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Manu Laplace Azerbaijan Walnut with 300 WIN MAG brass casing

The most expensive knife I’ve ever had! But for sure one of the coolest of my collection.

I bought this knife at Coutellerie Brossard in Lyon, France. I saw it in the showcase and I immediately fell in love with it!

This knife has a beautiful shape with a black PVD coated blade, a handle made of walnut wood (imported from Azerbaijan), a 300 WIN MAG brass casing insert, and decorations along the back as well as on the inside of the handle.

Beautiful piece of art and a great addition to my collection.

It is very comfortable in the hand, although I have just cut paper with it and honestly I think that will be the toughest test I will put this knife through.

I like this knife because is a very accurate representation of me.

Walnut is my favorite wood.

Black is one of my favorite colors.

The brass casing insert that represents my love for guns, specifically rifles, and shooting.

The shape of the blade and handle are just simple yet functional and comfortable.

The liner lock mechanism is in my opinion safer to use than a frame lock for example.

The details engraved on the back and inside of the handle.

More information on the Sanvik 19C27 steel.

As always here are the photographs!

  • Steel: 19C27 (Sandvik)
  • Blade thickness: 3 mm
  • Blade length: 8 cm
  • Closed length: 11.9 cm
  • Overall length: 19.9 cm
  • Locking mechanism: liner lock

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