” Is the glock version worth double the value of the MFH? “
Due to the fact reading your post, lostplanet, I’ve been digging about in several Boxes and Bergans hunting for the Glock version of that knife that I nonetheless have, but it really is hiding at the moment..
Hunting at your posted photograph I can’t see any glaring distinction in between that version and the Glock. I recall the Glock has a compact flush fitting ‘cap’ in the butt, which I think covers the finish of the tang, which is threaded and secured by a nut. I do know the word Glock is imprinted at the base of the blade, but apart from that the knife and sheath appear identical. No matter if the steel is of the similar good quality or hardened appropriately remains unknown.
Prior to I retired I was involved in testing that specific Glock knife, with each other with knives from a quantity of other makers for a distinct objective. All round,the Glock performed effectively adequate, as a knife, and the optimistic ‘click’and safe hold in the sheath was effectively regarded, as was the manage when gripped with gloved hands, but the knife was not excellent for use in the function for which we necessary it.
The eventual choice went to a Hopkinson knife which fulfilled the function much better, despite the fact that to suit most of us, considerably binding of the rather flat manage scales with Squash racket grippy tape was the well known upgrade..