Bastien Coves Bastinelli Creations Customized Mako Fixed Blade Knife 4.625" N690Co Black PVD Stonewashed, Custom Black Tsukamaki Handle Wrap with Menuki, Kydex Sheath
BGBCCMKBKT: Mako Fixed Blade, Custom Tsukamaki Handle Wrap
Bastien Coves Custom Knives
The Mako fixed blade comes from a collaboration between Bastinelli Creations, Funker Tactical, and Doug Marcaida of History's Forged in Fire. It's an evolution of Doug's original PicoloMako design which became the Mako folder and now the Mako fixed blade. It retains elements from all the designs but stands alone, different from its predecessors. It's longer, thinner, more capable, yet just as refined and it's become a personal favorite of ours straight away. We are fans of blades that are offset from their handles, where it's on a different plane and therefore a more effective cutter than traditional designs.
The full tang blade measures 4.625" in length, made from N690Co stainless steel with a black PVD stonewashed finish and custom polished spine swedge. The black G10 handle scales are replaced with a custom tsukamaki cord wrap with skulls and swords menuki and you have a one-inch diameter pinky ring for maximum security during tactical maneuvers. The friction fit Kydex sheath includes a Tek-Lok style retention clip so you can carry it in a number of different orientations depending on your preference. Fit it to your belt or hang it around your neck, this knife makes both a great tactical tool as well as a functional EDC fixed blade. Manufactured by Fox Knives in Italy.
- Blade Length: 4.625"
- Cutting Edge: 4.625"
- Handle Length: 4.125"
- Overall Length: 8.625"
- Blade Material: N690Co Stainless Steel
- Blade Thickness: 0.158"
- Blade Style: Upswept
- Blade Grind: Flat
- Blade Finish: Black PVD Stonewash with Polished Swedge
- Handle Material: Custom Black Tsukamaki Cord Wrap with Menuki
- Handle Thickness: 0.50"
- Sheath Material: Kydex
- Weight: 3.3 oz.
- Weight with Sheath: 6.5 oz.
- Designers: Doug Marcaida, Funker Tactical, and Bastien Coves
- Made by Fox Knives in Italy