Maserin D2 Sport Liner Lock Knife
Maserin D2 Sport Liner Lock Knife
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Made in Maniago, Italy, the Maserin D2 Sport Liner Lock pairs a well-rounded D2 blade with stainless steel liners for confident lockup. This 7.7-inch folder opens the old-fashioned way, with a thumbstud for manual deployment Read More

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jeffsenpai
13
May 14, 2020
No photos of the back of the knife... Probably has the same deep carry tip down clip all the clones of this knife pattern have. See this one as example: https://pics.knifecenter.com/knifecenter/mantis/images/MNTMK6002tc.jpg
method_burger
447
May 16, 2020
only thing i can find is a vid in 2017. pretty sure this is discontinued. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qsd7H9gWxSg -was $50 -has some minor QC issues with wood -has blued liners and pocket clip -pocket clip is a deep carry clip, but not positioned to be overly deep carry
method_burger
447
May 14, 2020
ok, this line... really irks me "Comprising two materials—G-10 and your choice of wood or carbon fiber—it has a yin-yang aesthetic."
reswright
2844
May 14, 2020
"Our handle perfectly captures the Manichaean duality which underlies our waking existence and reminds the wearer that all men are either praisably good or shankably evil in their hearts and that the rich, multicultural tapestry of our world is comprised of the endless battle between these opposites playing out; G-10 for the bright heart of Ahura Mazda which lights the sky each morning, and carbon fiber for the black hearted Ahriman, serpent of the gods, enemy of all."
Dermott
240
May 14, 2020
So, uh... pictures of the other side of the knife?
Theoeichorn
3
May 14, 2020
Total rip off of William Henry knife.
reswright
2844
May 16, 2020
People used to carve stones and bones like that for skinning.
Leoanger
203
May 16, 2020
No doubt. It was just not something I'd seen before.
DeSTiNe
48
May 14, 2020
I bought this model with different handle material a few years ago about the same price. Absolutely the worst Italian made knife I've ever seen. Very very poor quality. There were big gaps between the two type handle materials. The liner lock is so thin, it's weak, and still pushes the blade out of true a lot due to the weaker body structure. Blade profile was not symmetric, factory sharpening is worse than some aliexpress unnamed brands. I decided not to purchase another Maserin ever since. Stick with lionsteel and viper, they have much better quality control.
Bobraz
2458
May 14, 2020
I have a couple of Maserin (the Carbon 392 and the 378 AM2) and they are very well made (especially the 378! It's a beauty to behold!). This particular model may be more poorly handled however; the very low price may indicate some corners cut in the manufacturing processes, to keep costs low.
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SaskAudioGuy
417
May 16, 2020
You can have the following from Italy... A: well made B: cheap Pick one. Not to say a cheap item isn't quality, but the fitment will suffer heavily because of distinct lack of give a damn.
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