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We've got Steel Warrior/Frost and now Taylor S&W. What about all of those unknown brands and Unbranded knives out there. Many say China Stainless, or just Stainless, Rostfrei, Inox, or nothing at all. Or maybe you have a knife with a brand name you're not sure of and would like to know who actually owns the TM and is the brand worth the money (Rite Edge, Fury, Maxam, etc.) We all got 'em, lets see some of them and hear what you think about them.
How good are the M-Techs? Are they made by Master Cutlery?
That black owls head whittler is sweet, what steel are those done in?
Wow, great info on that. Thanks, Dale.
D ale said:
Unique and really kinda cool! I agree on the possible market :)
J.J. Smith III said:
I've got a couple of the US Classic whittlers myself. I see that the wharncliffe whittler is a dead ringer for the Steel Warrior wharnie.
Never knew that they were supposed to have been designed in Kentucky though.
My US Classic (user) is a dead ringer for my MasterCraft Humpback whittler (keeper).
Someone asked me about this knife probably about 6-9 months ago. I think I started the conversation here. I really didn't have much info on it as someone had given it to me. It is has been a reliable beater knife for about a year now. If you're looking for a junk drawer special, or a rope knife for the boat that you don't have to worry about falling overboard; this knife might fit the bill. I've been very happy with it. It is called "The Claw" and is made by Fury (Joy Enterprises) Current models feature a fully serrated blade.
Fury The Claw 4" Serrated Blade, Folding Pocket Knife with Rubber Inlay Handle
Thumbstud for Easy Opening
Ideal for the Handyman or Handylady420 Stainless Steel Blade
Pocket Clip and Easy Grip Rubberized Handle