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Maxam® "The Rock" Extra Heavy-Duty Lockback Knife with Leymar™ Handle

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  • This knife features 420 surgical stainless steel blade that is 1/8 thick, nearly twice as thick a"
  • The Rock is perfect for skinning an animal and sturdy enough for the daily use of an electrician or
  • Comes with a heavy-duty Kelvlon™ pouch
  • Measures 4-5/8 closed, 8-1/2" open"
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Product Description

This knife features a durable Leymar™ handle and AISI420 stainless Japanese steel blade that is 1/8" thick nearly twice as thick as many ordinary pocket knives which provides for a more secure lock. Comes with a heavy-duty Kelvlon™ sheath. Measures 4-7/8" closed 8-7/16" open. Limited lifetime warranty. Gift boxed. Item Summary: Knives/Multi-Tools Folding Pocket

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1 x 2.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000OWT3VG
  • Item model number: SKMX102
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,048 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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4.1 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jackolantyrn356 on February 17, 2013
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I'm not sure who is more embarrassed, but the lack of planning on a good concept produced this ofdd over sized hand knife.
It has a good plastic like handle, a super sharp blade from the word go, but also has an enormously strong spring and an inconvinent lock on top. Yesm there is a blade button to open it with one thumb.... It takes practice, but in about 2 or 3 moves it will open with one thumb and a lot of effort. The end result is a loud click and a very close posssibility of slicing the edge of your fore-finger. watch it. Now, once opem ot os a very nasty thing to be pointing at anyone. It has a good balance feeling if yopu lean the top of the blade on the top of the blade. It is not bad and looks all business like with this adjustment.
I probably made the mistake of buying 3 of them, but in a way, I really like them. They are large pocket carrys, but still of good value. These are not "Bricks", but real "Rocls".... I'm not sure if the manufacturer has changed or not, but the ones I have are made with excellent Japanese Steel blades and were obviously assembled in Red China using a good sort of rubberized plastic handle.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By milesend on March 24, 2013
I'm not sure where I even got this knife. I do not think I would have bought it, given the 420 steel it is reported to have, but I am very glad that I DO have it!
It's been my yard dog knife for a couple of years, now. There is NOTHING I have not done to, and with this blade...and with a little sharpening once in awhile, it continues to excel at everything I put it through.
A guy needs a beater-knife. And his beater, better be good...this one is.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan C. Hunnings on September 27, 2011
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this is by far one of the toughest knives i'v ever owned. smooth opening, strong lock, and a hell of a cutting edge, even the serrations are razors. a actually ran over this knife a week ago with my mothers Van, and it did'nt even scratch the handle. tough as nails and perfection for the price, absolutely a knife worth buying for the person looking for durability, and a well made knife...HIGHLY recommended.
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By Zhenn on January 26, 2013
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This knife is basically well under $20. Anybody expecting Excaliber for this price range is a bit delusional. However, considering the price point, this is a pretty nice knife. It will not win any beauty contests, it is not exceptionally well made, it will not cut down the goblin hordes on your way to Mordor. It will, however, cut things you put in front of it. Keep it sharp, and it will do a good job of it. Expect to have to sharpen this once in awhile. The serrations are harder to do, obviously, but need it less. I'm not a fan of serrations, but these work fine for what I use it for.

The handle is very light-weight. I haven't a clue what its made of, but it will not stand up to any sort of extreme rigor. Its not to say its weak, its just not made for torquing around any of that silliness. Some basic pattern on the handle is inset, so not particularly helpful in gripping, and the plastic doesn't seem to be backed by much, which makes me believe that "extra heavy duty" would likely break this thing.

The lock-back seems sturdy enough, is nice and thick, as is the blade on this knife. Surprisingly so. I am not impressed by "420 surgical steel," since other cheap knives are made with the higher carbon content 440 stainless. Still, I haven't noticed the blade to be particularly soft, either. Then again, the toughest thing I typically cut with this thing is a summer sausage or cardboard. The fact that the blade is this thick does wonders for basic stiffness. Other blades in this price range are typically pretty thin.

The little pack it comes in is basically cheap nylon. It does okay for a bit, but will not stand up to rough use. Its okay, though, everyone who makes tools or gear makes something that will fit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PT on December 14, 2012
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Pros: relatively sharp, good shape

Cons: handle is extremely light, poor balance. Knife is not suitable for anything that requires "heavy duty"
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Good medium duty knife for the money, a good tool with limits with a good case. The blade is heavy duty, it is quite thick and sharp with very sharp serrations. The limiting factor with the knife is the medium duty plastic body of the handle, it has no metal liner so the plastic has to support the mechanism and the nice thick blade; the plastic handle is good medium duty construction but no match for the type of torque one could introduce with a good thick blade like this. Used carefully and appropriately for the knife's plastic construction I believe this is a great knife for the money. The case it comes with is sort of a medium duty fabric with a flap that is kept closed by Velcro; it is a selling point as it comes with the knife, however the Velcro is not at the right place so if I close it Velcro to Velcro the cover-flap is a bit loose. I think it will still retain the knife and work OK, all I can think is that the case must not have been designed specifically for this knife as the Velcro is off by over a quarter of an inch.
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By Daggerrose on March 2, 2013
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A friend of mine gave me one of these shortly before he passed on. I had put it away and thought of it after his passing. Long story short, it became my every day carry tool. I absolutely wore it out the next couple years. I made the big mistake of using the handle as a hammer and broke it. Put it away for awhile and then really missed it. Did a google search from info on knife found exact knife @ amazon.com. Ordered 3 of them and gave both son and grandson one each and of course I kept one. This is a great deal. For the price you pay buy two or three when you order. You won't be sorry. 100% satisfied.
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