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Post by JOE62 » Mon Apr 10, 2006 7:59 pm

Here's another my brother picked up for me. He got it at a flea market in North Carolina.I've seen switches like this marked China. The fit & finish is bad and the quality is poor. Could it be falsely stamped with Milano?
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Post by 9ball » Mon Apr 10, 2006 9:48 pm

Hey Joe62 :) ,

That's the first Fast knife I have seen with a nick/pull. :|

Other than that;
I got one here I picked up within the past couple of years stamped Italy. It is not a top of the line knife, but it looks and works nicely, no blade wobble, etc. It will jump out of your hand if you do not hold on. ::nod::
It looks similar, but something about it sezs China. :?
I do not know anything about it as far as who made them.

Mine does not have a nick though. I will try and post an image tomorrow, if one does not pop up. :) ::tired::


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Post by calico jack » Sat Apr 15, 2006 3:37 am

I've traded in this style with "Milano" stamps before. The distributor said they are not Chinese, but he couldn't prove it. The $5.45 price tag didn't bolster his claim of European make.

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