CRKT Liong Mah-Chete Fixed Blade Knife Walnut (12" Two-Tone) 3100

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  • Overall Length:17.50"
  • Blade Length:12.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.17"
  • Blade Material:1075
  • Hardness:50-55 RC
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.50"
  • Handle Material:Walnut
  • Color:Wood
  • Weight:1 lb. 3.20 oz.
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:CRKT
  • Model:Mah-Chete
  • Model Number:3100
  • Designer:Liong Mah
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Camp/Hike
  • Product Type:Knife


Liong's Mah-Chete is made for survival, and it's long sweeping blade edge goes a long way in the wild. It has an upswept hand with comfortable walnut scales and tube rivets along with a lanyard hole. The 1075 high carbon steel blade has a hammer and satin finish. The Mah-Chete comes with a reinforced nylon sheath.

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the edge
Jorge B.
Just reading the last review,..he said that it is coming with a convex edge.
180* Wrong!! is some kind of concave/hollow grind edge. Not Convex at all.
All around wonder
John B.
Pizza Cutter. I have not yet used it to stab anything... but it has done all other yard tasks quite well. Back of the blade is rounded over the whole length of the spine. Well balanced but needs a little something at the bottom of the handle for your hand to brace against. I only use gloves for an implement like this so I cannot speak to any hot spots or blisters even all day. It didn't wear out my hand and didn't roll around either. I have an expensive chopper I need to make some handles for because it rolls in my hand right before my swing hits what I chop. That causes fatigue, this knife does not. Love the blade is not too wide but the thickness of it makes up for that. I used this and a Mora Hatchet and this in some cases was even more effective. I cannot think of anything to complain about here maybe g10 handles but doesn't really need it. Convex blade grind lasts and lasts, but 1075 can chip somewhat easily. This would be perfect in 3V but I couldn't afford it then.