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Home Products MRC, liner lock

MRC, liner lock

by Smith, John W.

SKU 109

Date Added 11/27/2002

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $425.00

Overview

hand rubbed S30V blade, false top edge, dual thumb studs, notched thumb ramp, bead blast titanium bolsters and liners, carbon fiber handles, black backspacer, bead blast titanium clip. The Medium MRC is 4 1/2" closed with a 3 1/2" blade. The Small MRC is 4" closed with a 3" blade.

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About the Maker

Smith, John W.
Smith, John W.

I have been a fulltime maker since 1993 and am proud to be a voting member of the Knifemakers Guild. Most of my work is in embellished locking folders, with an occasional art fixed blade. In 1994 I began doing my own engraving and started making Damascus in 1999. I prefer natural handle materials such as mother of pearl, fossil Ivories and stone. Blade steel is my Damascus (unless otherwise noted) or one of the high quality stainless steels currently available. The embellishments I offer are engraving, gold inlay, mosaic pearl inlays, file work, carving and solid 14K gold screws and thumb studs that I make in shop.

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