MISSION MPK-TI 10" TITANIUM FIXED BLADE KNIFE SERRATED
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Sold Date: 04/11/2011
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Militaria & Weapons
AAA KNIFE DEALS AND MORE andMISSION KNIFE AND TOOL USA PRESENTS: THE MPK-TI 10 10 INCH TITANIUM NAVY SEAL KNIFE OWN AND USE THE BEST OF THE BEST!! 100 % TITANIUM ALLOY! 40% LIGHTER THAN STEEL NON-CORROSIVE- WON'T RUST SUPER STRONG NON-MAGNETIC A GREAT KNIFE FOR MILITARY-CURRENTLY BEING USED IN MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS, THROUGH ALL BRANCHES OF THE US MILITARY! BUT ALSO ANYONE THAT WORKS OR PLAYS NEAR WATER OR MOISTURE. BOATERS AND SCUBA DIVERS ARE REALLY CATCHING ON TO MISSION'S KNIVES. MPK-TI (NSN 1386-0) was originally designed to meet the requirements of the US Navy Seals and Marine Corp Recon Units. YOU'LL BE GETTING THE 10 INCH VERSION! The MPK12-Ti has a 7.125" blade that is good for all military and law enforcement missions, yet the MPK12 is 40% lighter than comparable steel knives. Whether you are the EOD person working in sand, a recon scout in a desert warfare situation, or a mountain unit working in the frozen tundra, the MPK's titanium construction will not break even in subzero temperatures. It is also excellent for seaborne and humid environment operations since titanium will not rust or corrode. The titanium construction guarantees that it is both corrosion proof and non-magnetic and requires zero maintenance. The Kevlar & Hytrel handle (Orange for Coast Guard or high visibility applications) is so tough it can survive in any adverse environment and will not weaken when hot or subjected to UV. Built for the human hand, the handle is ergonomically designed for extreme hard use and long-term comfort. The MPK has been proven to be the "World's Toughest Knife" by 12 years of vigorous SOCOM military usage without a single broken MPK in the field. Use it, abuse it, put it away wet or dirty, this knife will last a lifetime. MPK10-Ti 10" Titanium Knife This heavy-duty, lightweight knife was designed to be worn on the leg or hip of US Navy SEALS, with the famous dual lock system of a snap and rubber D-ring on the Hytrel & Kevlar sheath. This is the same design as the non-magnetic EOD MPK-Ti 12” knife used in undersea de-mining operations. These knives are immune to salt water and almost any other chemical attack, so they do not need cleaning. No MPK has ever been broken in the field and unlike steel, it will not break in arctic conditions. It holds its edge and is easily field sharpened. This titanium knife is 40% lighter than steel and ergonomically made for the human hand. Simply put, the Mission MPK is the finest dive knife on the market today. There is a highly polished version available for high visibility and different handle colors are available upon request.
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The Basic advantages of Mission Knives are:Corrosion Proof: Mission Knives are corrosion proof in all naturally occuring environments. The Mission MPK Seal knife has been soaking in seawater for over 5 years without a hint of corrosion or rust. Weight: Mission Knives weight are 40%-50% lighter than steel. Heat and Cold Stability: Mission Knives are more stable in extreme temperatures and they will not break in subzero weather whereas steel can and will shatter. They will not break, crack, or chip under impact or stress at these various temperatre extremes of hot or cold. Strength to weight ratio: Mission Knives are superior in its strength to weight ratio compared to all available steels and ceramics Non-Magnetic: Mission Knives are magnetically inert (Non-Magnetic) and are used by the Navy SEALS, Marine Corps and Air Force EOD Units to defuse magnetically triggered mines and devices. Flexibility: Mission Knives may be flexed or bowed repeatedly without undergoing rupture. They have 50% of the modulus of steel and will therefore bend at least twice as far as steel before breakin...
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