Lansky Madrock World Legal Knife
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In 2014, Lansky Sharpeners began its collaboration with Danish custom knife maker Mikkel Willumsen by introducing three of Mikkel’s original Urban Tactical knife designs.

Denmark’s knife laws are fairly restrictive, which was the impetus for Mikkel Willumsen to design a knife that could be carried not only in Denmark, but also in other countries or jurisdictions where knife laws are quite stringent. Denmark does not allow blade locks, assists or one-handed opening. Using these legal restrictions as design guidelines, Willumsen created the World Legal knife. The World Legal has become the most popular of Lansky’s knives, prompting Lansky Sharpeners and Willumsen to add to its World Legal™ Slip-Joint Knife series.

The newest addition to the series is the Madrock World Legal knife.

The Madrock is an excellent quality slip-joint knife that can be carried just about anywhere in the world  and boasts design features beyond the original World Legal knife. A few of the upgraded features include same blade length yet with a shorter overall length and reduced weight of almost 2 ounces for an enhanced everyday carry experience, an inwardly curving blade, a low-profile deep pocket clip, and a tactile rubberized grip that resists slipping even when wet.

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*Always contact the local government for the most recent knife-carry regulations.

With a 6.75” overall length and a 2.75″ 9Cr18MoV Blade, the Madrock World Legal Slip-Joint is a knife that can be legally carried in most countries. It has a two-position, low-profile deep pocket clip for right or left-handed carry, and a comfortable nylon handle with slip-resistant rubber grip. The new Madrock World Legal knife will be available for purchase on April 1, 2015

To learn more about the Madrock and the rest of the World Legal Slip-Joint Knife series visit

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