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Comment by John Bamford on January 10, 2018 at 13:59

Thanks Leo, I can recommend EnZo knives they make a great knife for the money.

Comment by John Bamford on April 3, 2015 at 7:12

Michael this knife is quite small so as to fit in with our strict knife laws .  90 mm closed with a blade of 70mm , so under 4 inches in length and with a blade of less that 3 inches.

"The PK70 is sweet to the eye and would be just as comfortable in the office, as it would in the field. The simple slip joint mechanism with a distinct half-opend stop coupled with a 70 mm blade is designed for easy opening and safe handling. Rock solid construction built to last, this may be the last knife you'll ever need. The PK70 was specifically designed to comply with the strict rules and regulations, necessary for legal carry, in the UK and other European countries."

They do various other models and some very nice fixed blades the Trapper and the Nordic being very nice knives , I would really like a Nordic in D2 .

Comment by Michael D. on April 3, 2015 at 6:58

Beautiful! I love the simplicity of the design. I must admit I never heard of EnZo but now I'm going to look around. Overall what's the length?

Comment by John Bamford on April 3, 2015 at 0:09

Doug , I haven't seen it written down about EnZo being made in Taiwan either , the information was from Stefan Schmalhaus on his video . I don't mind where the knife is made personally as all my knives have been imported from somewhere ! The Birk 75 looks a great knife and the only reason that I didn't go for that one is the lock gives me some problems over here . we are supposed to show a reason for carrying a locking knife if stopped by the police . A slipjoint on the other hand is legal to carry , if the blade is three inches or less , provided you don't intend to use it as a weapon .

Comment by Charles Sample on April 2, 2015 at 23:32

Nice knife!

Comment by Jan Carter on April 2, 2015 at 19:22

Love the look of this one John, glad it does not take as long to get to you

Doug, I would love to see that one too

Comment by Doug Thrower on April 2, 2015 at 16:16

I have the Birk 75 in curly maple and s30v blade. It is one of sharpest knives out of the box.  People mention these are from Taiwan, but have never seen that written anywhere. I bought mine from Brisa, straight from Finland, didn't take as long as expected. I can't recommend them enough for outdoor use. They're very well made and dependable.

Also love the scandi grind.

Comment by John Bamford on April 2, 2015 at 13:04

Here is a video on You Tube by Stefan of the linerlock version of this knife ,


Comment by John Bamford on April 2, 2015 at 12:55

Thanks Tim and Steve , EnZo knives have a good reputation here the EnZo Trapper being the best known. 

I guess a lot of folk would be put off by the fact that they are made in Taiwan but the Quality is reputed to be up there with other well known makes. I guess I will find out for sure soon . CPM S30V blades sound okay in either scandi or flat grind .

As all my knives are made abroad , ie not in the UK , I don't have a problem with Taiwan , certainly aren't Commies there !!

Price , £75 or $111 free shipping and no import duties here , you don't know how good that feels .

Comment by tim payne on April 2, 2015 at 12:15

beautiful knife john.  like that weaved look to the handles.

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