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Automatic Knives > Mikov
Mikov auto - excl. grind, filework
Item #79654
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Current price: $55.00
Starting bid: $55.00
Quantity: 1
# of bids: 1 bid history
Closes: Auction is closed
Location: www.mikovknives.com
Started: 9/13/2007 2:47:08 AM
Ended: 9/23/2007 2:47:08 AM
Seller: mikovknives (148)
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High Bidder(s): Denny Tattoos (9)
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First four models of Mikov automatic knives were introduced in 1989. Now 16 years later you can choose from almost 100 different varieties. All Mikov autos are side openers, blade is sharp only on one side. Unlike on other automatic knives the firing spring (actually two firing springs) can be easily replaced or removed that way you can turn the knife into a manual folder (if you live in auto unfriendly country).
NEW: All singlebladed models (including damascus + RWL-34) are available for left-handed users as well.

You are bidding on the knife pictured below. If leather sheath is pictured, then it is included with the knife for no extra charge. If the knife pictured below has stag, horn or bone scales then you are bidding on that particular knife. The same applies to knives with damascus and RWL-34 blade.

Mikovs are not high-tech autos but they are well built long lasting users with very safe locking mechanism. Dimensions: mirror polished blade 95 mm (3 3/4"), open: 215 mm (8 1/2"), closed: 120 mm (4 3/4").

Mikov automatic knives are made in Czech Republic - Europe.

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WILL SHIP ANYWHERE!! I accept all kinds of MOs, personal checks, certified checks, direct deposits and electronic transfers. Winner pays 8.00 USD for INSURED and REGISTERED air mail shipping and should respond within 48 hours from auction end. Please check here for payment instructions. If you do not intend to pay for this item, please do not bid on it. Thank you.

For references click here to see my feedback on the old Bladeauction site
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Talkblade forum and search for >>tanto<<.

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Q According to E-Mails I have received you have received payment for the knife in a timely fashion. Forget the springs and just send the KNIFE. I will buy the springs at a later date, due to the fact that you had not responded to my request for the springs until after I had already sent the money for the knife. Denny  posted by: Denny Tattoos  10/2/2007 10:19:00 PM

Q David, After winning this auction I had sent you an e-mail requesting that you add 2 sets of springs and adjust the price. No response except a request for the payment. I decided to go ahead and pay for the knife and purchase the springs at a later date. I made the payment to your account on 9/25/07, at 4:56pm from a Wells Fargo Bank Terminal #589568. I am holding the receipt in my hand NOW. I made the deposit by credit card cash advance which is the same as cash. The bank teller who assisted me was new at the job and perhaps she made a mistake. The money should be in your account and I am expecting my knife shortly. I heard another teller (also a novice) tell her to list it as a check deposit, I objected telling him it was a CASH advance and I thought listing it as a check would slow down the process. He told me if it did it would not be longer than a day. I am sorry for the inconvenience but I DID deposit the money and I suspect the problem lies with the KIDS at the bank. When you did not respond to me about adding the springs but instead sent an e-mail requesting money for the knife I hurried to the bank to get it done that day not realizing I did not have enough cash on me I got the cash advance on my credit card. I am not happy about this either, hopefully it will resolve itself. I will do some checking on the transaction at the bank tomoprrow. Denny  posted by: Denny Tattoos  10/2/2007 10:10:24 PM
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