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MSK1 Mini Review – How About A Neck Knife?

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The MSK1 Mini can either be carried as a companion knife to the larger MSK1 or you can use it as a neck knife. Let’s see how well it performs at some of that “knife stuff”. Oh, and check the balance 😉

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14 thoughts on “MSK1 Mini Review – How About A Neck Knife?

  1. Thank you for clearing up the hollow grind issue on that knife, have the m.s.k. 1 and when I took possession of the knife that was the first thing that I noticed, I personally think it is a great knife. As far as the price goes I think you get what you pay for I have several Dave Beck knives including the w.s.k. and I’ve got to say if you want real quality and a product you can stake your life on with the upmost confidence you better be willing to pay for it, thanks for doing this series, I think they are good products if you don’t want to buy it don’t buy it ,but don’t complain.

  2. Good video Boss , Look very good knife . Even it is good as a EDC Knife ,
    I Think This knife is very best choice for Maxpedition Pocket Organizer type’s Survival kits set up .

  3. Hi Brian
    I have a couple of cheap knifes and some which cost more I got a MSK1 for my birthday and love it. Ok it a bit expensive and I paid a heap of money to air freight it to Darwin AUSTRALIA. I love it and could be happier, it is worth every dollar I spent.

    1. Thanks for letting us know. It is always good to hear from and actual owner/user as opposed to so many who are just rashing the knife because of the price or because of what they saw someone else say

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