- Company: MacGray & Co.
- Knife: Mako Folder
- Designer: MacGray & Co.
- Length: 8 1/2 inches
- Blade: CPM 154, saber grind, modified drop point design
- Lock: Titanium Liner Lock
- Handle: Black Micarta Handle
- Ambidextrous thumbscrew
- Stainless steel variable clip
An All-American Knife
The MacGray & Co. Mako Folder knife is made in San Marcos, California, with quality materials from small American suppliers. The frame is milled from Grade 5 titanium for an excellent combination of strength, weight reduction and corrosion resistance.
The Mako sports a tried and true locking liner, which is self-adjusting to wear and prevents the blade from closing on the user’s hand as it grasps durable Micarta or G-10 handles.
The Steel: Two Great Choices
The blade is ground from your choice of two steels.
D2 is a high carbon, high chromium steel that offers excellent resistance to wear and abrasion, holding an edge very well. It is often referred to as “semi-stainless” due to its high resistance to corrosion.
The other option, CPM-154 stainless steel, is created in a process that produces a uniform distribution of the carbides. This provides material consistency, greater resistance to breakage and toughness. It’s an excellent stainless steel with high wear resistance.
The Blade: Strong and Sturdy
The satin-finished blade has a sabre grind for additional strength and sturdiness. MacGray & Co. harden, cryo-quench and temper blades in house.
No Detail Left Untouched
The Mako sports a stainless steel, .25-inch pivot with a bronze pivot bushing. It features a stainless steel pocket clip, hardware and ambidextrous thumb screw.
A Lifetime Guarantee
Each MacGray & Co. knife is made by three guys who love what they do. It’s no surprise that they stand behind their work with a lifetime guarantee and are committed to giving the highest level of service to knife enthusiasts.
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