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Miller Brothers Blades Overview: Medieval-Looking Knives, Swords, Machetes

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It was at Blade Show that I first heard of Miller Brothers Blades
and man, was I intrigued. They were batoning STEEL – nuff said. And so in this video I’m going to give you an overview of some of the options they have available. If you want more info, definitely check out their website (link below).

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7 thoughts on “Miller Brothers Blades Overview: Medieval-Looking Knives, Swords, Machetes

  1. Love the blades, and thoroughly enjoy your reviews. However, it would be awesome to see something like a afforable EDC, or college student EDC video (similar in style maybe to your Lowe’s bucket). Being a younger 20-something myself, a lot of items reviewed are awesome, but not practical (either from a budget or size constraint view).

    That’s just my 2¢! awesome videos! love what you do here!

  2. Wow those are intense blades. Love them. I like custom blades alot more than mass production. I wish I had more to buy some of these. My thoughts are so much more goes into custom blades it is not just a machine punching them out. With custom blades the maker has to make it great know their stuff because it is not mass produced I think they are much better

  3. Prefer production customs are good but dont justify 5 or six times the price of a production thats as good especially these guys they are expensive i love knives i can use not to showcase

  4. Both production and custom blades have their benefits. I make and use nice custom blades but also use cheap beaters all the time. Sometimes you don’t want to use a $350+ blade to clear a fence row where you know there will be nails and wire. A premium kitchen knife is a thing of beauty though.

  5. Yes I prefer custom knives cause you can choose what is best for your needs and requirements like sizes, steel, design, grind, leather, kydex, wood, G10 or micaita and colour.

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