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Maserin Nimrod - Carbon Fiber or Desert Micarta

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Item #: MAS-480CF

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Designed by Tommaso Rumici

Nimrod was a descendant of Ham, represented in the Bible in the book of Genesis as a mighty hunter and a king of Shinar. Italian knifemaker Tommaso Rumici has used this name to represent his second collaboration with Maserin. Coltellerie Maserin is one of the top knife manufacturers in Italy. Located in Maniago, the "city of knives", they produce some of the best quality knives on the market today.

The Maserin Nimrod is a large folder with a 3-1⁄2" drop point blade of Bohler M390 stainless at 59-60 Rc., with a stonewashed finish. Available from A.G. Russell™ Knives with either carbon fiber or natural canvas Micarta® handle sides. Opens with a traditional thumb slot. The locking mechanism is a lockback with the thumb release positioned mid-way between the pivot and butt ends. Has a glass breaker tip at the butt end and a reversible pocket clip placed for tip-up carry. Measures 5-1⁄4" closed. Weighs 4.8 oz. Made in Maniago, Italy.

Option A

Maserin Nimrod - Carbon Fiber

Item #: MAS-480CF $199.00
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Option B

Maserin Nimrod - Desert Micarta

Item #: MAS-480DTM $179.00
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Option A

Maserin Nimrod - Carbon Fiber

  • Type
    Folder
  • Blade
    Drop Point
  • Blade Length
    3-1/2"
  • Finish
    Stonewashed
  • Blade Steel
    M390
  • Rockwell
    59-60
  • Lock
    Mid-Lock
  • Handle
    Carbon Fiber
  • Closed Length
    5-1/4"
  • Clip
    Reversible/Tip-Up
  • Weight
    4.8 oz.
  • Origin
    Italy

Option B

Maserin Nimrod - Desert Micarta

  • Handle
    Desert Micarta
  • Weight
    4.5 oz.

Maserin Knives

Maserin was established in 1960. The owners, members of the family who founded it, have built this company on the tradition of the artisan blacksmiths who were the reason Maniago became known as the "city of the knives". Maserin ®, and Maniago in general, has modernized their knife making processes using laser, CNC, and other current technology, while maintaining high quality and building on traditional models, many of which they continue to produce. In Maniago, they are responding to the challenge of market globalization by finding ways to keep new generations interested. They continue to exhibit an entrepreneurial spirit, new marketing strategies, and a constant improvement of production standards.

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