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Giant Mouse GMF2 Fixed Blade Companion Knife: Solid Little Performer For the Woods

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Giant Mouse is a new collaboration between Jesper Voxnaes and Jens Anso as they work to design unique knives to the knife world. The creation of every knife is overseen by this team – from the steel selection to the boxes they send them in. Pretty cool stuff, and the GMF2 is a nice little fixed blade that’s similar to something these two gentlemen would have used in the forests growing up – check it out.

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7 thoughts on “Giant Mouse GMF2 Fixed Blade Companion Knife: Solid Little Performer For the Woods

  1. For the price, I can get 10 Mora Companions. Not seeing anything this knife can do that the Mora can’t. Thanks for the review, but I’m going to pass on this based on the powdered steel construction and the price.

  2. I like the design and package. The N690 is the deal breaker for me though. Doesn’t feel tough enough for me. ymmv

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