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MLL Knives:
The present prices of products below are in U.S. Dollar, as you can see, prices are equal to my site in Euros (www.mllknivespt.com) to users of this forum I will make a direct conversion of Euro to U.S. dollars (1 U.S. Dollar = 1 Euro).

I accept payments by Paypal and bank transfer.

To place orders PM to my contact in Blades and bushcraft or contact me for email: mllknivespt@mllknivespt.com.
I will reply as soon as possible to your message.
Shipping takes 5 days and costs between 12 and 19 USD, depends on the knife.

This topic will be updated.
All this work is handmade in small quantities.

Thank you.

The Big Scout.

Natural forging color Version.









Black Epoxy color Version.











Normal grinding color Version.









Description:

The Big Scout is a versatile knife suitable for bushcraft, scouting, survival, or as utility for any occasion.
Has a full tang blade, O1 high carbon steel with a total length of 10.1/4" (260mm), 3/16" (4,76mm) in thickness and it has 5" (127mm) of cutting area.
O1 steel chemical composition: C 0,95%; Si 0,25%; Mn 1,10%; Cr 0,60%; Mo 0,50%; V 0,16%; W 0,60%.
The Big Scout has a blade with high rigidity and ease to sharpenig.
The Big Scout exists in three versions: Black Epoxy, normal grinding color and natural forging color (dark gray).
The Handle is in sandwich Micarta, this Micarta has two different colors and textures only in a single piece of Micarta, colors: Black/brown and Blue/black.
The Big Scout includes sheath in leather.
The sheath is all done by hand in black leather, has a simple press studs system for easy placement and removal from your belt.

Thanks, I hope you enjoy.

Price: 145,00 USD + shipping charges.

Dano:
That's an awesome looking knife Mario!!  My favorite is the natural forging version...great job!!

MLL Knives:
Thanks Dano, I'm glad you like.

PetrifiedWood:
Great looking knife! I like the 5" blade as well. It's a good all-around size for things like food prep where 3-4 inch blades literally fall short, but it's still compact enough to be nimble in the hand. Great design!

kanukkarhu:
Wow.  That's a really great looking knife! 

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