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Microtech 142-143 Custom Damascus Combat Troodon OTF Knife Set of Two 142-143

Microtech

This is a Rare Set of TWO Semi-Custom Microtech Damascus Blade Combat Troodon OTF D/E Dagger Knife and S/E Single Edge Damascus 143 and 142

1st Knife This semi-custom Combat Troodon's features a magnificent Damascus Dagger Blade with a double edge. The blade has been machine ground, as opposed to the full custom hand ground blades that cost much more. The handle is black anodized aluminum with the Microtech Claw. The glass breaker, pocket clip and hardware are all tactical black finished. A custom Microtech pouch is included with this Combat Troodon. The pocket clip has the manufacture date 02/2011 and serial number.096

2nd Knife This semi-custom Combat Troodon features a magnificent Damascus blade. The Drop Point style blade has been machine ground, as opposed to the full custom hand ground blades that cost much more. The handle is black anodized aluminum with the Microtech Claw. The glass breaker, pocket clip and hardware are all tactical black finished. A custom Microtech pouch is included with this Combat Troodon. The pocket clip has the manufacture date 02/2011 and serial number.134

Microtech's largest OTF production knife is named after the Troodon dinosaur. The Combat Troodon is the really large version of the popular Troodon. Despite the size, the handle feels slim and comfortable. The action on these knives is excellent.

  • Overall Length:9.50"
  • Blade Length:3.80"
  • Blade Material:Damascus
  • Blade Styles:Dagger and Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.75"
  • Handle Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:5.80 oz
  • Models 142 and 143.

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