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    Username Post: MPK in the press        (Topic#884878)
    Phil36
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    08-30-10 03:50.05 - Post#2203056    



    Anybody picked up the October 2010 issue of Knives Illustrated? There is an article speaking very highly of the MPK. The author of the article put it to test against Tops and ZT knives - chopping frozen wood, cutting electrical cables and piercing a steel drum. The MPK performed just as well as the steel knives. Not bad for a blade that is made from a material that is, according to so many "experts", suitable for framelocks and bolsters but not for the blade.
     


    RickSchultz
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    08-31-10 00:57.54 - Post#2203722    


        In response to Phil36

    WOW, didn't see this yet.
    Hopefully Anthony will get some reprints and post the results!
    Thanks!
     
    tonijedi
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    09-16-10 22:13.07 - Post#2213546    


        In response to RickSchultz

    Does anyone know from which age the knife used is? It looks a pretty old one to me...

    Edited by tonijedi on 09-16-10 22:13.27. Reason for edit: No reason given.
     
    RickSchultz
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    09-17-10 02:07.22 - Post#2213626    


        In response to tonijedi

    I asked Anthony to order some reprints. I also asked him to post it on the website. Haven't seen the article yet, but looking forward to it.

    If it looked like an older one and performed well, must have been one of the ones I made !
     
    Phil36
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    09-19-10 01:46.45 - Post#2214942    


        In response to RickSchultz

    Sorry Rick but it's not one of yours. It's marked MPK 12-Ti. I'd post a scan of the article here but don't want to violate any copyright laws...
     
    RickSchultz
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    09-20-10 02:29.08 - Post#2215541    


        In response to Phil36

    Looks like a keeper if it is one of the rare ones that John actually heat treated.
     
    tonijedi
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    09-22-10 02:51.48 - Post#2217068    


        In response to RickSchultz

    • RickSchultz Said:
    Looks like a keeper if it is one of the rare ones that John actually heat treated.



    My MPK10-Ti has to be heat treated too
     
    RickSchultz
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    09-23-10 02:30.22 - Post#2217741    


        In response to tonijedi

    Yes my friend, it looks like your has been!!!
     
    fgau
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    12-05-11 22:14.58 - Post#2417244    


        In response to RickSchultz

    • RickSchultz Said:
    WOW, didn't see this yet.
    Hopefully Anthony will get some reprints and post the results!
    Thanks!



    Any chance to get the article? this would be very appreciated.

     
    RickSchultz
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    12-06-11 01:30.43 - Post#2417289    


        In response to fgau

    I dont have the article, but I think Green Beetle has been collecting them all.
     


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