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Reviews and Ratings for Mantis TA-2XL Master Fixed 3.75" Beat Blast Plain Blade with Guthook, Tire Rubber Handles

Mantis TA-2XL Master Fixed 3.75" Beat Blast Plain Blade with Guthook, Tire Rubber Handles2.000 (2 reviews)
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Mantis TA-2XL Master Fixed 3.75 inch Beat Blast Plain Blade with Guthook, Tire Rubber Handles

 

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Mantis TA-2XL Master Fixed 3.75" Beat Blast Plain Blade with Guthook, Tire Rubber Handles
3 out of 5
Jonathan
Oxford MS
Mar 25, 2017
Pros: Finish, Sheath/Scabbard, None
Cons: Blade Material, Handle Material
A $20 skinner
To be honest, I bought the knife because of the impressive discount that Knifecenter advertised for this knife. What I got was a $20 knife (what I paid), not a $120 knife (ERV). The design is pretty cool, and the sheath is relatively high quality, but the overall practicality of the knife is limited. The handle is narrow and not very ergonomic, and the depth of the belly makes smaller game skinning nearly impossible. Also Mantis seemed proud of their new MvX steel, but I found it too hard to be practical. All attempts at sharpening the knife (which I regularly use to keep my other blades shaving sharp) only dulled this knife further.
Mantis TA-2XL Master Fixed 3.75" Beat Blast Plain Blade with Guthook, Tire Rubber Handles
1 out of 5
Justin
Kyle, Tx
Jun 16, 2019
Pros: None
Cons: Handle Material
Terrible handle
Handle construction is very sub par. Only attached with a thin strip of epoxy. Broke the very time I used it. I paid $80 for the knife, now it's only $20, hunh I wonder why.