QSP Platypus 14C28N Liner Lock Knife

QSP Platypus 14C28N Liner Lock Knife

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Standing out nearly as much as its namesake, QSP’s Platypus liner-lock knife earns high marks in both style and substance. The star of this specimen is its modified clip-point blade, made from highly corrosion-resistant Sandvik 14C28N stainless steel Read More

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JediJon
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Jan 21, 2021
Wait, this knife is called the Platypus!? Bwahahahah! For real!? That has got to be one of the dumbest names for a knife. Why would anybody name a knife after the creature God created after one drunk night when Lucifer bet that he wouldn't? As funny as that maybe/may not be the truth, it's still a stupid animal who's name is just ridiculous to use as a knife. Like, if I was kicking it with the homies, and everyone was showing off their new edc gear, I'd be so embarassed if this knife was the one I pulled out of my pocket. The name is just super cringey, like nails on a chalkboard. And there's so many different other animals, that have way cooler names, and are super bad-ass, who's name they could of went with. But no. They chose Platypus. Which honestly, doesn't suit this pretty cool looking knife. It really is a shame.
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Omniseed
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Feb 6, 2021
It's actually a modernization of their old Lone Star Hunter knife, very different in construction but ultimately the same profile redesigned as a lightweight working knife. So I dunno how much 'designing' Steve Austin actually did in terms of creating the form of it but it's a sweet knife and Austin is a pretty cool guy and as far as I know the entire concept came from him so
14themoney
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Feb 6, 2021
I really have gotten away from following sports (and entertainment) this century, but I always did like Stone Cold. https://youtu.be/m-9nmqN2Bag
AJAugust
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Jan 15, 2021
I as well like the looks of this knife. Reminds me of my EDC Kizer “Sovereign”, which has basically the same details in size, blade shape, and ergonomics. But, like my “Sovereign”, this “Platypus” has a fairly large blade. So my concern is that deployment of this heavier blade is by way of a thumb-stud only, i.e., no flipper. Depending on the action at the pivot and detent, it might be a real ‘thumb full’ to deploy, handle, fidget with. Just sayin’ .
Omniseed
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Jan 15, 2021
The QSP knives I have are all really nicely done, good detents and great pivots, I grabbed one of these because it looks like it's going to be FUN as all hell to fidget with
rumata13
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Jan 14, 2021
I like the looks of this knife