187 RMP - Discontinued
The 187 series of folders, named for the 3/16ths inch stock used throughout, is MKTs lower price-point offering for those absolute knife Pigs who want more than 1 MKT folder. If you are saving for the penultimate custom MKT blade or holding out for the Praetorian Ti, then we have something to tide you over. For the rest of us (who want to remain married) this series gets a man a hand-made American knife with rugged uniqueness that is truly American...every blade is absolutely unique. To maintain this amazing price-point we offer the 4 folders in this line as pictured only. There are no customizable options.

The 187RMP is the smallest folder MKT offers. The Ramp Nose style blade is absolutely functional and looks mean. The dual sub-hilt composition of the handle and blade offer superb grip comfort for all uses. This model offers a man a compact knife with as much blade as is possible crammed into the tidy package. When carrying a real knife is a must, but size, weight and space are a concern, the 187 RMP has no equal.

Total length: 7 1/2
Blade length: 3 1/4
Blade thickness: .190
Blade width: 1 1/4
Scale thickness: 3/16
Total thickness: 5/8
Closed length: 4 1/4
Weight: 5.2oz
Blade Steel
Deployment Locking Side
Deployment Non-Locking Side
Folding Blade Type
Hardware Package
Base Price

Product Rating:

Name: ImFeelingStaby
Gave a rating of: 4
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The 187 RMP is an amazingly capable cutting tool yet small in size that carries like a gentleman's folder. The forward finger choil under the pivot increases cutting leverage while the rear choil locks your hand to the scales. I have owned and sharpened several other competitors knives in D2. Medford's D2 is flat out superior, they have hit the sweet spot on hardness. The Vulcan finish is surreal. Sometimes I have to open the knife just to take another look at the blade. Great Knife!
on: 02-07-2015 05:08:02
Name: American1911
Gave a rating of: 4
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Amazing amount of cutting power from this small easy to carry knife.
on: 03-08-2015 03:46:17
Name: james Borremans
Gave a rating of: 0
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Most exciting knife I have owned since my grandfather bought me an electrictions knife when I was In 4th grade. He was an electrical contractor. Im 59 now and this will be passed on to my grandson. Both were and are hard use tools. A solid 4.
on: 10-10-2015 14:45:40
Name: Anthony trujillo
Gave a rating of: 4
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Awesome knife. Great value. My wife & I had a chance to take the tour, and after we saw ALL that goes into each knife... $425 is a steal of a deal.
on: 10-29-2015 18:11:05
Name: Tom Terry
Gave a rating of: 4
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This is an excellent utilitarian knife. Feels great in the hand, blade deployment is smooth, can handle many tasks. The knife is "American Made", the quality of materials and the craftsmanship is second to none. Everything about this knife, resulted in retiring my Hinderer and Chris Reeve knives. In fact, I placed an order for another 187 RMP from BladeHq!
on: 12-19-2015 13:14:54
Name: Link hampton
Gave a rating of: 4
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The market for 4 to 5 hundred dollar, American made, titanium and G10 frame locks has a bevy of choices if you drink the Kool-aid. The 187 RMP, isn't just the best choice in value for dollar. Having owned the "big 3" 2 of which I won't mention. I will say I was not hindered at all from striding away from them and continuing to rely on the 187 at work and play. I ask a lot from my tools and have yet to be let down from this little powerhouse. If you are on the fence about
on: 11-09-2016 11:04:49