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Discussion in '1911 Forum' started by boomenshutzen, Oct 7, 2011.
I've seen knives that use 1911 grips, but nine quite like this.
That's definitely a different idea...
I'd buy it.
Can you buy them? Didn't see a link
i love the handle!! i dont care for the blade much i would rather have a gerber mk2 non-serrated style.
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All I can find on it was he made ten earlier this year, and all were being auctioned off by the NRA as fundraisers.
The only question I would have is how strong is it really? I mean usually on a quality knife the blade is one piece of steel that goes all the way to the but of the knife. I would like to see it taken apart, but I guess I am wierd.
Still interesting though.
Ya'll have probably already seen these before (I know Olympus has) but I prefer these:
Ultimate Equipment - Maker of the M1911 Knives
Since they only made ten, I think they're more of the 'purty' category than the 'functional utility' category. Would I want one? YES!!! Would I trust it? For anything beyond opening an envelope, no.
Not in for production yet. And they are pretty dang expensive. But when production line comes trhough with an affordable price I would snag one to commemorate. Rumor has it that it will soon, Besides the 10 beta work auctioned for NRA.
I much prefer them as well. But I'm not exactly impartial.
Maybe I'm wrong, but this is more "purity" to me. And S35VN steel can tackle a lot more than envelopes!
Its not a bad looking knife, and glock already does make a knife