QSP Neckmuk D2 Fixed Blade Neck Knife
QSP Neckmuk D2 Fixed Blade Neck Knife
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Product Description
Designed by well-regarded knifemaker Arthur Brehm, the QSP Neckmuk is one fixed blade that feels at home in the hand. That’s because it features a G-10 handle with special curvatures shaped to accommodate each finger and ensure an ergonomic grip Read More

Sep 29, 2020
The finger grooves feel a little large to me, spacing my fingers a little more than natural to me. The bonus being that it is perfectly comfortable wearing work or thin winter gloves without pinching. Personally, I don't really see this as an EDC knife, as I prefer belt carrying multi-tools and a small utility knife or pocket knife. I can see this as your primary blade for outdoor recreation (hunting, hiking, camping,etc...), especially when you know you will be venturing into populated areas where a large fixed blade would be frowned upon or considered overkill. Though I don't like the idea of wearing a neck knife, I'm starting to realize that's where it is the most beneficial because you can just tuck it behind your shirt and not have to openly display it. The blade shape is awesomely utilitarian in that regard.
Jul 19, 2020
Still waiting on this, ordered it a while ago and it still hasn’t shipped. They said it would ship July 1.
Jun 1, 2020
I'm waiting for the earring model.
May 31, 2020
hm... the description says 'chinese D2' is there a difference in alloy like 8cr13mov is technically the chinese version of AUS-8, or is it just a questionable 'real D2' with a poor heat treat?
Oct 18, 2020
A lot of it's Cr12MoV, or SKD11 with a third to a fourth as much vanadium as D2. Some of it's K110 although the standard for K110 can run just as low on vanadium and moly as Cr12MoV. Probably some of the 'D2' knives that LTK has had tested and found as not being AISI D2 are most likely one of these steels as they're frequently sold as less expensive 'equivalents' that are also easier to machine. More to the point -- in this case, I'm fairly confident it's not actual AISI D2 the way my Neckmuck has held up. I cut some 3M sanding finishing sponges with mine, thin ones, maybe ten cuts in all and the next time I went to use it it needed sharpening. The edge went on in, mm, maybe twice as long as it'd take with like AUS-8.
May 31, 2020
I can't get past the potential visible weak spot which looks to be where the first rivet goes through the handle. Otherwise it looks great; I like the blade shape. My favorite neck knife though is the crocotool; I like the pry bar end.
May 30, 2020
Does every color option come with a black sheath no matter what or does brown come with a brown sheath and green with a green sheath? Thanks in advance -Justin
The black sheath comes with the black and brown knife. The green sheath is color matched to the handle of the green knife.
Apr 15, 2020
Oh, "smart" post, you're so ironically dumb 🙄 My package has currently traveled 926 miles of a 170 mile journey 😕
Red dot is the end goal, and usually goes straight there from "B" Best case scenario is now 10 days to travel from NJ to the capitol district of NY. @Drop maybe you could take some of the interest you earn by every drop lately being delayed weeks or months, and spring the extra $2 for a shipping option that doesn't suck? Just a thought. 🤬
Apr 29, 2020
At least you got yours already. When you posted your review, my shipment arrived in California and apparently is crossing the Pacific by boat. "Scheduled delivery: Wednesday 5/13/2020"
Apr 30, 2020
Oooph, that's rough 😕
Apr 4, 2020
I am that this new delay was engineered to allow my Locust to arrive first, which it finally did. I feel strongly that the Dropsters are smiling in the face of CoVid-2. It gives them a reason other than their own incompetence to explain the delay. They need to start paying interest on all these free loans.
Apr 9, 2020
Well, i guess a week late is better than a month late, like my last drop was 🙄
Mar 11, 2020
I have picked up several neck knives and I have not been ecstatic about any of them. My locust must have taken a wrong turn out of Amsterdamn. I wonder if this one will appear first.
Mar 8, 2020
If you look at this from the side when the blade is pointing down, the name should change to the neckduk. Despite the avian profile, I'm likely to sign on.
Mar 9, 2020
For any who don't know though....google nessmuk 😉
Mar 15, 2020
As Kavik pointed out, the “muk” comes from the Nessmuk style blade shape. Many knife makers or companies that use it usually would add the suffix -muk to their rendition. My favorite is the LT Wright Campmuk.
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