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A. G. Russell Knives. Inc

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A. G. Russell Knives. Inc

A.G. Russell Knives is the oldest mail order knife company in the world. We sell only the finest cutlery from William Henry, Randall, Böker, Columbia River Knife & Tool, Kershaw, SOG, Benchmade, Spyerdco, Canal Street Cutlery, and more.

Website: http://agrussell.com
Location: Rogers, Arkansas
Members: 78
Latest Activity: Mar 4

HTM Madd Maxx 7 with Mammoth Ivory

An A. G. Russell™ Exclusive - Limited to 30 Pieces

Phil's Gibb's association with this monster of a knife (the Madd Maxx 7) stems from Darrel Ralph's presentation of the Madd Maxx 5.5 to Camillus Cutlery in late 2002. Phil, somewhat in jest, asked Darrel if he was ever going to make them in "men's sizes". Shortly after that Darrel presented Phil with the "Gibbs" prototype. Camillus put the knife into production, but only made 125 before the company closed. Today those knives go for absurd prices whenever they show up on eBay®.

Phil now works with us here at A. G. Russell and because of his history with the knife, between us and the folks at HTM the knife is simply referred as "The Gibbs". In 2012, Darrel, under the Hand Tech Made label, began to produce a version of the Madd Maxx 7 again. We offered them in our catalogs with great success and HTM has been producing limited quantities for us with a carbon fiber onlay.

To take the uniqueness of this knife to a different level, we worked together with Darrel and HTM to create this unique and outstanding version with a onlay of interior Mammoth Ivory on the obverse side of the Ti6A14V titanium frame and a 7" sabre-ground blade of CPM-S35V stainless at 57-59 Rc. with a handrubbed finish. The blade is engraved with DDR on the obverse side and HTM on the reverse side.

Like the original, this is a Frame lock. Measures an impressive 8" closed and weighs 11.7 oz. Ships in a black zipper pouch. Made in the U.S.A.

ype FolderBlade BayonetBlade Length 7″Steel CPM-S35VRockwell 57-59Lock Frame LockHandle Titanium/Mammoth IvoryClosed Length 8″Weight 11.7 oz.

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Comment by Alexander Noot on March 4, 2014 at 14:47

It's a very handy little blade. It's just long enough to do almost everything. Thick enough to feel solid enough while doing it. (1/8" thick steel or close to it)

The bone scales will acquire some nice character over the years. The titanium liners and backspacer make it lightweight and the deep carry pocketclip make for very unobtrusive carry. Honestly, there isn't a thing I don't like about it.....ok, maybe the thumbstud is a little sharp. But a little sandpaper will fix that in seconds.

The VG-10 steel is also a treat. Very good edge retention, fairly easy sharpening and will take a KILLER edge.

Comment by Robert Burris on March 4, 2014 at 13:05

That's a nice one, Alex. I see it has VG-10 steel, what do you think of it?


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Comment by Alexander Noot on March 3, 2014 at 0:51

A quick pic of one of my favourite knives. My A.G. Russell One Hand knife with titanium handle and bone scales.

I've been carrying that little knife for over a year now (not every day but at least once a week) and I'm still in love with it. The lock/closing system is simply one of the coolest ones on the market. It closes FAST, and smoothly. It looks great. Is comfortable in use and looks great.

If you've never used a knife with the A.G. Russell frontlock you owe it to yourself to at least give it a try.


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Comment by Steve Hanner on January 22, 2014 at 18:18
Thanks Jan, love to look through the weekly specials!
Comment by Jan Carter on January 22, 2014 at 17:56

January 22-28, 2014 Weekly Special
Any special prices will be in effect thru 1/28/2014
Keycode ED1401-4N

Comment by Robert Burris on January 22, 2014 at 8:23

It all sounds exciting. I am sure there will be some real dizzies.


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Comment by Alexander Noot on January 22, 2014 at 7:14

Haven't read anything yet.

Comment by Jan Carter on January 22, 2014 at 5:13

Does anyone know what the January release is?


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Comment by Alexander Noot on January 3, 2014 at 12:22

If you scroll down (or to the next page) there was this comment from the company  a little while back:


Comment by Jan Carter on November 23, 2013 at 14:39

We will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the founding of A. G. Russell Knives in 2014. Each month during the year we plan to offer a different knife marked with our 50th Anniversary logo to commemorate this milestone. Knives will range from limited editions of 50 handmade knives to 500 of some production knives, and others with quantities in between.
Be sure to follow announcements on facebook and in our weekly e-mails. Please share this information with your friends who have an interest in knives.

So I suspect he's got something in the pipeline. When I was over a year and a half ago they were working on some models that I haven't seen come out yet. So I'm sure they'll be coming along at sometime.

Comment by Robert Burris on January 3, 2014 at 9:28

Alex, you usually keep up with the latest news on here. Have you heard anything about a Anniversary knife, for Mr. AG.?

 

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