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187DPT

by Medford Knife and Tool

SKU 1018552

Date Added 10/16/2020

# Available 1

Original price $800.00

Price $495.00

Overview

This 187 DPT Drop Point by Medford Knife and Tool, features a Vulcan drop point blade with notched thumbrest and thumbhole. The handle has a green G-10 front scale and a stonewashed titanium lockside and tip up titanium clip. Nice blade seating, detent and lockup. Includes the original papers. Has a few light scuffs, otherwise excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.75

Overall Length 9.5

Closed Length 5.125

Weight (oz) 7.1

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Clip, Tip Up Carry

Blade Material D2

Blade Details Drop Point

Handle Material G10

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Medford Knife and Tool
Medford Knife and Tool

Greg Medford is a native Arizonan and an ardent American patriot. He is dedicated to hand-crafting and small-scale manufacturing as a part of the new Small Factory Industrial Rebirth of America. Greg’s early development was deeply shaped by his Mom being 2nd generation Greek immigrant and his Dad being from an old Irish/ American family that hails from Massachusetts, West Texas, and Arizona. Greg’s grandpa, Ferris Medford, was a scrappy West Texas American forged out of the dust and cattle that surrounded him. He was an avid horseman, and throughout his life he handcrafted fine leather goods for his peers in law enforcement. Greg finds these men and his parents as the principle influences of him being an innovative designer. His designs bring Yankee ingenuity, Western Freedom, and high-tech aerospace to an intersection of form and function that puts smiles on faces. Greg is relatively new to knife making but attacks the calling with the same intense passion and dedication towards excellence that he brings to everything he does. A life long lover of all things edged, he is no newcomer to the design and use of knives. He has been restoring and using period Japanese swords since the mid 1980s. Greg is a 31-year professional Martial Artist and hand-to-hand instructor, as well as a close quarters master level instructor and has a very strong background in close quarters bare-handed weapon defense and disarms. He holds a Commercial Pilot’s License and is an FAA certified single/multi/instrument flight instructor. He holds a surface level aerobatic competency card for flying airshows and has been a leader in the Warbird Aviation community for years. When Greg flew airshows professionally, he was not only the pilot, but he built his planes, rebuilt their engines, and even imported exotic planes from around the world for restoration and use. All of these experiences uniquely prepared him for the design and manufacture of advanced edged weapons and tools. Greg served in the United States Marine Corps from 1988-1992 as an M.O.S. 0311. He was part of “New England’s Own” and deployed for Operations Desert Storm and Shield in 1990-1991.