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MLL Knives - Back in action
« on: December 16, 2016, 03:58:19 AM »
Hello everyone,

Due to some setbacks I've been somewhat out of business, I'm back again to the knives passion, I'll try to give 100% of my time now.

Thank you for the support and to continuing coming by to this forum.

Mario Leao
You can learn about my work here: http://www.facebook.com/MLLKnives or www.mllknivespt.com

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Re: MLL Knives - Back in action
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2016, 06:32:20 AM »

  I was wondering where you wandered off too,  quite a few members are MIA these days,   it's nice to see you back,  I picked up another of your knives this summer,  I think it's your companion model,  it's in your super stainless steel,  I'm enjoying it allot,  but as the winters here are usually cold, snowy, and damp I'm sure the knife will shine,  no pun intended. 

 Again, welcome back.
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Re: MLL Knives - Back in action
« Reply #2 on: December 16, 2016, 08:12:30 AM »

  I was wondering where you wandered off too,  quite a few members are MIA these days,   it's nice to see you back,  I picked up another of your knives this summer,  I think it's your companion model,  it's in your super stainless steel,  I'm enjoying it allot,  but as the winters here are usually cold, snowy, and damp I'm sure the knife will shine,  no pun intended. 

 Again, welcome back.

I'm glad you like the Companion and thank's for giving some support here in the MLL forum.
You can learn about my work here: http://www.facebook.com/MLLKnives or www.mllknivespt.com

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Re: MLL Knives - Back in action
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2016, 09:24:11 AM »

  I was wondering where you wandered off too,  quite a few members are MIA these days,   it's nice to see you back,  I picked up another of your knives this summer,  I think it's your companion model,  it's in your super stainless steel,  I'm enjoying it allot,  but as the winters here are usually cold, snowy, and damp I'm sure the knife will shine,  no pun intended. 

 Again, welcome back.

I'm glad you like the Companion and thank's for giving some support here in the MLL forum.

  Not a problem my friend,  I'm a firm believer in quality and value,  My first MLL knife is the Adirondack model pictured in your gallery with the Bokote scales, next was a Splinter S with Brazilian Cherry scales,  then your Special K Kephart version with Walnut scales,  and lastly the Companion in Stainless.
  I did buy them all on the used market,  still own and use them,  the only problem I've experienced with them is on the Adirondak, the brass pin next to the maker mark fell out and was lost,  but it doesn't affect the knife functionally.
 IMHO your knives are well made and get the job done,  they keep a good edge and are comfortable to the hand, I've had more expensive knives but none better,  which speaks well for their value.
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Re: MLL Knives - Back in action
« Reply #4 on: December 18, 2016, 04:18:54 PM »

  I was wondering where you wandered off too,  quite a few members are MIA these days,   it's nice to see you back,  I picked up another of your knives this summer,  I think it's your companion model,  it's in your super stainless steel,  I'm enjoying it allot,  but as the winters here are usually cold, snowy, and damp I'm sure the knife will shine,  no pun intended. 

 Again, welcome back.

I'm glad you like the Companion and thank's for giving some support here in the MLL forum.

  Not a problem my friend,  I'm a firm believer in quality and value,  My first MLL knife is the Adirondack model pictured in your gallery with the Bokote scales, next was a Splinter S with Brazilian Cherry scales,  then your Special K Kephart version with Walnut scales,  and lastly the Companion in Stainless.
  I did buy them all on the used market,  still own and use them,  the only problem I've experienced with them is on the Adirondak, the brass pin next to the maker mark fell out and was lost,  but it doesn't affect the knife functionally.
 IMHO your knives are well made and get the job done,  they keep a good edge and are comfortable to the hand, I've had more expensive knives but none better,  which speaks well for their value.

Thank you for the nice comment.
You can learn about my work here: http://www.facebook.com/MLLKnives or www.mllknivespt.com