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Miniature Knives

Miniature knives, mini knives, mini pocket knife have always been collectible and believe it or not functional. There are smiths today that specialize in these little cutlery curiosities.

These miniature knives are scaled down versions of classic blade patterns and many favorite designs through history. Others are contemporary designs for today’s demanding every day carry. Great for display, last ditch self defense, as gifts, functional jewelry and as utility knives. Some are folders, other fixed blade. All can do the job.

Perfectly scaled down versions of the most iconic knives in our history like the Alamo Bowie, but updated with stainless steel and real metal & wood parts. Our staff can’t stop talking about these gorgeous knives. Many conveniently fit on a key chain and are so small you can carry them almost anywhere. 

They can make a great collectible for your desk. Our utilitarian versions for EDC have blades that are large enough for big cutting chores and sized to lighten the burden of carrying them. They never fail to draw conversation. There’s just something about miniature knives or a mini pocket knife that seems to cute to be truly functional, yet they are.

They can be of the same materials as their bigger cousins like high carbon steel, stainless steel and authentic handle materials from traditional wood to modern steel alloy, aluminum and G-10. Just be a bit careful, they are so small and easy to carry you can forget they’re there, until you need them.

 

 

 

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Boker CLB Keycom

#403253
$24.95

Kershaw Pub Black Multifuntion Pocket Knife

#404319
This slip-joint-style knife features a modified sheepsfoot blade with a handle made of anodized aluminum front scale and a stainless steel back. Bottle opener, screwdriver tip, pry bar, keychain attachment.
$24.95

Little Mustang

#402660
The Little Mustang pocket knife is made by Fury with 400 series stainless steel, it features a frame lock but no clip, since it doesn’t take up much pocket space.
$7.95

Micro Recon 1 Spear

#403672
$24.95

Micro Recon 1 Tanto

#403673
Micro Recon 1 key ring knife by Cold Steel is made with Japanese AUS 8A stainless steel and faux G-10 scales contoured on a non slip grip. Comes with thumb stud and a key ring. Overall just 4-3/8 inches with a 2 inch blade.
$24.95

Miniature Double Star Bowie

#402990
This historical miniature Double Star Bowie has stainless steel, full tang blade with real metal & wood parts. Includes a hand rubbed, solid wood presentation box. Overall 4-1/8 inches!
$14.95 $19.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Miniature Lone Star Bowie

Beautiful miniature in a beautiful box!  I give them as presents.
Reviewed by: Ron, August 17, 2017

Review of: Little Mustang

Usually don't buy knives of 440A, but the design was so beautiful, and I love the cocobolo/stainless combo (handsome combo on grips/handguns, too). For this price you are not too disappointed if you lose it, or if it breaks. Pretty sharp from the box, takes an edge exceptionally well (keep the sharpener handy).  Best ergonomic grip of any micro knife I've ever handled.  Will make a great EDC/box cutter/knock-about knife to save metal on my good blades.  I bought 2 more to give as gifts. It's a "Buy It" from me.
Reviewed by: Cecil, February 05, 2017

Review of: Little Mustang

wwwwwwwww
Reviewed by: Sam, February 21, 2016

Review of: Little Mustang

I liked this knife when I received mine~~ so much that I've given six others as 'just because' gifts.
Reviewed by: Jeanne, March 25, 2015

Review of: Miniature Double Star Bowie

Reviewed by: Ricky, April 07, 2011

Review of: Miniature Lone Star Bowie

Reviewed by: Ricky, April 07, 2011

Review of: Little Mustang

Reviewed by: Daymond, January 21, 2011

Review of: Miniature Double Star Bowie

Just one more example of the museum quality product sold here . I am very impressed with the attention to detail in all the miniatures in the A.C. product line . I now have 5 .
Reviewed by: Robert, January 01, 2010