Busse Mud Razor
Knife Collectors Org. Review:
The Busse Mud Razor is the brother of the Busse Hell Razor, but is a much rarer version. Little is known about this version, and it was a smaller run than than the Hell Razor. The key difference between the Mud Razor and the Hell Razor is that the Mud Razor does not have the lines along the blade (CBT Technology) but only has a single blood groove. Many Busse collectors prefer the Mud Razor over the Hell Razor because of this. The lines along the Hell Razor make it difficult for to strip the blade of its coating, but the Mud Razor is easier to do because of the fewer lines along the blade.
Editor’s Rating: 8/10
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Blade Length: 7″ x .187″
Length Closed: -NA-
Overall length: 9.5″
Blade Steel: Busse INFI Steel
Blade hardness: Rc. 58-60
Blade Finish: Coated (Black, Tan, Urban Grey, Green. Optional [+$35]: Desert or Jungle or Urban Shadow Camo)
Weight: 14 oz.
Lock Type: -NA-
Carry System: -NA-
Handle Material: (Customer’s choice)
Knife Type: Fixed Blade
Country of origin: USA
Part #: -NA-
Production Status: Discontinued
Last Known MSRP: Premium Member Content (see FAQs)
Current Estimated Price: Premium Member Content
Production dates: Premium Member Content
Production numbers: -unknown-
Limited run?: No.
Other things of interest: –
Rarity Index: 9.5/10 (10 being the most rare)
Rarity index scale (1 to 10, 10 being the most rare):
1 – Very common; easily available on ebay, google product search and almost every knife selling website. Spammed with at least 10+ listings on ebay.
3 – Has been around for at least 2 years and are selling reasonably well, with retailers favouring other newer models over this knife.
5 – Knives that are on the borderline of being discontinued or have been discontinued for less than 6 months
6 – Products from 6 onwards are either discontinued or limited edition.
7 – Discontinued knives that pop up once every few months on the “For Sale” part of forums or on ebay. Still can be found at a few online shops though.
8 – Knives that need lots of researching to find. Not available anymore in online knife shops and pop up (if you’re lucky) >4 months for one at a time.
9 – Knives holding this rarity are the shadowy kind. You can’t find any information on them at all (not even from online knife shops that have not taken down that knife’s product page). If you see one for sale grab at all cost.
10 – The rarest of all knives. If you hadn’t been here you wouldn’t even have known that it existed. Should you have one of these you better lock it up in a triple-combination safe and treat it like a family heirloom…