We just got a few of the MT151-1 and MT151-2 OTF knives into stock. The HALO V series is extremely popular. These knives, the 151-1 and the 151-2 are identical except the 2 has a part serrated blade. Both of the models have an absolutely stunning two-tone blade. The blade is D2 stainless steel with a DLC black coat on part of the blade. These OTF knives open automatically when you fire the trigger button. To close them, you pull the base of the handle out to full extension (look at the Microtech Halo pictures on our store site) and this resets the blade. I especially like the length of this knife as well as how the contoured handle fit in the hand.
Blade: 4.6″ Overall: 10.75″ Handle: 6.1″ Weight: 5.8 oz. Nylon Sheath Included
Yesterday, we put three new Microtech Scarab variations into the system. Each of these new OTF knives have a tanto blade. One is plain with a bead blast finish, one is black with a plain edge, and the other is black with partial serrations. As you may know by now, we are huge fans of Microtech knives. They are made solid. They perform. Check out the new SCARAB knives and pick one up today.
Here are the specs:
AUTOMATIC OPENING – AUTOMATIC CLOSING – FRONT OPENER ACTION: DOUBLE ACTION – AUTO FIRE/RETRACT LENGTH OPEN: 8.370” to 8.643” (INCL. GLASS BREAK) BLADE MATERIAL: D-2 RC 58-59 BLADE SIZE: .125” T X .850” W X 3.424” L BLADE STYLES: SINGLE EDGE, Tanto Point HANDLE MATERIAL: 6061-T6 ALUMINUM MIL-SPEC HARD COAT ANODIZE HANDLE SIZE: .485”T X 1.335” W (INCL. BUTTON) X 4.946” (INCL. GLASS BREAK) OPTIONS: SINGLE EDGE, PART SERRATED, BLACK POCKET CLIP MATERIAL: 301 STAINLESS STEEL FULL HARD TRIGGER: 303 STAINLESS STEEL WEIGHT: 3.8 OZ
Microtech’s Ultratech stands as one of the very best, if not the very best, out the front knife that has ever hit the market. The Ultratech has gone through very few modifications over the years, it is just that good. Every once in a while, Microtech releases a new version of the Ultratech, just recently, they released the 123 series. This particular model, the MT123-7, has a single edge, plain blade with a tanto point on it. The blade finish has a bead blast finish. If you like tanto point knives, then this is the OTF knife for you. Like each of the Ultratech’s before it, it has incredibly smooth, tight action on the spring that fires the blade open fast and locks up tight. The handle is comfortable and easy to hold. Everything about the Ultratech shouts out quality craftmanship and top-notch materials. The Ultratech is the best for a reason. Check out the newest Ultratech’s in our shop if you get a chance.
We just put a couple of new knives in stock. The Microtech 110-1R and the 110-3R are both new in our store. These SCARAB knives have red handles and a plain edge blade and a fully serrated blade (respectively). We also put a couple of satin finish bladed Q.D. SCARAB’s into our store. The 111-4 and the 111-5.
Microtech continues to make market leading out the front knives. Their Daytona series are a continuation of the UTX85 OTF knives. At just 85% the size of an Ultratech, they have all the features you would expect from this wildly popular series of knives. They have smooth action, tight lock up, and amazingly incredible tolerances. The Daytona OTF is more convenient for every day carry and still performs like you would expect a Microtech to. This version of the Daytona, the MT1465-10, has fantastic brushed metal bubble inlays on both sides of the handle. This gives it a great Urban Tactical look. Check it out.
Our Automatic knives category has been expanding. If you haven’t seen it lately, come check it out. Great deals on high end automatic knives like Pro-Tech and Microtech knives. I especially like the newly re-released MT135 series. Fantastic side opening auto knives that are some of the best, basic side open auto knives available.
I am a big fan of Microtech. Their knives are made right. Strong, durable, and ready for action. Their newest fixed blade knife, the Crosshair series, is no exception. This fixed blade combat/survival knife is capable of nearly anything. It is sharp on both sides, which for a survival knife may or may not be what you are looking for. Here are the specs:
Knife Category: Fixed Blade Knife
Blade Style: Drop Point, Sharp on both Sides
Blade Length: 5″
Blade Material: S30V
Open Length: 10.25″
Closed Length: n/a
Weight: 14 Ounces
Handle Thickness: .75″
Handle Material: Multi Colored Camo Polymer
Clip: None–does have braided lanyard
Lock Mechanism: n/a
Glass Breaker: none
Sheath Material: Kydex
This beauty of a fixed blade knife also comes with a Kydex sheath which is suprisingly versatile. If you are hunting for a great knife, the Crosshair is one to consider.
We just got a couple of new styles of Makora II’s in. They are the 106-1Bub and the 106-3 Bub. These are incredible great looking Makora’s with a bubble inlay on each side of the handle. The inlay is a 3D imprinted metal that looks absolutely stunning. We should also have some new Daytona Microtech knives in by the end of the day today. Check out our Microtech section in the next few days and see all the great knives available.