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FS: Rare Talonite Flipper!!

Discussion in 'For Sale: Custom Knives (Individual)' started by jpinc, Oct 4, 2012.

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  1. jpinc

    jpinc Banned BANNED

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    Sep 27, 2011
    Hi guys up for sale is a very rare madd maxx micro flipper made by darrel ralph!!! With an extremely rare talonite blade!!
    Talonite is extremely rare due to the fact it destroys alot of knife making equipment easily!!! Making alot of makers not want to use it because its extremely hard to work with!!!but once the blade is forged it is superier to any other blade steel!!cost is the only issue!! You can leave talonite in salt water for 200 years and the blade will not rust!!thats how anti corrosive it is!!!fascinating stuff!!

    The madd maxx flipper is one of darrels most populist flippers!!! And this was featured in blade magazine years ago!!!
    There are only 10 in the world!! Hand Carved titanium!!! And hand satin finished blade!!!and this was the last one!!! Very very pocketable knife!!!absolutely razor sharp!!!flips real good too!!!shame to see it go!!!

    Price is $699

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  2. jdm666

    jdm666

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    Jul 23, 2011
    Blade length?
     
  3. jpinc

    jpinc Banned BANNED

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    Sep 27, 2011
    2 1/4 inch blade. it is the micro flipper.very pocketable and collectable.
     
  4. jpinc

    jpinc Banned BANNED

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    Sep 27, 2011
    bttt!!!price reduction.
     
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