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Old 02-19-2010, 10:59 PM   #41
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How about a dedicated/stickied thread for questions and info from Craig and MilTac?

BTW, I'm stoked.
I can do that. I have had some communication with Craig and he is right in the middle of the second of 3 trade shows that he has going, so it might take a bit before we get some answers. Once we do, I will move them all to one thread and sticky that.

The knives should be here PDQ and I will forward one to Benning for his end of the tests. Once we have some meat for you guys, we will start another stickied thread and update it with a lot of the super sick tests we have planned.

Benning is a masterful genius and has some pretty cool stuff to show you how this knife performs in a utility and "only sharp object within a mile" SHTF type of thing.

This should be very good....
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That's most excellent. I'm really looking forward to it.
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Welcome to the forum Mil- Tac!
Checked out the Mil-Tac website(very nice BTW) and was wondering if your knives are made in the USA?
It must take great faith in your product to put it to the test publicly.
Looking forward to seeing if your blades are up to the challenge!
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Awesome news. welcome to the forum. Thanks for the willingness to come on our forum. I am looking forward to seeing the knives and the tests the boys put them through. I am sure I will be parting with some cash before this is through. Again, welcome aboard!!!
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I wanted to know whether you manufacture the knives yourselves or you have them made by other companies or knife makers?
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I'm interested in the input from the guys in the field, and the process. Do you give them knives, and then seek critique?
I wanted to know whether you manufacture the knives yourselves or you have them made by other companies or knife makers?

Yes, we manufacture the vast majority of our knives and tools here in North Texas and we have subcontractors and component suppliers in Texas, the USA, Germany, Italy.

I'm interested in the input from the guys in the field, and the process. Do you give them knives, and then seek critique?

We design our products to be useful, ergonomic, reliable, and tough. Then we listen to our customers and we actually make most of the changes that they request when it makes sense for the product and its intended mission. We continually use the customer feedback loop to improve our products and create new products.

Thanks for all the warm welcomes. We are looking forward to the tests and the eventual feedback.

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The Announcement has been made: Now let the tests begin.

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