Mcusta Knives was very generous in donating 2 of their very nice folding knives to our 2021 and 2022 NSSP National Ambassadors. Mcusta Knives are made in Seki City, Japan. They are the pinnacle of traditional Japanese craftsmanship and modern cutting-edge technology. They use some of the finest materials to make their knives. The 2 knives donated to our NSSP National Ambassadors are listed below.
Mcusta MC-17V Knife. This knife has a blade length of 3.25”. Its overall closed length is 4.37” long. The blade material is VG-10 Steel. VG-10 is a cutlery grade stainless steel produced in Japan. The name stands for V Gold 10 (“gold” meaning quality). When we received this knife, the blade was razor-sharp. After a couple weeks of carrying and use, the blade is still razor sharp. The handle is made of Black Pakkawood. It is made in the Classic Wave handle design. One thing about the Classic Wave design is that it is easier to grip with your fingers placed in the “waves” of the handle. This knife comes with a right-hand tip down carry pocket clip, which is great for clipping easily onto your pocket. This particular model is a GREAT Everyday Carry Knife.
Mcusta MC-112D Knife. This knife has a blade length of 3.375”. Its overall closed length is 4.375” long. The blade material is VG-10 core Damascus steel. This blade features a 33-layer Damascus stainless steel blade with VG-10 core. The VG–10 steel core is sandwiched between Damascus steel on both sides. This knife features a stainless steel framelock handle. This knife also comes with a right-hand tip down carry pocket clip, which is great for clipping easily onto your pocket. This knife is actually a very fine knife which one person we showed it to called it a “gentlemen’s” knife.
Mcusta combines modern technology with traditional Japanese craftsmanship to produce hand finished custom quality production knives. Go to their website to look at the pictures of the knives listed above as well as the many knives they produce. Mcusta website is www.mcustausa.com
Thank you Mcusta for your generous donation to our NSSP Ambassadors. Timothy Gell and Anthony Gell
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