Future: I bought a Ka-Bar awhile back and tried cutting some thin pieces of wood
and the entire blade snapped in half! I'm never buying a Ka-Bar ever again.
Mission knives are far superior.
leandro nelson: quero eu façer o teste ok
johnnyasus86: do they hold an edge well
dragonxhero478: first of all it was the handle that broke, not the knife. Second, When
would you need to hammer a knife. Third, while you are limited to that
handle for the MPK10, Mission knives carries different knives that come
with different handles like skeletonized, cordwraped, and like the one in
the video G10. Also he is showcasing the knife not the handle if you have a
problem get a different knife that has a different handle
Streylight1: I still have a mission MPT #95/100 it was a pre production or prototype. i
bought the knife back in '95 along with a benchmade pinnacle witch was a
pre production marked 350/1000 sadly the benchmade has been MIA for the
lsat few years. sometimes I still turn the house upside down looking for
that knife. it was the BEST folder i ever owned.
Kray Z. Bitts: Great, another 'rubber' knife, meaning no good for anything except on the
wall. what was its intended use, design?
MrTomrichard: Didn't really cut rope very good before or after the cinder blocks... and
cant show batoning on 2by4's, they split almost by first touch of any
knife... and I find serrations mostly useless and annoying, but that is
ofcourse a matter of opinion.
Fabrizio Gaucci: Great test, I think this is the first over youtube thanx. I think it's a
real badass knife.
MAX KAWS: Great work man!!
JuliusPepperwood: Great knife ,.,,,,.....,.................
adoby83: crapty knife. The handle broke simply when hammered into the tree. Fail!