jojo
Many friends questioned the strength of the straight jump, whether it was durable, whether it would be unlocked without any reason?
Of course, there were a lot of violent tests of video, but I didn't think that fully explained the problem, so I did a test.
From 2006 get this Makora beginning, long-term, extremely heavy use.
This is a half-toothed black-coated fire ant that has been slicing fruit, unpacking couriers, chopping wood, slicing pork over the years.
Teeth are almost worn out, the coating is almost gone, but it has never failed my trust, is still reliable and durable. Once when I killed a fish, the blood flowed in and smelled, so I washed it with the faucet to dry it without any problem. This is the only way to maintain the fire ant.
To today, October 30, 2019, exactly 13 years, I think, I have the qualification to say: Microtech is making  a good knife.
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jojo
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nomoneyx
I have a similar 2006 Fire Ant that I carry and use regularly.  It still works great.  Pics of a Microtech with heave use seem to be rare. 
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