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Jean Pierre Martin

A lover of technique and precision, Jean-Pierre Martin, auto mechanic and later self-taught blacksmith, naturally came to cutlery for the love of beautiful things. His different professions have led him to develop skills recognized by his colleagues to solve the most delicate technical problems. He started creating knives, with skinner type hunting knives and part cutting, then a few years ago he took action on his first folding knife (razor) and faced new technical problems ...

His meeting with various world personalities of cutlery will allow him to discuss these technical difficulties, which he is not the only one he encounters. And then, to start making his own idea of ​​what a knife can be, although these first very classic tests still allow him to do it with his hands, but very quickly Jean-Pierre begins to improve his technique by working, among other things. , in a physical and elegant optimization of the opening system and this in accordance with your personal vision of beauty and ease of use. He thus adopts the use of a ball to unlock the liner lock. In some models, he will even remove the visible mounting screw from the blade shaft.

Jean-Pierre Martin has also developed a miniaturized mechanism that fits 3mm thick pads and is controlled by a button. This technique allows the use of a linerless locking system or even a pump ...

All the knives of it are removable (to fine tune the settings and for any maintenance). Jean-Pierre even goes so far as to create certain specific parts necessary for his knives such as the bolts and nuts for the blade shaft of some of his parts.

He recognized today as a major player in French cutlery and also a member of the "Deutsche Messermacher Gilde" (Guild of German Knives).

Brand: Jean Pierre Martin Model: grand basie
Knife with a high level of finishes, made by the French craftsman Jean Pierre Martin with the name Grand Basie built with RWL34 stainless steel blade. Sash closure system with Side Lock. Handle with carbon fiber scales with inserted clip and flush level, this is activated by pressing at the end.Watc..
Ex Tax:739.67€
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