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    Quote Originally Posted by lakelandman View Post
    HKUSP45CSSBroh Can we ask where you got it?

    https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/HK-M...k-311p2337.htm

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    Was hoping it was not HKparts bummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakelandman View Post
    Thanks.
    The reviews on Amazon are less than stellar.
    And on the eighth day, God made the HK P7...and he saw that it was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bastardsonofelvis View Post
    The reviews on Amazon are less than stellar.
    Yeah you have be careful on Amazon a lot knock stuff tons Benchmade.

    Just like this review I found

    I just received this and was pretty excited to add it my collection. I was not familiar with the HK brand, but was familiar with Benchmade knives. I read all of the reviews here and most gave it 5 stars. As soon as I took it out of the box, something struck me as odd. First of all, I took a look at the sheath. I have one that looks just this with the Winchester name on it. You know those cheap multi tools that are sold at Kmart, Wal-Mart, etc. Then I pulled out the multi tool itself and had the same feeling like I had seen this before! I quickly dug into a box where I had some older multi tools stashed, and found an old Winchester multi tool. All this tool is, is a rebranded Winchester tool, anodized (Painted?) black, with two different tools in it. It is the same size, shape, etc. It is NOT made by Benchmade! It is a cheaply made Chinese multi tool!! The tool I received is also different than the picture. The picture actually shows two different tools after looking at it more closely. It is also odd that nobody mentions that none of the tools lock. I will be contacting the seller and returning this item.

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    I got one of them from HK Parts, and was incredibly disappointed. The blade was not sharp at all, it looked fairly cheaply made (said made in China), and there were no locks for keeping the blade or any other tool locked in the unfolded position. It was worse than any Leatherman that I've owned, and far less useful than my Leatherman MUT. I don't know if I got a cheap knockoff by mistake, but if not, I'd be embarrassed to have HKs name on it.

    This is the exact tool that I bought. https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/HK-M...l-311p2651.htm
    Last edited by dwillHK; 03-17-2017 at 09:02 PM.

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