Description

Description
Features: CTS-204P Stainless Steel. Black Coating. 6061-T6 Aluminum Handle. Thumb Slide Deployment. Tip-down Pocket Clip. Lanyard Loop. Made in USA.
Measurements: 3.35" Tanto Blade. 0.13" Blade Thickness. 5" Closed. 8.3" Overall. Weight: 3.5 oz.
Due to steel supplies and suppliers, sometimes the steel used in Microtech Knives can change from what appears in the images we have online. We have no control over the steel used by the manufacturers of the knives we sell. 
Specs
Brand
Microtech
Country of Manufacture
United States
Blade Length
3.35"
Blade Thickness
0.13"
Closed Length
5"
Overall Length
8.313"
Finish
Black Coating
Edge Type
Plain
Pocket Clip
Tip-down
Knife Type
Automatic Knives
Opener
Thumb slide
Handedness
Ambidextrous
Country Of Origin
USA
Lock Type
Slide
Best Use
Everyday Carry
Product Type
Knife
CA Prop 65 Warning
⚠WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Model #
123-1
Knife Style
Automatic
Blade Style
Tanto
Handle Color
Black
Handle Material
6061 Aluminum
Blade Material
Cts-204P Stainless Steel
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MPN#: AUMT1231

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"We have no control over the steel used by the manufacturers of the knives we sell. "

No, but you don't have a huge stock of them...probably 10 at the most. You can just list what is on the box on your ad.

Seems very deceiving.

Great price though. MTs are outstanding knives.

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They seriously said something that stupid? Wow.

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Yeah. It is on the page when you click on the smkw link to buy.

Incidentally, smkw is normally stellar to deal with.

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Ordered one a couple of days ago. Mine just arrived today. It seems like a really nicely made knife. Mine was M390 steel which I'm happy about.

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Spare me silly politics. I buy quality.

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So they say...
Due to steel supplies and suppliers, sometimes the steel used in Microtech Knives can change from what appears in the images we have online. We have no control over the steel used by the manufacturers of the knives we sell.

They have no control over the steel used by the people that make the knives for them ?
I have control, over my wallet and it ain't opening.

Jeezus, you can send a benchmade back for sharpening, and they do it for free.

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But you can only send an automatic back to Benchmade if you do it through your local dealer, or if you are an "eligible" person (e.g., Military, Law Enforcement).

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Trust me, microtech has a great warranty and customer service. None of us buy benchmade anymore. Level up to Microtech

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“None of us” who are you speaking for?

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John Wick assassins guild members isn't it obvious?

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Was tempted to buy and went to their site to see their warranty. They offer a lifetime warranty, kinda, sorta, but all things wear out naturally.. I'll stick with benchmade. There's no questions there

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It's a bit ironic that someone would post on "gun.deals" recommending Benchmade. They've done a lot of political backpedaling to try to hide it, but make no mistake, they are not gun supporters. Maybe now that Les is gone, that will change, but don't count on it.

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