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Maserin Scout Micarta

18+
£39.95 - £41.95
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The Maserin Scout is a classically styled pocket knife with a non-locking blade with a cutting edge under 7.6cm (3") long, making it legal to carry within the UK at the owner's discretion.


The D2 carbon steel blade is incredibly sharp with a half stop to help prevent accidental closure.


The handle is micarta which is an extremely tough material in a choice of either green, red, orange or blue. Please be aware that the blue version has scales which are very dark that almost appear as black or dark grey.


There is a lanyard hole too so you can customise your knife with a lanyard of your choice.

SKU:
MAS163-$$
Brand:
Maserin
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
8.2000
Overall Length:
18.5000
Blade Material:
D2 Tool Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.19
Cutting Edge:
7.4
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
10.2000
Pocket Clip:
No
Handle Material:
Micarta
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
65
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2019-03-05 00:00:00
Special Label:
Recommended
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
39.95
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
One Handed Opening:
No

Description


The Maserin Scout is a classically styled pocket knife with a non-locking blade with a cutting edge under 7.6cm (3") long, making it legal to carry within the UK at the owner's discretion.


The D2 carbon steel blade is incredibly sharp with a half stop to help prevent accidental closure.


The handle is micarta which is an extremely tough material in a choice of either green, red, orange or blue. Please be aware that the blue version has scales which are very dark that almost appear as black or dark grey.


There is a lanyard hole too so you can customise your knife with a lanyard of your choice.

Specification


SKU:
MAS163-$$
Brand:
Maserin
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
8.2000
Overall Length:
18.5000
Blade Material:
D2 Tool Steel
Blade Thickness:
0.19
Cutting Edge:
7.4
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length:
10.2000
Pocket Clip:
No
Handle Material:
Micarta
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight:
65
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2019-03-05 00:00:00
Special Label:
Recommended
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
39.95
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
One Handed Opening:
No

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Reviews


  • 5
    lovely knife

    Posted by Richard on 28th Aug 2020

    had mine for about 4 months now. it came very sharp out of the box, excellent fit and finish to it and easy to maintain the edge with a quick strop. i've used it pretty much every day and it goes everywhere i go. simple but effective and does its job very well. overall, a great little edc knife for the money.

  • 5
    “Really very nice !”

    Posted by Frank Einstein on 18th Jun 2020

    I like this little Maserin.I chose the red handled version and very stylish it is too.The cloudy finish to the D2 carbon steel blade complements the Micarta handle scales nicely.My knife arrived very swiftly,HH customer service always excellent. This example is perfectily made and will,i’m sure a pleasure to own and use. As a professional knife sharpener I use starcke matador 7000 grit wet and Dry paper on a piece of glass with wd40 as a lubricant to finish a knife edge but the Maserin factory edge on this knife is at a very high standard and couldn’t be realistically bettered. Overall a very nice pocket knife that has subtle Italian flair and style and a simplicity that is quite appealing.

  • 5
    Love it!

    Posted by Mark on 12th Jun 2020

    It's true. Listen to the high reviews. I bought this a month ago and it's been my main work knife since. It didn't come really sharp but my Lansky stem quickly brought a great edge up that ice kept going since with a strop and a steel. The micarta handle is lovely in the hand. Thick enough for hard work but thin enough to pocket.. The slip joint works nicely with no play. The blade doesn't fold onto your index finger because there is enough gap before the sharpened portion of the blade..so it feels safe to use while being easy to deploy. The blade shape makes it a great all round slicer and work knife and it squeaksinto uk legal carry with a sharpened edge just shy of 3 inches. Fit and finish is good and for under £40 it's great value. Get one, you'll love it!

  • 4
    A Great Value Knife

    Posted by Jin Kaa on 10th Jun 2020

    I finally pulled the trigger on this knife after Paddy's Potato Peelers review and discount code drop via YouTube, so thank you to Paddy. And as always Heinnie Haynes processed & delivered my order in their usual timely and efficient way, thanks Heinnie. With Micarta and D2 steel, the Maserin Scout offers quite a lot of knife for the price tag in my opinion. The Micarta scales are good quality and the colour shades are a pleasant shade or two darker than they appear in the images, which I can foresee only improving with the patina that pocket time offers. The D2 Blade has a nice matt grey appearance, is relatively sharp out of the box, has zero play at the pivot and possesses a really good half-stop, something every slip-joint owner appreciates. The only observations/criticisms perhaps worth consideration are the Blade length (not the cutting edge) at just over 8cm, this could be a concern for some. The Blade on my version also closes very much off centre, the Blade doesn't scrape, but is far enough over where I will probably attempt to gain some adjustment during its first routine maintenance. Finally the inner edge of the metal liners appear quite sharp, something that could effect certain hand sizes or differing level of use/grip in my opinion.

  • 5
    Perfect modern sod buster

    Posted by Doddy on 7th Nov 2019

    Having decided a sod buster is my favourite pattern, a modern interpretation was deemed appropriate for my collection. What works for this knife is the following: -for the money, amazing fit and finish. -lovely stone washed blade, allowing for a more subtle looking knife that isn't a smudge magnet. -gorgeous micarta scales that feel very tactile and grippy, which will patina nicely with age. -slim profile and light weight is great for subtle pocket carry. -blade shape is easy to sharpen. -half stop is not traditional, but a welcome feature. -came hair poppingly sharp out of the box. -made in a famous knife making district of Italy, classy. Negative? For me, slightly too long over all, more a medium sod buster size. A junior size is more appropriate for the UK, however, this is a fairly non threatening knife design. Buy one and enjoy!

  • 5
    Brilliant

    Posted by Arren on 4th Sep 2019

    Just got mine (only ordered yesterday, thanks heinnie!) And I love it. It's the perfect gentleman's knife. It's a full sized uk knife but because of it's slim fit and classic design, it's not intimidating and shouldn't rise too many eyebrows when you use it. The finish is Matt and very understated but oozes quality. Blade is perfectly central and shaves better than my razor out of the box. This will probably be the last pocket knife I ever buy

  • 5
    Great working pocket knife

    Posted by Adam on 9th Aug 2019

    Can't recommend this knife enough. Phenomenal fit and finish for under £40. Great steel and edge. Plus super fast service from heinnie as usual. Thanks again!!!

  • 4
    I Like It

    Posted by DS on 6th Aug 2019

    Received mine today, less than 24 hours after ordering! A simple design, but smart in an understated way. Fit and finish are good, although not PK70-perfect. Blade is not well centred on my example. It would have been nice, at this price level, to have an included slip pouch, and perhaps a key for the torque screws, but you get neither. The red I opted for is a muted Burgundy colour, which looks very tasteful, and I also like the way Maserin have chamfered or rounded all the edges on the handle and on the non-cutting parts of the blade, which makes for a supremely comfortable carry and hold. Some may find the backspring a little on the gentle side, but I like it as it is, and there's a reasonable half-stop should you overstep the mark. I can't comment on the steel properties as this is my first D2 blade, so time will tell, but overall I can see myself using this knife often, and with enjoyment.

  • 5
    Opinion transformed

    Posted by Alijami on 8th Jul 2019

    When I first reviewed the Maserin Scout I wasn't happy with a number of points and eventually moved the example on. However its price point in particular allowed me to give it a second chance. One feature in a modern folder I rate highly is a finger-safe ricasso at the half-stop and the Scout has that. Have had to give my Benchmade Propers a free pass there. The edge length is pushing the 3 cutting edge friendly carry limit and the finger-safe ricasso results in blade length in excess of 8cm, something I like to avoid. My solution was to reprofile the blade length to 76mm. I don't expect others to do that but I mention it because I and others have slightly disparaged D2 as more difficult to sharpen. I am pleased to report that my Lansky aluminium-oxide hones were not troubled by the D2. Would still prefer a more stainless steel, but hey, have warmed to D2 in the Maserin Scout. Fit and finish is excellent, the latest example exhibiting spot-on centering. A lanyard hole (without modification effort) and no pocket-clip suits my carry. Visually attractive micarta scales. At the price-point you can't go wrong.