GiantMouse is introducing the new GMF4 fixed-blade knife in blasted Double Black Canvas Micarta and blasted Red Canvas Micarta.
The GMF4 is GiantMouse’s first “camp-style” knife, and their largest blade to date. As always, knifemakers Ansø and Vox designed this knife with utility in mind.
The lanyard hole is strategically placed in the front to provide a safer grip when working in the bushes. In the instance a branch catches on your lanyard, the knife will be pulled forward out of your hand, whilst a classic mounted end lanyard would be pulled through your hand (ouch!).
New GiantMouse Fixed-Blade Knife
The GMF4 is equipped with a comfortable and secure handle, a high, flat saber blade grind and of course, jimping in all the right places. It is available in Red Canvas Micarta with a PVD stonewash-finished blade, and Double Black Canvas Micarta with a stonewash-finished blade. Both versions feature Böhler N690 blade steel. The N690 blade is 5.65 inches (144mm) in length, measured from tip to forward-most aspect of the frame, and 0.192 inch (4.87mm) thick. The handle is 4.78 inches (122mm) long, giving the knife an overall length of 10.45 inches (266mm). Both GMF4 variations weigh in at 8.1o ounces (230g).
For pricing and full specifications on each variant, visit GiantMouse: Shop Premium Pocket Knives.
GiantMouse GMF4 Fixed-Blade Knife
Blade Steel: Böhler N690 Cobalt high-performance steel
Finish: PVD Stonewashed or Satin
Handle: Red Canvas Micarta or Double Black Canvas Micarta
Sheath: Burgundy or Black leather
Blade Length: 5.65″ (144mm)
Blade Thickness: 0.192″ (4.87mm)
Handle Length: 4.78″ (122mm)
Overall Length: 10.45″ (266mm)
Weight: 8.1 ounces (230g)
MSRP: $245 (Double Black Canvas Micarta); $265 (Red Canvas Micarta)
GiantMouse is the brainchild of Danish designers/knifemakers Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes (Vox), along with American entrepreneur Jim Wirth. GiantMouse provides innovative knife designs, with high production quality at a fair price, while remaining closely involved with its community of customers. Jens and Jesper stand behind every knife, only producing knives that they will carry and use themselves.
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