Reminds me Real Steel Megalodon.I've been absent from these particular pages for quite some time, but I got a few likes for a few older posts today, was reminded of my enjoyment of this thread's subject matter, and caught up with what I've missed since last I stopped by. Over the years I've acquired quite a few TI/Ti knives as my appreciation for that handle style and frame locks grew and there's still quite a few in my stupidly large accumulation that I've yet to share.
Here's a couple file photos of my CKF MILK. I had searched quite a while for one of these and finally found this Prototype model about a year-and-a-half ago. I paid a little too much for it, but there aren't a lot of these around and I'm glad to have it.
Reminds me Real Steel Megalodon.
The Carson Boiling was actually the predecessor to Real Steel Megalodon, an amazing knife that actually kicked the MILK out of my collection. It has the best flipping action out of any knife I've handled including ShirosJust googled that one--sure are more than a few similarities. I'm particularly struck by their common projection and extremely forward stop-pin location.