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Home Products Burke/Marsh Liner Lock Collab

Burke/Marsh Liner Lock Collab

by Burke, Jim, Marsh, Jeremy

SKU 1057278

Date Added 11/10/2022

# Available This product is out of stock

Original price $2,495.00

Price $2,000.00

Overview

This Collaboration piece by Jim Burke and Jeremy Marsh features multi-ground satin finished blade with flipper. The handle has force patina copper bolsters, yellow paper micarta scales with blue liners, orange peel finished titanium liners, with a rustically finished anodized titanium tip up pocket clip, force patina copper backspacer. Includes a zippered case. Nice action, blade seating, detent and lock up. Excellent Condition.  

Product Details

Blade Length 3.375

Overall Length 7.75

Closed Length 4.375

Weight (oz) 6.6

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip

Blade Material Unknown

Blade Details Sheepsfoot

Handle Material Metallic, Micarta

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Burke, Jim
Burke, Jim

"In 1989 I made my first knife; it wasn’t much, just a straight blade. I would have been about 15 at the time. I picked this up from my father, who picked it up from a distant uncle. As the years passed I continued to make a knife every now and then as my interest in cutlery grew. In 1994 I made the decision that I would enter into the profession of Law Enforcement. It didn’t take long for me to decide I needed a tough folding knife to carry while on duty. I looked at many production model folders at the time and none of them really suited me. So, my father and I took to the task of figuring out how to build a liner locking folder. This turned out to be a bit of an adventure, due to the fact that we had no help whatsoever. I only had pictures I had found in magazines to go by so we ended up building three prototypes before finding the right combination of utility and combat. Hence, my first knife design, The Number One Utility Folder was born. I ended up making them for fellow officers and friends for nothing more than material fees. Since 2005 Burke Knives has been bringing customers high quality edged tools. During this time we have made cutlery for Soldiers and high end collectors alike. I know we can provide you with a high quality product, one that will last you a lifetime. After all we will still be here, and we will always make combat essential edged tools."

Marsh, Jeremy
Marsh, Jeremy

"People often ask how I got involved in knifemaking. I have always carried a pocket knife, and have always been intrigued and wanted to own a custom made folding knife. I started making rings from titanium for friends and family, and in 2003, my dad came home one day from work with a couple issues of Blade magazine. After a couple days of paging through the magazines, I was on the phone ordering materials for two folding knives. After tearing apart my Benchmade to get the general idea of how these things work, and multiple E-mails to David Broadwell (who took the time to answer every question I had in great detail and who I still owe an extra large 120 oz. half diet half regular big gulp) for pointers, I built my first two knives. These two knives ended up being Christmas gifts. The knives went to my Dad and my Father -in- law. I have been an addict ever since. I am a third generation Die Maker, a position I still hold."

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