serves you well!!
M is for Mega
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as in Mega RMD
M is for Marbled Carbon Fiber. I get a bit sad when I see my pics or post this "one that got away" but I wouldn't have my F95R either if I hadn't sold it.
My father’s well used edc, a Western folder. He passed in ‘93, and it was put away until recently when I finally decided it was time to clean it up and sharpen it.
That's awesome man.
M is for Maurice Dubost Artisan Coutelier
M is also for Massdrop x Ferrum Forge
Magnum Bear Cub
From what I remember growing up, he carried large lock backs, in his front left pocket (he was a leftie). I’m not sure the years this particular model was in production, but he carried it for many years, and was quite fond of it, so it's very special to me.
Loaded with history. A true treasure.
As it should be. That knife is most definitely deserving of being considered a treasure. Despite humble provenance, I would definitely hold that in highest regard as well...
M is for Manix2 cutting some Mozzarella for a caprese salad.
Maybe not the best cheese slicing knife selection but, it did the job.