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Millitt Perpetua from Massdrop

Discussion in 'Knife Reviews & Testing' started by flash900, Sep 12, 2018.

  1. flash900

    flash900 Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Jan 17, 2010
    Mine works well, looks great and has no issues.
    The blade is sharp and the grind is good.
    Smooth opening and closing after a modest amount of break-in to deal with out-of-the box stiffness.
    Drop-shutty with a wrist flick.
    No blade play of any kind.
    Thumb studs work great.
    Clip is strong and works well with lightweight shorts or jeans.
    Gimping seems just right.
    G-10 scales are grippy without tearing up your pants.
    Axis lock works well.

    The Perpetua feels great in the hand.
    Although made by Millit, I'd consider it a working knife more than a collectable piece.
    The blade is strong enough to take care of business and with an edge thin enough to be a good slicer.

    This knife is just a bit larger and heavier than I prefer these days.
    I bought it because it's made by the good folks at Millit.
    I was not disappointed.

    Nits: I'd like tlo see the Perpetua come with with a 2.99 inch blade, a deep-pocket clip and a pouch.
    With the nits, I rate it 9.5 out of 10.

    These are out-of-the-box impressions and will update later.

    Here are links to vids and impressions from two other owners:

    Last edited: Sep 13, 2018
  2. flash900

    flash900 Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Jan 17, 2010
    Apologies -- the correct spelling is "Millit" Knives.
    I am unable to correct the header -- mods, can you?

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