Malkoff Picture Thread

fulee9999

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to me it seems like an MD3 host bored down to MD1 size with an Oveready 18650 extender
 

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With the M91 getting so much love around here I figured I’d share how I run mine. I like the two way clip so I can go from my pocket to my hat when needed

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Not pictured is @thermal guy neck lanyard that goes on that beast
Me, thermal and @Olumin stay ready at all times to send lumens

I don't use the High-Low rings...I've never been in a scenario where full-power wasn't the answer

I can see this in my mind. I can picture kernel and mrs. kernel in the woods, in the tent, fast asleep, 3 AM. kernel is awaken by the sound of something restling the trees. He grabs his flashlight, and listens... No more movement can be heard, so he lays back, but unable to find his phone next to him he turns on the light. In a fraction of a second the forest is lit up with the amount of light only a small thermonuclear explosion can make, trees and leaves turn transparent by the sheer amount of light eminating from the tent, kernel relieved that his phone was next to him just a few inches higher turns off the light, and the only thing you can hear in the background is the bonking sound of blinded deer and birds colliding into trees and each other in a 500 yard radius
 

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Left hand is holding a Wharncliffe blade secured with a lifting strap. Right hand is a Malkoff Hound Dog Super duct taped to a Wildcat secured with a lifting strap.

Obviously I tear through the tent to get to the outside the quickest. Taking up a defensive posture

Duct tape the shredded tent back together and get ready to do it all again at a moments notice. Stay ready to send it at all times.
 

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For a second I thought they were Busse Knives.
My mean street I had 25 years ago is shaped like the one on your wrist
David Mary knives.
The straight edge is the cutting edge in his Wharncliffe profile

He made me a Bowie where both sides have cutting edges. Lol
 

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David Mary knives.
The straight edge is the cutting edge in his Wharncliffe profile

He made me a Bowie where both sides have cutting edges. Lol
I never was a chisel ground blade fan. I think around 1996-97 when the Benchmade CQC7 came out I tried it. I prefer symmetrical edges even over convex or asymmetrical edges. They might chip a little faster. However. Much more bite if chopping wood and much more sharp if cutting flesh.
 

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I never was a chisel ground blade fan. I think around 1996-97 when the Benchmade CQC7 came out I tried it. I prefer symmetrical edges even over convex or asymmetrical edges. They might chip a little faster. However. Much more bite if chopping wood and much more sharp if cutting flesh.

All of mine are convex because I machine sharpen on a belt sander
 

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In honor of @thermal guy who went rogue earlier and said can’t a guy get a simple light that just turns on and off…and he likes big knives

Ps the E2 head with a 3v battery is a fantastic 1 mode option. I need to figure out the Lumens…it’s much less lumens and a warmer tint than when using 4.2v battery. I don’t know run time because the forward voltage for the led is 2.8 for full output. At some point the battery won’t light the led



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