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Nemesis Mar Private Reserve VG-10 Knives

Nemesis Mar Private Reserve VG-10 Knives

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So what like $30 of this is that carbon fiber bolster? It's not terribly impressive when the Kizer Vanguard series are equivalent and cheaper.
The MPR-2 brings a 3.4” VG-10 blade to the table, which deploys via flipper tab and rides on caged bearings. Although the MPR-2 has the same blade length as the MPR-1, its predecessor, its blade is much wider, and the overall feel much beefier. “This design was chosen as MPR-2 because it was so different from the sleek and slender MPR-1 titanium lockback,” says Jeff Hall, Founder of Nemesis Knives and the man who inherited a stack of never-before-seen Al Mar designs last year.
Looks nice, only 10 bucks cheaper than knife center so not that great of a price. Not sure I'll bite.
what is a "private reserve" knife..? i get it when they market wine with that on the label but a knife?
DocZZZ
Al Mar's family evidently discovered a huge stack of old design drawings some time after his death. A "private reserve" of designs. So they are modernizing the materials and designs a bit and selling them.

You're right though, it does sound weird to have a"private reserve" knife.
DocZZZ
If you are going to hide any side of the blade, it would be the one that clearly says, "Made In China".
Has anyone else notice that most of the new knife drops lately don't show full views of both sides of the blade? Is this because they don't want us to know which knives have the Massdrop logo?
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So why do the photos not show both sides of the blade? That's my question...
Ray_NC
Because whoever set up the drop photos didn't think it was relevant. The only knives with a Massdrop logo are ones that are made as a collaboration. They have a little green box on the drop that says "Made by Massdrop". Otherwise it's business as usual and the knives are identical to their mass market counterparts.
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