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Maserin Reactor

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Item #: MAS-681BL


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Nicolai Lilin, a Russian writer of Siberian origin, designed the Reactor in recognition of the Russian navy special forces who rescued a kidnapped oil tanker off the coast of Somalia using only knives. They could not use firearms because of the possibility of explosions. In 22 minutes, they took into custody the pirates who had kidnapped the merchant ship and were holding it and the crew hostage.

This is a large lightweight tactical folder with a titanium reverse side handle and a bright blue G-10 obverse side. The 4-1/4" strongly clipped blade is D2 at 59-60 Rc. with a stone washed finish. A fuller on both sides of the blade adds strength to the blade. This is a frame lock with a hardened steel insert at the end of the titanium locking arm where it engages the blade. Includes a reversible tip-up stainless clip and a glass breaker at the butt of the handle. Measures 5-3/8" closed. Weighs 5.8 oz. Made by Maserin in Maniago, Italy.

  • Type
  • Blade
    Clip Point
  • Blade Length
  • Finish
  • Blade Steel
  • Rockwell
  • Lock
    Frame Lock
  • Handle
  • Closed Length
  • Clip
  • Weight
    5.8 oz.
  • Origin

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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