This week we’re spotlighting the new and improved edition of Quartermaster’s Mr. Roper. This beefed up model improves on its predecessor in every way, proving that sometimes the sequel can be even better than the original.
We have this knife available in two varieties; a stonewashed tanto blade or a limo-tinted drop-point. The blade on each is 3.5″ long, with an overall length of 8″, making it over an inch longer than the last iteration. Both blades are constructed from CPM-154 stainless steel. The action works very smoothly thanks to the new implementation of the patented ORB pivot system. Even the lock gets an update on this guy, with the addition of a hardened steel lockbar insert making this super secure.
The handle shape is very simple but comfortable to hold, with the G10 scales giving you a firm grip. I’m personally not a huge fan of the way they look in combination with the stonewashed titanium model, but the limo finish alternative is very sleek and attractive. Both models sport a nice, sturdy frame-lock. The pocket clip is good and snug while still sliding on easily, so you can safely stow this knife with no struggle.
Overall, the upgraded Mr. Roper from Quartermaster totally steps up the game, leaving the old model in the dust. To learn more about this knife, click here. To see our full inventory visit knifecenter.com