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Minion - EDC/Utility!

Discussion in 'Mitchell Custom Knives' started by Mitchell Knives, Aug 19, 2014.

  1. Mitchell Knives

    Mitchell Knives Knifemaker Moderator

    May 21, 2000
    This is a new design that I have been working on called the "Minion"

    The Minion is a great EDC/utility blade that looks as good as it cuts! The Minion makes a great neck knife or pocket fixed blade.

    The blade is made from.125" 1095 steel, hardened to 60 HRC for excellent edge retention.

    The blade features a high hollow chisel grind created using a 14" contact wheel and an acute swedge for excellent penetration. The edge was about .005" thick prior to sharpening. This is a highly optimized cutter!

    The blade has been hand rubbed to a practical satin finish.

    The handle is extremely comfortable in any grip. The handle is sculpted forest green G10 taken to a smooth, but not slippery finish.

    Crazy sharp and a great EDC companion!


    - 1095
    - 60 HRC
    - .125"" Stock
    - High 14" Hollow Chisel Grind with Swedge
    - Razor Sharp
    - 6.3" OAL, with a cutting edge of about 2.75"
    - Kydex sheath with neck lanyard


    Sold! Thanks Guys!


    This price includes shipping (with insurance and tracking number) and all fees in the US.


    PayPal or money order preferred.


    PayPal Address:


    [email protected]


    Thanks for looking! :D

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    Last edited: Aug 20, 2014
  2. Joshua 189

    Joshua 189

    3
    Nov 18, 2015
    Nice curves, nice edges, nice knife!
     
  3. davoknives

    davoknives Gold Member Gold Member

    202
    Sep 12, 2013
    Beautifull
     

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