RAT Worx MRX Automatic Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We cover a ton of EDC knives, but it’s not every day we encounter true innovation within the space. RAT Worx looks to make some noise with their MRX chain drive automatic knife.

After 3 years of research and development, RAT Worx built the first knife to operate on a miniature roller chain, with a blade that pivots on a permanently lubricated ball bearing washer system. The handle is constructed from black mil-spec II anodized T6 aluminum, while the 4-inch reverse tanto blade is built from CPM-154 steel. Each one is made here in the USA and comes with both a collector’s box and nylon zip case for transport. The knife retails for $300. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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