Microtech Cypher MK7 S/E Gray DLC Standard Wharncliffe OTF Automatic Knife 241M-1DLCGY
Note: Automatic Knives may not be shipped outside of the United States. Additionally we cannot ship to the following states: Delaware, Hawaii, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington or the District of Columbia.
Blade Length Restrictions may apply to Connecticut and Vermont.
Microtech Cypher MK 7 is a production version of the A. Marfione/D.C. Munroe collaboration. This out the front automatic knife is a substantial tool, yet insanely lightweight for its size. It's slender enough to keep on your person daily while the blade length will lend itself to an extended serious use. The Cypher MK 7 is one collaboration you won't want to miss out on. The Cypher MK 7 has lots of Monroe style including the milled cutout on the Wharncliffe style blade, handle milling and 3D machined titanium pocket clip. This version comes with a black DLC coated blade, blade hardware and gray handle.
Brand new item directly from Microtech Knives, USA.
Blade: The long Wharncliffe blade combines powerful cutting performance with an elegant slender look. Premium stainless steel blade was chosen for its edge retention and corrosion resistant properties. The grinds have a fine stonewash finish while the flats are satin, both coated with a fine black DLC coating. It deploys via a dual action automatic mechanism for fast, smooth operation. Simply press the thumb slide up to open and then back down to close.
Handle: Milled, Gray anodized aluminum offers over 5 inches of handle, long enough for extra large or gloved hands. It has contoured milling with smooth edges for excellent hand and finger placement. It is built with Microtech's proprietary Black hardware, integrated titanium striker pommel with lanyard hole and titanium pocket clip. The side of the handle includes the production date, individual serial number and logos.
Carries via a right hand, tip-up 3D machined titanium pocket clip.
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