Mcusta MC-8 Kamon Crest Money Clip w/Knife

Mcusta MC-8 Kamon Crest Money Clip w/Knife

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Keep your money safe at all times with this two-in-one money clip from MCUSTA. Made in Japan’s cutlery capital, Seki City, the Kamon Crest Money Clip not only holds your bills, but it sports a nearly 2-inch blade within the frame Read More

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Lekfx
11
Jul 20, 2018
Why is there no photo of the back of this knife/clip? Is it that ugly and obvious?
mvbiteng
1
Jul 5, 2018
Do you think you could get this through airport security If the blade was away and there was money in it? Would love to have it for daily use/protection overseas
Logan96
144
Jul 7, 2018
You can check any knife you want pretty much just make sure it legal where you are going. You can check guns even
Lekfx
11
Jul 20, 2018
I always fly with a knife. It’s an “Executive Edge”, made in Brazil, and looks very much like a pen. I keep it clipped in my pack pocket, next to two other metal pens. Never was detected. https://www.rubylane.com/item/672113-SLx20756/Vintage-EXECUTIVE-EDGE-Deadlock-Pen-Knife
SHD2LD
6
Jul 5, 2018
I meet a robber, I draw this blade, I see the cash attached, I think my life worth more than that, I surrender the cash.
RenoRodriguez
18
Mar 22, 2018
Robber: "Gimmer ur muny." Also Robber: "Heck."
JuniorCanuck
5
Mar 15, 2018
I have had one for over a year, I love it, but the tension of the clip has lost a bit of grip (or I need more money). The knife came sharp and is very handy and well built.
Hatuletoh
835
Mar 15, 2018
Got my first Mcusta about two months ago and loved it so much I bought another a couple weeks back. Loved that one somewhat less--it was much too lightweight whereas the first was wonderfully solid. Even still, these are some of the tightest production pieces I've ever held, and if it was just about any other Mcusts product Id be all over this drop (excepting exact replicas of the models I already own). As it is, I've always thought of these things as money clips, which incidentally have blades; not so much knives that also work as monet clips. Amd I'm not reallu interested in collecting money clips.
One question, and I mean this seriously: how does one pronounce Mcusta? Seems like it would be "muh-CUH-stuh", but Ive heard "muh-COO-stuh" too. Anyone know for sure?
Derpternlinson
37
Jul 7, 2018
Mmm-custa
Hatuletoh
835
Jul 8, 2018
Right! Because as I literally just learned today, Mcusta is a mash up of the words "machined" and "custom". That's why a Japanese company has a vaguely Gaelic sounding name. I'd always wondered about that...
ShinigamiZR
21
Nov 5, 2017
What exactly is the point of a small knife as a money clip? To surprise someone who's sticking you up?
CHICKENGOD
232
Nov 6, 2017
JamesX
549
Jun 19, 2017
Hold on let me grab a dollar. Oops my fingers are missing.
aball
1
Jun 19, 2017
Twinlife
1
Jun 19, 2017
Please associate the patterns with their names so I can be sure to order the ones I prefer. Thank you.
aball
1
Jun 19, 2017
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