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Al Mar S.E.R.E. 2020 Assisted Folding Knife

Al Mar S.E.R.E. 2020 Assisted Folding Knife

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Designed in the 1980s by the late Al Mar and Nick Rowe for the S.E.R.E (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape) school of the US army, this folder packs a serious pedigree. Known as one of the strongest designs ever made, the S.E.R.E Read More

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spdrcr05
72
Nov 6, 2020
Yet again available for the same or lower price on Amazon with immediate shipping. I hate that it's become necessary for me to do that check before purchasing now.
RadioPen
17
Nov 6, 2020
Where is this knife made? I understand that 8Cr13MoV  steel is made in Communist China....
Bazker
17
Nov 6, 2020
China printed on the blade
Jeffster2112
42
Aug 4, 2020
64$ for 8cr13mov steel?? And it’s assisted opening? This is basically an over priced kershaw. Assisted opening just covers up a crappy action of a knife. This knife is junk and expensive junk at that!
gchan
48
May 13, 2020
Weren't Al Mar knives originally made in Japan with VG10 steel? If they're going to move production to China, they should be making production knives like WE, Civivi, Kizer, etc. Makes me sad they're asking $60-70 for just Al Mar's name. Especially when this is the going price outside of DROP.
gchan
48
May 19, 2020
Numbered! Nice.
Bazker
17
Nov 6, 2020
Oh... makes me sad
Jakob
367
May 12, 2020
Not appealing at all. If I am going to buy a Chinese folder, it will be one of the many others sold here by We, and others offering lots of features and quality for a bargain rather than a bunch of spin offs milking all it can get from a once respected name in cutlery.
DPoto
46
May 11, 2020
Why would anyone want this as an assisted cheapie version of the old classic. I have several original SEREs and even one that is double action auto/manual SERE made by Butch Vallotton...they flip out slick as snot with a simple thumbstud...this thing is a flipper and still needs assisted opening? No thanks, and it looks like a cheap knockoff using Al Mar name. I'll pass since the original blows this thing away.
DPoto
46
May 12, 2020
Wow...that's what mines worth now?? LOL....hello ebay. Just kiddin. I think I got mine back in the day (probably) 15 years ago or so for a few hundred. That said, the original SEREs fly out so smooth, and have no need for assisted springs....its strange a true flipper with tab would even need that was the real point.
method_burger
561
May 15, 2020
naw, old al mars are a classic. because they dont make then anymore. company isnt owned by the family anymore, which is why we have..... stuff like this
bambam67
334
May 10, 2020
60-65 all day long everywhere else..this is not a great deal.. or deal at all for that matter.
arp415
133
May 17, 2020
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Just curious still. I own a early 2000 mini sere, and have heard them talked up (no doubt nice, but come on now). I’m actually tempted just for comparison, but bambam67, if you know where to get it cheaper, as you say, please speak up. I’ll give an honest comparison.
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Lword
4
May 9, 2020
8cr13mov isnt bad, but for 50 buck I will just get a spyderco tenacious with the same steel at walmart. No thanks.
Babybluepepper
7
May 9, 2020
Why not the D2 version? $64,- seems like a bit on the high side even for D2 that's made in China, but here materials and execution are not justified when looking at the competition... #pass
Badgered
33
May 9, 2020
I really wish DROP would include at least one top down or 3/4 view, I'm sick of leaving the page to get an idea of blade thickness or liner construction. Here's how to do it: https://hiconsumption.com/al-mar-sere-2020-g-knives/
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Bobraz
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May 9, 2020
Agreed, very well made listing! Drop could emulate this and make many knife fan happy!
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