If you look closely at the first two pictures, the handle has yellowed slightly more exactly where it is exposed by the sheath.
The underside of the handle isn't a fair curve. It has a small swell. The maker's mark looks hand stamped, with the "M" deeper than the "u". The small notch behind the sharpening choil, and the lanyard hole being too close to the perimeter all point to a hand made knife.
The sheath is certainly tailor made, and matches the knife in every way. Sheathes get dinged up protecting knives.
Looks like a pretty decent stock removal stainless blade with paper micarta scales. The sheath outclasses the knife.
JMO. I like it.
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