MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

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MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

Postby liquidator96 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 8:32 pm

I picked up this little beauty a few days ago for a Brown, (or a Tenner if you'd like).
It has a 5" handle with a 4" blade, a right handed thumb stud only, all metal construction & a pocket clip, which is removable, which is what I did.
Its another MTech copy, this time of a Cold Steel Ti-lite, but at a fraction of the cost, it well made, sharp & I think its a cracker for the price.

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Re: MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

Postby Geordie Ross » Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:50 pm

They don't usually tickle my fancy, but that is rather good.
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Re: MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

Postby the blade master » Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:57 pm

hi dave
could you let us know how it stands up to being used
after a while
cheers mick :D
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Re: MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

Postby liquidator96 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 10:39 pm

The look is what primarily attracted me, as I was also dubious about 'switchblades', something I've always wanted to own, but there illegal of course, so this was the great compromise, :D

Now I haven't really used it much, I have however dug mud, grass & gravel from my boots today and it didn't seem to effect the edge, (I did a paper-cut test afterwards & was as sharp as when I received it).

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Re: MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

Postby Lone Wolf » Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:32 pm

be nicer if it was silver do they do a silver one? I just got me a cold steel kudu and a kubotan just because they where so cheap and I didnt have a ring lock or a kubotan in my collection.

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Re: MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

Postby liquidator96 » Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:49 pm

Unfortunately it doesn't come in silver/plain steel, but the scales are aluminum & I'm sure you could give it an 'acid wash' to remove the black coating.
I personally wouldn't know how to go about that, but maybe someone from this forum would know, failing that there's always YouTube & 'tinter-web, :D

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Re: MTech Stiletto Lock Knife.

Postby Lone Wolf » Tue Oct 22, 2013 5:18 pm

I wouldn't try thats the kind of thing you need a shed for and I have no shed :cry:


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