GiantMouse Releases New Set Of Sleek, Robust Folding Knives–the ACE Corta line–Made From Austrian Steel.
Stylish. Tough. Strong.
Those are just a few words to describe the newest folding knives released by GiantMouse. The ACE Corta Knife comes in three different styles and is as good as it gets when it comes to an EDC folder.
The showpiece is the blade, made of Böhler M390 stainless steel from Austria. Known as one of the ultra-premium stainless steel, martensitic steel is renowned for its and ease of sharpening. Essentially, it’ll take and keep an edge.
At 3.1 inches in length with a flat saber grind, the ACE Corta is a flipper inspired by GiantMouse’s limited-run GM6 knife.
The ACE Corta comes in three styles: a green-canvas-colored Micarta handle and a stonewashed finish on the blade, a natural-canvas-color Micarta handle with a satin finished blade and a black PVD finish blade itself with a black G10 laminate handle.
All three knives have an overall length of 7.3 inches, a handle length of 4.18 inches, and come in between 3.8-4 ounces in weight.
The knives open quickly and smoothly thanks to the ball-bearing pivot. They all have a wire clip so it can slide easily onto a belt, purse, or pocket. And each version of the knife has an MSRP of $195.
Given the engineering that has gone into the ACE Contra, the price should prove a value to most.
Editor’s Note: This article was written by Mike Ableson.
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