Microtech Socom Bravo Carbon Fiber Manual Bronze Collar Tanto Blasted Part Serrated 261-8CFTI

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  • Overall Length: 9"
  • Blade: 4" M390, Bead Blasted, Tanto, Part Serrated
  • Handle: 5" Aluminum/Carbon Fiber
  • Bronze Pivot Collar
  • Pocket Clip: Titanium (Tip up)
  • Liners: Titanium
  • Weight: 3.5 OZ
  • Produced by Rike Knife
  • Origin: China

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  • 4
    MICROTECH SOCOM BRAVO CARBON FIBER MANUAL BRONZE COLLAR TANTO BLASTED PART SERRATED 261-8CFTI

    Posted by Philip modenos on Sep 28th 2022

    High quality as expected but hard to open

  • 4
    MICROTECH SOCOM BRAVO CARBON FIBER MANUAL BRONZE COLLAR TANTO BLASTED PART SERRATED 261-8CFTI

    Posted by Philip modenos on Sep 28th 2022

    High quality as expected but hard to open

  • 5
    Socom bravo...

    Posted by Johnnie Shepard on Sep 26th 2022

    Fantastic build quality and machining. Definitely cheaper than if had been made here. Great knife great company eknives are a fantastic place to get all your better-high end knives

  • 5
    SOCOM BravovT/E Partial...

    Posted by Anthony Gage on Sep 25th 2022

    When Microtech announced they were having a knife made br Rike (China) knives, many of us were at worst outraged and at best skeptical. As time went on and the Bravo made it into the market, we realized this was a quality knife that, if made in the States, I'm guessing would have easily cost $600 or very likely, even more. The Bravo's quality is fantastic. Perfect centering, razor sharp out of the box, titanium handle with carbon fiber overlays, and rock solid lock up. Microtech posted a torture test video on YouTube that is pretty impressive. The knife is thicker and beefier than the Elite. It's a large pocket knife that means business. It feels great in the hand and there just aren't any real downsides here. It's something that is more mass produced than even an Ultratech I suspect but the quality is top notch. I haven't been able to handle a Microtech/Rike Anax but the reviews of that knife are stellar as well. I think the Bravo is here to stay and that's a good think. The service from Eknives remains unsurpassed as always. If you're on the fence about this knife, don't be. You won't be disappointed. Now, what we need is a Shadow DLC version!

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