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MLL Knives:
Hello everyone, recently start making some folder knives, this design is inspired by my Fire-Ant bushcraft fixed blade, as usual is a single piece I will not make another exactly like that, hope you guys like it.

MLL Knives - 100% Hand Made Knives

SPECS:
STYLE: Friction Folder Grind to Zero Edge.
STEEL: O1 High Carbon Steel.
BLADE FINISH: Hand Rubbed.
HANDLE: Stainless Frame with Karry Wood Scales. It is very hard wood with some dark brown strips.
HARDWARE: Brass/Stainless.
SHEATH: Not included.

OVERALL LENGTH OPEN: 215mm 8.1/2".
OVERALL LENGTH CLOSED: 163mm 6.1/4".
BLADE LENGTH (from handle to tip): (92mm) 3.5/8".
HANDLE LENGTH: 123mm 4.84".
THICKNESS: (4mm) 5/32".

Price: SOLD

Order send PM or contact by email: mllknivespt@mllknivespt.com

NOTE: this is custom knives not mass production
SOME SPECS CAN BE CUSTOM, CONTACT ME FOR MORE OPTIONS.








Thank you
Mario Leao

Moe M.:

 Sweet knife Mario, personally I've never owned a knife with that type of opening/closing system,  I guess Svord is the most popular I've seen,  I find them interesting and pleasing to look at,  but that metal tail sticking out in my pocket has kept me from buying one.

upthecreek:
Beautiful!

Creek

MLL Knives:

--- Quote from: Moe M. on March 05, 2017, 07:36:53 AM ---
 Sweet knife Mario, personally I've never owned a knife with that type of opening/closing system,  I guess Svord is the most popular I've seen,  I find them interesting and pleasing to look at,  but that metal tail sticking out in my pocket has kept me from buying one.

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You right that little piece of metal is a bit uncomfortable but It's no big deal easily solvable with a small belt sheath, soon I'll post here a spring lock folder, thank you for the nice comment.


--- Quote from: upthecreek on March 05, 2017, 07:54:28 AM ---Beautiful!

Creek


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Thank you I'm glad you like it.

wsdstan:
Nice design Mario.  Will sure want to see a photo of your spring lock folder.

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