Pictures of your Pohl Force Knives

Discussion in 'Pohl Force' started by RamZar, Aug 13, 2015.

  1. RamZar

    RamZar Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 3, 2013
    My Pohl Force Mike One Survival Serial# 13-0527:

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    3.75" blade of Niolox steel that's 0.20" thick. Contoured G-10 scale and titanium frame lock. Made by LionSteel.
     
  2. Pohl Force USA

    Pohl Force USA Moderator Moderator

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    Aug 11, 2015
    Nice knife! you have had this a while but is in great shape. The PVD coating is holding up nicely. Don't you agree though the ergo's are awesome? for me this knife is like driving a Mercedes , comfortable and smoooooth :cool::cool:
     
  3. dogrunner

    dogrunner Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 26, 2003
    Nice looking knife. How does the edge hold up on the niolox blades? @Ramzar or Anyone who has put theirs to work if you have any experience?
    thanks
     
  4. Pohl Force USA

    Pohl Force USA Moderator Moderator

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    Aug 11, 2015
    Hi dogrunner - I did touch briefly on the Niolox Steel issue in another post. Niolox is not that well known , or lets say many have not had any experience with the steel. I personally use a Mike One Tactical as EDC and use it hard. The edge holds really well, this is in my experience of course, I would also be interested to hear from others. Some say it isn't the easiest to get an edge back, but providing you maintain it I don't see any problems. I think it is probably up there with Elmax has also a 58-59 Rockwell. We use Lohmann Niolox , here is a brief description

    Niolox(Lohmann) - Stain resistant tool steel, with good edge holding and decent toughness. Contains niobium, one of the best carbide former, although there's not a lot of it(Niobium) in the alloy. In knives, typical working hardness range is 58-63HRC. Even without PM technology, it is a very fine grained steel, which obviously is a positive and aids with edge stability. Strangely, even though it's not an expensive alloy, not very popular with knife makers, mainly used by German, French and Belgian knifemakers. Supposed to have AISI D2 like wear resistance, and better edge stability.
     
  5. fstcarsknives

    fstcarsknives

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    Aug 11, 2015
    Very nice Knife, I am in love with my Mike three... Might think about picking one of these up, hoping they have a tanto model.
     
  6. dogrunner

    dogrunner Gold Member Gold Member

    Dec 26, 2003
    Thanks. I'm adding this one to my want list :)
     
  7. bushwacker1965

    bushwacker1965

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    Jul 12, 2015
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    My Pohl Force knives:thumbup:

    Best regards
    Martin
     
  8. Pohl Force USA

    Pohl Force USA Moderator Moderator

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    Aug 11, 2015
    Bushwacker - are you serious ! :D what a great collection, you have almost as many as I do and I sell them!! nice little Hornet there looks like one of the originals :thumbup: you need to get updated though , you have a few missing for sure. If you need any info's on the newer models shoot me a message anytime, am happy to help! Thanks for being such a good customer :)
     
  9. Pohl Force USA

    Pohl Force USA Moderator Moderator

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    Aug 11, 2015
    Hi fstcarsknives - you can breath easy, the new Mike does come with a Tanto Blade and I do now have them in stock. I will be posting some more pics very soon and will include the new Mikes of course !
     
  10. Riverwarrior

    Riverwarrior

    Sep 17, 2010
    November One
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    Riverwarrior

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  12. Riverwarrior

    Riverwarrior

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  13. Riverwarrior

    Riverwarrior

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  14. soldik

    soldik

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  15. Seneca18

    Seneca18

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