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Could someone ID this blade?

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by mgregg85, May 13, 2013.

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  1. mgregg85

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    That could be a Ken Brock knife... George aka Mercop would know for sure.

    http://mercop.wordpress.com/

    Ken Brock and Les George are working on a collab now that looks similar.
     
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    or could be a Mickey Yurco Custom
     
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    Looks like some Cold Steal cheapie to me...and the way she's wearing it (simple loop over her arm), it's going to slide right off.
     
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    Overly complicated application for sort of a simple neck knife.
    I do not like the ring.

    If she is right handed it in the wrong side.

    There are simpler, better choices. The Wheeler, Breed, and Sams Kiri come to mind.
     
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    John,

    That does look a bit like the CS Double Agent (except it isn't), but take another look at the carry system. She's wearing a Merchharness (essentially a paracord X-back shoulder holster system) by George Matheis. George posts occasionally here.

    Wellll, I got beat to the ID on the carry system!
     
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    BikerDoc , " Overly complicated application for sort of a simple neck knife." , having worn both a MERC harness and a neck knife carried in the standard neck knife carry , I will always choose the MERC harness as it keeps the knife put without sliding around on your chest like a basic loop does.

    Works extremely well with an over garment.

    Perhaps not for everyone, but a way better option than just looping a piece of paracord around your neck and hanging a sheathed knife from it.
     
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    PS. I asked MERCOP last night , and he wasnt sure what the knife was , the image was taken by someone else ( Noah Walt of THurst Magazine I assume ).
     
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    hso, it appears to be a simple loop, not worn as the Merchharness.
     
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    Well thanks for the help guys, I like the ring pommel design for it's added retention and perhaps additional value as a single finger brass knuckle.
     
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    John,

    You may not be able to see the text, and it is difficult to impossible to tell from the photo, but the text in the "review" explains it.
     
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    Hso, I know how they work.
     
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