Trending: Medford Micro Praetorian

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Trending: Medford Micro Praetorian

Today's trending gear for Tactical Tuesday can be summed up in a word: tanky. The Medford Micro Praetorian brings a completely overbuilt design quality to a manageable EDC sized folding form factor. This little big knife features a 2.8" long, D2 tool steel blade, with a 0.19" thickness and a drop point geometry. While it might be on the shorter side of the knife spectrum it's still built like a tank with beefy proportions, measuring 1.25" wide and 0.5" total thickness. Closed, it's just under 5" long. Aggressive jimping on the spine of the blade and handle, combined with a G10 scale on one side, give plenty of grip on the knife. Elongated thumb "nicks" in the blade allow for ambidextrous deployment, securing into a beefy liner lock. Finally, an emergency glass breaker pommel and a straight pocket clip round out the details of this made in the USA knife. If you prefer an overengineered, tactical EDC with a premium feel, check out the Micro Praetorian by Medford Knives at the link below.

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Is it really a $600 blade?
Not really. I don't see the value. Other than their brand name is known to make overbuild, i.e. thick and chunky.