General Lee 2 Knife by QTRMSTR

Feb 26, 2016

Category: Gear

As the guys at QTRMSTR tell it, they’re a knife company built by and for gun-guys. What they mean by that is they aspire to be a company that builds knives of such a high caliber, that you’ll never have to think about buying another knife ever again. The General Lee 2, the first release from the Texas company this year, seems to fit the bill.

The 3.5-inch long tanto blade sits in a full titanium rocker chassis, each piece of which has been individually milled and assembled by hand to specific tolerances. Both the titanium handle and the S35vn stainless steel blade have been lightly stone washed and then smoothed by hand for a perfect finish. The knife is 8-inches long in total, and weighs in at just over 5 ounces. What makes this knife so incredibly unique is its open/close action. Operating more like the suspension of a Formula One race-car that your typical folding pocket knife, there is nothing else like it on the market. You can pick one of these up for around $350. [Purchase]

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