Microtech MSI Overview
Introduced at SHOT Show 2023, the Microtech Standard Issue (Microtech MSI ) is the latest addition to Microtech’s ever-impressive collection. Add this to your wish list today for up-to-date news and to also be among the first to experience the new generation of top-quality EDC knives.
- Reverse tanto blade with a stonewash finish made from Microtech’s exclusive Bohler M390MK steel
- Thumb hole for quick and also easy blade deployment
- Smooth and comfortable handle with black G-10 scales
- Features Microtech’s Ram-Lok system for safe and secure use
- Reversible pocket clip for tip-up deep pocket carry
The Microtech Standard Issue (MSI) is Microtech’s latest generation of folding pocket knife. The MSI has not only been built for heavy everyday use, but was designed to become your all time favorite folder.
Like everything Microtech produces, the MSI brings premium quality materials you can depend on to your pocket. The MSI comes sharp and stays sharp. Made from exclusive Bohler M390MK stainless steel, the MSI’s blade offers nearly unparalleled edge retention and corrosion resistance.
The MSI’s five inch long handle is made with G-10 scales with a steel frame and titanium backspacer, keeping the MSI as lightweight as it is comfortable and durable. Featuring Microtech’s Ram-Lok system that includes the iconic “X” button on both sides, you can put the MSI to work with confidence.
There’s a lot happening in the knife world these days, and it’s going to be an exciting year. Be sure to check out our coming soon category to stay up to date on the latest announcements.
FAQ On Microtech Knives(Microtech MSI )
- What is so special about Microtech knives?
Microtech knives are made from high-quality stainless steel, and they’re built to withstand heavy use. The blades are also heat-treated to make them even stronger. Another factor contributing to the reliability of Microtech knives is that they’re extremely well-made.
- Does the military use Microtech knives?
Offered to all Law Enforcement, United States Armed Forces, and First Responder Service Personnel, at a drastically discounted price and also backed by our Lifetime Limited Warranty, you’ll never have to worry about your knife losing its edge in the line of duty.
- Do Microtech knives hold their value?
Collectible knives, especially Microtechs, the factory will actually help you determine if the knife you are buying is theirs or a clone. Of all the investments, collectible Microtechs, if kept brand new or like new with the original box and also documents, consistently go up in value.
- Who uses Microtech knives?
the US Military
Microtech has designed knives for use by the US Military such as the HALO, UDT, SOCOM and Currahee models. Although Microtech has produced many styles of blades such as kitchen knives, fishing knives, arrow heads, and also balisong knives, Microtech is most famous for its tactical automatic knives.
- What is the most popular Microtech?
The Ultratech is one of Microtech’s most popular designs and is often considered the standard by which all other OTF knives are judged. It has a 3.4″ double-edge dagger blade made from Elmax stainless steel with a black finish.
FAQ On Folding Knives
- What is a folding knife used for?
A pocket knife is a knife that you can fold to store in your pocket. Few tools are as useful as a folding knife. They can be used to cut rope, webbing, seat belts; open boxes or peel fruit. They can be used for a bunch of different chores.
- Why are folding knives so popular?
While there are many reasons for this, it is perhaps the fact that they are smaller means there is a more concentrated space to work with which can constrain the cost of making the knife due to labor and other factors. Another reason is that folders are smaller and also tend to be narrow or thin.
- Who invented the folding knife?
1897: Joseph Opinel develops 12 different numbered versions of his original knife that are suitable for different tasks and/or hand sizes. The smallest, No. 1, comes with a ring so it can be attached to a pocket watch.
- What is the history of folding pocket knives?
The earliest known pocketknives date to at least the early Iron Age. A pocketknife with a bone handle was found at the Hallstatt Culture type site in Austria, dating to around 600–500 BCE. Iberian folding-blade knives made by indigenous artisans and craftsmen and also dating to the pre-Roman era have been found in Spain.
- What is the oldest folding knife?
The oldest folding knife discovered to date dates from between 600 and also 500 BC. The Celtic knife was found in Upper Austria and had an iron blade with a bone handle. Incidentally, the first Swiss Army pocket knife was introduced in 1891.