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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by sogflash, Jan 13, 2020.
I think that Quartermasters "think tanks" are full of you know what ...
I got married in Driftwood about ~10 minutes from the facility and in the middle of the ceremony a black hawk hovered overhead and Jared + a few operators fast roped down to give their congratulations on our nuptials. True story!
I'm waiting for their Mr.Furley
OMG...they DO make a Mr. Furley! I was joking when I wrote that but I've since found it's real. They're even more pathetic than I first thought.
Some Metal doesn't show up on tests
That must mean...Quarterm5ster is in league with the Disney Syndicate!
Is there no bottom to this rabbit hole?
Perhaps someone at the China factory has changed their last name to American.
In all seriousness, does Quartermaster even have a website, because I can't find it.
It appears they vanished.
The Fortune Cookie was invented on the West Coast of Merican ether in Oregon or Los Angeles depending on which folklore you like! A way to get more customers coming back! So! A Merican made knife coming to a Fortune Cookie near you!
I don't believe anything has changed since 2017
Not bold claim. Proven fact:
Please note posts 3, 4, 20, 23, 67, and 72
I wonder how the retailers still selling Quartermaster knives can continue to do so when the company has apparently vanished ?
Thank you. That led me to finding that the parent company is Copiousity LLC. It was typed in the forum as LTD but it is actually LLC.
Link to their Trademark App showing QTRMASTR is registered to Copiousity Limited Liability Company: https://trademarks.justia.com/858/64/qtrm5tr-85864785.html
***EDIT***: Sorry, I missed that these links were posted in the original thread knarfeng linked. But here now for convenient reference I guess.
They're made in China, except, apparently, the ones sold by KnifeCenter.
If you look at the specs from Blade HQ , Country of origin is mysteriously missing.
It might well be a case of old stock. I can't imagine they're exactly flying off the shelves.
BHQ, New Graham, GP, all either stopped selling them or changed the country of origin info to stop calling them USA made. KnifeCenter refused to make any changes and continues to claim they're USA Made.
Being as you can't find the company with a search warrant , I guess the Unlimited Lifetime Warranty has vanished along with the company ?
Gotta have top secret clearance to gain information with a speed that high and a coefficient of friction that low. Slicker'n goose shit, one could say. Or even "slippery."
As a buddy put it, "high school cool."
From an older thread, showing the roper knife being made on the same machinery as a We knife
My name's Jared. Just checking in to see if everyone's forgotten about my scam yet? Thanks."
No, we didn't.