Automatic knives, valid for use?

Chauncey Gardiner

Chauncey Gardiner

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Tool is sold separately. MT originally didn't want people messing with them for warranty purposes, that was the reason for the special heads. They then figured that if they make the tool and make it out of titanium that MT fanboys will pay HANDSOMELY for them lol.



Little did they know that others will also make the tool but sell them at a fraction of the price. :ROFLMAO:
DAAAANG! $300. =
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Autos

The two top knives are robust, probably too much for me. If you are interested in either of those two let me know.
 
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$300 for a tool kit?! At that price, I’d rather buy another knife if a screw comes loose on a Microtech.
But it's Titanium and made by Mt lol.

You can buy others on Amazon and etsy for like $25.
 
Chauncey Gardiner

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DA auto is the only way to go. Having to manually close the blade kinda defeats the purpose IMHO.

No, not the only way. Sometimes you just want to kick it Ol' Skool. ;)
 
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I carry a Boker Plus Strike Auto everyday.
 
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That lil guy I'd take to a steak house.. when the table is being set say "oh no thanks I brought my own knife"
 

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