Massdrop x Gavko Thresher Titanium Frame Lock Knife
Massdrop x Gavko Thresher Titanium Frame Lock Knife
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Like other Gavko knives, the story of the Thresher begins with a shark. Ever since one of his first designs was said to look like a Mako shark, Gavko Knives designer Michal Gavac never looked back Read More

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Samurai99
1
Nov 20, 2020
Do ya'll think it's going to drop down to $100 again for Black Friday / Christmas like it did last year?
JediJon
178
Oct 18, 2020
You know the saying that goes "you can't un-see something once you've already seen it" or any of it's variations? That's how I feel about the name of this Knife, the Thresher. You see, there's this episode of South Park where after being abducted by aliens, Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Eric are told the truth about planet Earth. They find out planet Earth is actually just a alien reality TV show, and it's about to be destroyed because the ratings are bad so the show is getting cancelled. Now, these 2 alien producers of the show end up getting completely wasted on alien drugs and alcohol. In fact so wasted that they reach a point where it's pretty obvious that they're engaging in some type of alien sexual activity. There is a moment during this scene where one alien says to the other, "stick your finger in my thresher!" along with some other sexual alien references. So, can you see the dilemma I'm having here? And now probably you as well, since I've explained it, and either you have seen this exact episode or now going to watch it to see for yourself? I'm sorry for you, in advance. Anyway, what it boils down to is this, when I see this knife, all I can think of is that damn alien saying that line. I know that's not the reference where the knife got it's name from, and that it has nothing to do with weird alien characters on South Park engaged in sexual activities, at all. Yet unfortunately for me, once I made this obscure connecting reference between the two, it's been impossible not to think about it. Anyway, I've waffled on long enough about this nonsensical way my brain sometimes works. Okay, bye.
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Niel50
13
Aug 5, 2020
Made in China? Why so expensive? Someone is making a killing...
mdeous
103
Oct 20, 2020
Because China or not it's a good product, with great machining and very nice materials. It's not a cheap knife, but in my opinion you'd have a hard time finding a USA made titanium frame lock with an S35VN blade at that price (you might find some, but not much, and probably not with the same finish quality).
JediJon
178
Jul 4, 2020
I'm wondering if the left handed versions will ever be available again. That would be cool.
GBWhatsappApk
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Jun 28, 2020
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Kavik
5324
Apr 21, 2020
Huh. I always thought this design in a mass produced model was supposed to be a massdrop exclusive? Just saw an ad for the same knife, same name, from BRS. Looks like the plain version here can be had in other colors, with a nicer looking clip, that's also reversible for left hand carry. Not for nuthin', but things like this feel seriously watered down when it's no longer exclusive to drop members
Ghostimpala
45
Apr 9, 2020
Is it me or does the Thresher look like an upscale version of the Kizer Aileon? Or, is the Aileon a downgraded Thresher? The Thresher looks like a much nicer piece and well worth the extra bucks. Suppose I may have to get one just for comparison sake, you know, for science and not to feed the stabby/slicey habit.
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Bobraz
2494
Aug 15, 2020
Did you buy it in the end, you know, for research?
Ghostimpala
45
Aug 15, 2020
Ended up buying a BRS Gavco Thresher rather than the Drop version. I like the black on black look of the BRS and could get it shipped fast. The BRS version is beefy, heavy and big. It’s not like the Aileon, that’s for sure. Way heavier and longer. The thumb stud was also harder to use than the Aileon. I believe the Thresher is a better knife compared to the Kizer. Within the first week of having the Thresher I cut a finger flick hole and now use it as my main hard use yard knife. Pic pre slot and post slot. Got to love a dremmel and hand files.
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Ramirezv75
5
Mar 29, 2020
Love my Thresher Big Eye, but... I washed the blade last night using dish soap after cutting steak with the knife. I then dried the knife and set it on a dish rack overnight to allow to completely dry before I folded it. This morning I noticed what appears to be tarnish or corrosion on the blade. I tried to capture it in pics and have attached a couple here. It’s much more visible in real life than in the pics, but you can see the dark discoloration on the blade in the pics. Is this what one should expect of S35VN steel? Easily tarnished?
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Itsraining
74
Mar 18, 2020
There was multiple knives I wanted to buy until I saw the MASSDROP branding on the blade. I hate excessive branding and/or marking on products whether it's clothes, video, audio, cars, knives, etc. I don't like being a walking advertisement or billboard and won't be. As long as these knife makers on here keep putting MASSDROP on the the blades or anywhere else on the knife, I won't be buying any. Their loss.
Hatuletoh
835
Feb 26, 2020
Check out what Blade Runners Systems just released. The bronze is at BladeHQ and the stonewashed black at Knife Center:
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Let me first say congratulations to Mr. G for his continued popularity and success. It's well deserved, and I hope he makes a mint and has fun doing it. After all, it's only 14 or 15 more years until the young Ms. Gavac can become licensed to drive and will want a car, and only 16 or 17 more years until the first payment of college tuition will come due. That might sound like good-natured teasing but it's actually a nearly hysterical, legit warning from someone whose own daughter will start high school next year; I'll be too keyed-up and broke to tease anyone for the next decade or two. Grab the $ and hoard it like a panicked squirrel with OCD, I say. Then wash up, because money is dirty and full of germs, full of germs, dirty, full of germs, germs, microbes and germs... About the new BRS Thresher: they're calling it the XL, although it's not that much larger than the Drop model. The blade is 3.875" vs, er...3.6", is it? I think that's right. The OAL on the XL is 8.875" vs an even 8", with identical materials where it matters: S35VN blade steel and the high-quality titanium, the 6AL-etc. alloy. Aesthetics are entirely subjective, and obviously the Drop versions are nice because there are multiple versions, but I do esp like that BRS model. So overall, as best as I can without having actually handled the XL, I'd say the two Thresher productions stack up equally: neither has any stand our features to recommend it, or not. The interesting thing is the price. This new XL model is $189.95 (or 189.99 for the KC model), or basically identically priced to the Drop Thresher, or rather, the basic Standard Thresher models. The other three models are actually all $190+$20, which wouldn't seem amiss if it were for the larger of the two types, but for a smaller version? Even if only marginally smaller, if not the same price, I usually expect smaller = less expensive. Is that $20 for the expertise and experience of We? And if so, is that a good deal to have them as OEM? Those are all in question form because I'm genuinely not sure what I think about it, so any rational rationales will be appreciated.
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