yup, way too much space between blade and liner. whether they screwed up the eccentric pivot setting or by a factory defect/lemon (it WAS an issue on some of the early ats34/440v-models.....) that liner come nowhere near the kick of the bladePiet.S wrote:The problem here is that the Millie has a lot of play between the blade and the liner.
This makes it easy for the blade to push the liner aside.
I'v seen one like this before and that was an older model with a concentric pivot.
The language in the movie is Dutch so it's possibly the same.
I do not believe this is to badmouth the knife but to show the problem in order to get it fixed.
Since I can't understand a word they're saying, I wouldn't be able to tell if that is their true intention. I'm sure they might be dumbasses. They may also be ignorant, but sincerely concerned knife users.denn wrote:whaddaya mean? those dudes in the video are dumbasses, period.
they think they made a great video to show how "bad" the military was. but they never bothered to see the obvious: that Mili needs serious work, and that M16 in no comparison because they engaged the LAWKS liner-lock-locker
they're just dumbasses
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