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Just because you can,
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This forum is constantly costing me moolah...


Me too.
I have zero need for another knife but saw this a few days ago and ordered a Nessmuk. Arrived today and haven't had time to give it a good going over but impressed so far. The workmanship if the blade and handle are exceptional, especially for a Made in US and at this price. The only minor critique is the makers mark is kind of light and hard to read but for me that doesn't matter at all.
I'm a user, not a collector. The knife itself feels great and is by far the best value out there.


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Me too.
I have zero need for another knife but saw this a few days ago and ordered a Nessmuk. Arrived today and haven't had time to give it a good going over but impressed so far. The workmanship if the blade and handle are exceptional, especially for a Made in US and at this price. The only minor critique is the makers mark is kind of light and hard to read but for me that doesn't matter at all.
I'm a user, not a collector. The knife itself feels great and is by far the best value out there.


Ordered the same this morning. Smile




 
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There seems to be a preference for the M2. May I ask what is the attraction over the M1?


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There seems to be a preference for the M2. May I ask what is the attraction over the M1?


I chose it because I liked the curved grip more than the straight one on the M1. Will see if it matches expectation. Wink




 
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I liked the look of the grip and now that I have one, it feels better to me too.


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Posts: 7221 | Location: NE GA | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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"Please tell me" this is not the same Oerla Chinese knife rebranded as the M1.
https://www.amazon.com/Oerla-T...YTRX#customerReviews

Also this one is a ringer for The TENASI I was thinking of buying.
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Posts: 4162 | Location: White City, Florida | Registered: January 11, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Boy they sure look alike
 
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Daniel I think you got some explaining to do.
 
Posts: 294 | Location: NE Kansas | Registered: March 28, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The description mentions a retired veteran that helped design the knife.
Could be the same design, different manufacturer.


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Posts: 7221 | Location: NE GA | Registered: August 22, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The description mentions a retired veteran that helped design the knife.
Could be the same design, different manufacturer.


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Excellent. Sold out for now but I will keep an eye out. Does he have a shop in East TN?
I would love to stop by. quote.


He does not have a shop anymore. The knives are made in a machine shop in Georgia as he outgrew his basement. If you’re ever near Bradley County, send him a message on his Facebook page to meet up or look for him at local vendor tent events.

Daniel
Cleveland, TN



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"Please tell me" this is not the same Oerla Chinese knife rebranded as the M1.
https://www.amazon.com/Oerla-T...YTRX#customerReviews

Also this one is a ringer for The TENASI I was thinking of buying.
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I can tell you 100% that it is the same design but a completely different manufacturer. The Justin Case Tactical knives are made in Georgia. The M-2 cannot be found because it hasn’t been copied and made with a cheap process and cheap materials… YET.

Knife patents for small companies are notoriously difficult to get. And the Chinese don’t care about the American patent.

The Tenasi does have a similar handle but the blade looks pretty different in the Chinese version. I have no doubt they’ll copy it too.

Good eye, but the materials and manufacture process is 100% American. I have known the owner of Justin Case for a little while now and he’s a man of integrity. Reach out to him and I think he’d would talk with you about any concerns.

Also…I talked to him tonight.

Keep an eye out… I think free shipping is coming back!!!


Daniel
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Daniel I think you got some explaining to do.


You’re right… they look alike… but they are not alike… Dave Jones named Justin Case Tactical after his son. He is an Air Force veteran and long time law officer. No deceit on his part. I assure you.


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Thanks for setting the record straight. I frankly was astonished at the similarities. But I take you at your word.
 
Posts: 4162 | Location: White City, Florida | Registered: January 11, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I thank you for clearing this up as well. I’m satisfied and actually will order one.
 
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No more knives for me. After all the postings I have the ESSEE 3, 4,5,6. Now I have the Nesmuk 2 due in, in a few days. I promise, no more knives.
 
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Not sure how I missed this thread but I am now waiting on my M2 to arrive. I need another knife like I need another scar from playing with knives, but this send like a great deal and impossible to pass up.




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I just received my M2 in the mail yesterday. I didn’t think I needed another knife but this one arrived yesterday. I keep telling myself I do not have a problem. This is a very well built knife and a great value on the market. The owner sent a nice thank you email, which was a nice touch.


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Made in America my ass! That's some BS. the owner is so proud of his work that he isnt listed on the site. No phone or address. Only a gmail email for contact. and a 20 section terms of use.
 
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Made in America my ass! That's some BS. the owner is so proud of his work that he isnt listed on the site. No phone or address. Only a gmail email for contact. and a 20 section terms of use.
Do you think that this is deliberate obfuscation?

My money is on a piss-poor website that was just thrown together, either by the owner of the business, or by the low-bid "web designer."



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Made in America my ass! That's some BS. the owner is so proud of his work that he isnt listed on the site. No phone or address. Only a gmail email for contact. and a 20 section terms of use.
Do you think that this is deliberate obfuscation?

My money is on a piss-poor website that was just thrown together, either by the owner of the business, or by the low-bid "web designer."


I would say yes. I mean the site started out making wood gun concealment furniture and now Im supposed to believe that he designs and produced his own knives. Other than one picture. He doesn't even maintain that they are made in the USA. Seems he is attempting to make it look like they are though.
 
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