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Maserin Cutlery Hunter 1 blade Olive Wood handles 440C steel Satin finish 125-1OL

Rated 4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$48.16

This is the Maserin Cutlery Hunter, has Olive Wood handles and the steel is 440C.  The blade finish is Satin.

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Satisfaction Grace: 14 Days

SKU: MA1251OL Category: Brand:

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This is the Maserin Cutlery Hunter, has Olive Wood handles and the steel is 440C.  The blade finish is Satin.

 
*Our opinion:  The pull is a 4.  The Maserin factory effort on this knife as compared to their entire catalog is 6.

 

Maker: Maserin Cutlery
Model: Hunter
Frame: Stainless
Handles: Olive Wood
Maker ID: 125-1OL
Condition: New/Mint
Lock Type: Lockback
Blades: 1
Blade Style: Drop Point
Backsprings: 1
Pull: 4
Blade Steel: 440C
Hardness: 58/59HRC
Blade Thickness: 105/1000
Closed Length: 3 15/16 inches
Blade Length: 3 1/8 inches
Edge Length: 2 11/16 inches
Overall Length: 7 inches
Weight: 3.15 oz
Factory Box: Yes
Blade Finish: Satin
Maker Effort: 6
Country: Italy

 

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  1. One person found this helpful
    KenSchwarz1965

    4 out of 5 Great design, minor execution flaws

    (verified owner)

    I have 3 of these Maserin Hunters now: the one and three-blade versions with smooth olive wood covers and the two-blade version with the polished dark wood covers.

    Beautiful design and materials make them standout knives, but they’re not so precious to discourage regular use. The olive wood covers have a dry, soft texture, and mate perfectly flush with the bolster and pins. The main blade smoothly opens and locks with zero play. The lock release button requires a robust pinch but nothing super-human. Blades are sharp out of the box and centering is good. One of mine has back springs with minor gaps, and another with a machining scratch in the tang of the main blade—per Mike Latham these kinds of imperfections are par for the course; I’ll dock them one star. These flaws have zero impact on usability so I have no practical concerns recommending them and believe they are a great value.

    The three-blade version with hooks and two-blade version aren’t as comfortable to hold as the solo blade knife, as you’d expect. For EDC, the single blade version is the best.

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