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New to the market. Veteran owned, made in U.S.A.

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Looks like they are sold out.



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They are sold out for now. I just talked to the owner. He expects to have them back in stock by the weekend. He said he will be sending out a free shipping code via the newsletter sign up on the website.


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They are sold out for now. I just talked to the owner. He expects to have them back in stock by the weekend. He said he will be sending out a free shipping code via the newsletter sign up on the website.


I just subscribed. Hope he gets them in this weekend, I'm going to order a knife from him. Veteran owned and made in America for <$70? Sign me up!


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They are sold out for now. I just talked to the owner. He expects to have them back in stock by the weekend. He said he will be sending out a free shipping code via the newsletter sign up on the website.


Sounds good. I have also signed up for his newsletter, and am interested in his knives. Thanks for the heads-up!



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They are sold out for now. I just talked to the owner. He expects to have them back in stock by the weekend. He said he will be sending out a free shipping code via the newsletter sign up on the website.


Sounds good. I have also signed up for his newsletter, and am interested in his knives. Thanks for the heads-up!


I just confirmed with Dave, the owner, that they should be ready to ship out by Saturday at the latest. But hopefully Friday evening. Demand has exceeded production abilities because he refuses to allow a knife that is not truly razor sharp go out.

Be careful with these… when you get them in hand. I have see a young police officer run his thumb down the blade “to check the edge” and it went to the bone.

I also confirmed that he will be including a free shipping code in the e-mail to all of his subscribers.


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Hope he gets a decent amount in. I want to buy one.


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They are in, just bought two, has free shipping offer, Use code: JCTSHIP4FREE at checkout, nice folks. Dropped him a link to this thread, maybe he'll pop by.



 
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They look well done.

I wonder why he called the one a Nessmuk? A Nessmuk is a specific kind of a knife. They are pretty strongly upswept skinners. They are associated with Canada.




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Just received mine in mail today, fits my hand perfect and they are right when they say it's razor sharp. The Kydex Sheath will make it easy to slip in my boot or vest.
I love a USA made knife.
 
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Received my M2 Nessmuk today. A very nice piece well made, solid and has a bit of heft, the handle is smooth and contoured for easy indexing, the sheath is tight and retains the knife as well as it has an adjustable belt loop mounting system for different size belts.

It was received in just a few days, comes in a nice presentation Box


Knife in packaging


Knife out of box in Sheath


Knife out of sheath

Back Side of Sheath


Showing belt adjustment feature


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Just my Nesmuck out of the mailbox.
I agree with the other posters, nice knife, very sharp.


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Received my M2 today, also. Very nice knife, especially for the price.
 
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I know these are new, but man! there's no reviews anywhere!

Ah, well, M2 due in tomorrow, so I guess I'll see for myself.
 
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I know these are new, but man! there's no reviews anywhere!

Ah, well, M2 due in tomorrow, so I guess I'll see for myself.


How about this?




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Thanks. I'd skimmed through that before (actually sat and watched it this time), but was hoping someone had taken one out and whomped on it a bit.
 
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I know these are new, but man! there's no reviews anywhere!

Ah, well, M2 due in tomorrow, so I guess I'll see for myself.



My Video on YouTube from training this morning.

This is not a formal review but I beat the heck out of my M-2 and it still shaved my arm. Also, I had a leather sheath handmade by Outrider Leather… Rich Leonard. Outrider Leather FaceBook


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My Video on YouTube from training this morning.

This is not a formal review but I beat the heck out of my M-2 and it still shaved my arm. Also, I had a leather sheath handmade by Outrider Leather… Rich Leonard. Outrider Leather FaceBook





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