Funtional E.D.C. leverlock

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douglip
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Funtional E.D.C. leverlock

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What 'LL had the best quality blade. Looking for something rugged that has an edge and keeps it for a while.
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I'd go with a leverletto myself.
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Either that or a Huburtus. Another option would be a Mikov Leverlock.
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douglip wrote:What 'LL had the best quality blade. Looking for something rugged that has an edge and keeps it for a while.
hey have you seen the new Russian leverlocks ? 1 is a leverlock/backlock the other is a lever open lever close . both of these knives are BADD ASS :lol: , i have 1 of each in my collection , they both sport stainless steel liners , stainless steel bolsters , walnut handles . i think either one would make a awesome EDC i guess the blade steel is equal to 440 or better .
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What are the thoughts on Mikov?
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My slimline arrived in today's mail. The knife is tight and quickly took a nice edge. The 3.25" blade snaps out with consummate authority. I approve of this knife because the firing pin also seats deeply in the blade, holding it securely in both the closed and open positions. This knife is a slim, fast, sharp and useful blade. :D

I snagged a good one! 8) :mrgreen:
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Both are good imo but the mikof is a huge knife.the maydeth l.l are a bit bigger than italian stilettos fire twice as hard,and feel better in your hand,.id have to agree w metal god
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i really like the Mikov,it is a very sturdy lever lock and has double springs,if one breaks it still functions and the springs are easily replaced.
The blades come very sharp from the dealer and hold an edge quite well.
The knife can be had in many blade configurations,also many handle styles and materials and can be custom ordered also.
Go to the site for information and prices,they are very reasonably priced. 8)
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Go with the Mikov. It's more durable knife and just a better made. You can get several blade types compared to the others.
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I'll admit, Mikov puts out a decent clip point blade. (Make sure you get one made from their better steel).
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Look on the Mikov site at the ND1tu prototype. It has a nice "clip point" blade that you'll find useful.
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