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They are made in Japan. If you get one try and make sure the lock os secure on the one you buy. Inpurchased one and the lock would not break loose but it would flex with pressure on the spine. AlMar replaced it with a new knife that has none of those problems. Some were made in Seki Japan and the newer ones I think are all made in Moki Japan. They are great knives.
 

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They are made in Japan. If you get one try and make sure the lock os secure on the one you buy. Inpurchased one and the lock would not break loose but it would flex with pressure on the spine. AlMar replaced it with a new knife that has none of those problems. Some were made in Seki Japan and the newer ones I think are all made in Moki Japan. They are great knives.
 

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I would love to be able to get the gunner grips for a new Sere operator with thw s30V steel! I wonder if there was enough interest if we could have a batch of grips made?

It may be worth looking into after things at Simonich knives have settled down a bit and Rob's wife has had a little time to get a better handle on the business. I had just read about this knife with the grips a few days before I read of his passing over Thanksgiving weekend. What a loss to the gun and kife industry both.
 

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Brother Maathias

if your lock will not pass a spine whack test you should call AlMar knives and ask them about getting it fixed under warrantee. The knife I bouight would flex ththe lock with pressure on the spine and they replaced the knife with a new one for me no questions asked when I shipped it in. The new one locks up tight with no flex or play in the lock.

Is the edge holding something you have found with all VG-10 blades or specific to the Sere 2000?
 
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