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Columbia River Knife and Tool 1093K Mini My Tighe Assisted Opening Folding Knife with 3-Inch Black Serrated Blade


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  • Assisted Opening
  • 3-Inch Stainless steel blade
  • Black serrated blade
  • Razor sharp
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Technical Details
Part Number CR1093K
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.8 x 1.5 x 1.2 inches
OriginTaiwan
Item model number1093K
Size6.5" open
Colorblack
Material1.4116 Steel
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty DescriptionLifetime
  
Additional Information
ASINB001D0UQ96
Best Sellers Rank #170,762 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableSeptember 1, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

CRKT Mini My Tighe Folding Knife, Veff Combo Edge, Black Titan Nitride Blade/Frame 1093K

From the Manufacturer

Mini My Tighe made by Columbia River Knife and Tool is a assisted opening 3-Inch Veff serrated black blade knife. This black steel blade is 1.4116 stainless in a high satin finish, has a asymmetrical spine, high hollow grind and a deep belly. with its heavy duty stainless steel frame lock you can be assured that this knife will not unexpectedly close.

Customer Reviews

Open Assist is almost too easy to flip open.
Snuffy
It is my EDC knife and I find it gets used a lot, and the size is a perfect compromise between utility and being a comfortable, unobtrusive choice for everyday tasks.
Ziv
I would recommend to anyone looking for a great tactical pocket knife.
Brittany

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John Flowers on December 9, 2008
CRKT, which stands for Columbia River Knife and Tool, has been producing some very solid, very high quality, and very reasonably priced knifes for years now. The mini my tighe is no exception. This knife has the option of being equipped with the OutBurst technology (you want this), which is CRKT's patented assisted opening mechanism. You simply begin to open the knife using the thumb studs, and the spring takes over, and quickly snaps the blade out and locks it into place. The assisted opening is very similar to the action on a switchblade, but as the opening is initiated by pushing on the blade, and not a switch or button, it is legal to carry in almost all 50 states(could be all, but check your state to be sure). The blade is made from very good quality steel, and the black model (#1093K) has a titanium nitride corrosion resistant coating, that is both excellent at protecting the blade, but also looks damn fine. I have owned 4 different knives made by CRKT, 2 of the M16 model, this one (which is my favorite, by the way), and another whose model escapes me. they are all very sturdy, and have withstood a massive punishment of sawing and prying and cutting, and still hold a nice sharp edge. These knives are as good as it gets when it comes to an everyday carry and use. There are many other competing companies that have similar knives with similar assisted opening (smith and wesson, kershaw, SOG, just to name a few), but this knife is by far my favorite, and definitely the best value for the money. the Veff serrations are unique to CRKT, look very cool, and all my male friends comment on this. I would not hesitate to buy another, although as strong and durable as these knives are, i doubt i'll ever have to. I would definitely recommend this to a friend, and i have. oh, and check ebay for a cheaper price ;) i got mine for $45 dollars new shipped, and they usually go for about $90. just buy this knife. you'll be very pleased.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Ziv on December 13, 2011
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I have been carrying a Gerber for quite a while, but I wanted a bit more blade for tougher jobs. Well, the blade on the CRKT is excellent, it took a couple months but it keeps getting better. I have used assisted open knives for years, none of them felt this clunky at first but the CRKT got better.
After a months use: It grows on me. I have used it so much that I have gotten used to the half twist that you have to do to open the blade. It is slower but not by much. And it has yet to open in my pocket, despite the lack of a lock. And I like the blade even more now. And the blades opening/closing action has steadily improved. It still scratched easily, but the blade and the handle are both very well designed. The lack of a lock is a bit of a downer but I like this knife a lot more today than I did last month.
Couple years later: Man this knife has been a real keeper. It is my EDC knife and I find it gets used a lot, and the size is a perfect compromise between utility and being a comfortable, unobtrusive choice for everyday tasks.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bubba Zak on April 3, 2011
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I've owned this knife for about a year now. First, it is a well made EDC knife. It feels as sturdy now as when it was brand new. When new, however, the opening mechanism feels a bit stiff. It breaks in quickly though, but it doesn't get loose. It still feels rigid and tight, and the blade must be relatively hard. I have used it regularly, and it is quite sharp after many months. The Veff serrations are really brilliant. They cut well without the typical raw ripping associated with your average serrations. The hard "plastic" handle cover (pock-like) design seems like it could get slippery although I've never had an issue with this. The contoured handle provides a solid grip. In addition, there are ridged notches near the index finger and thumb holds that provide extra stability. One thing I really like about the knife is the ability to remove the open-assist "spring" if you like a more traditional opening knife. If I had to find one thing I'm not 100% excited about, it's the release. It is seen in other knives. A lever at the inside of the handle must be slid over to unlock and fold the knife back down. But even this is not major, as I've found that I am used to it now. Overall, this is a well designed, well thought-out knife. I would definitely buy another if mine were lost. I hope this knife is indicative of CRKT products, since I'm considering purchasing the full size 1091 model of this knife.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By hailey on March 22, 2013
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This is my favorite knife I have ever owned, I use it everyday in the military and it is also my edc off duty. It has a great weight to it so you don't feel like you'll snap it in a big job. Out of the box was razor sharp cuts through anything with ease and the veff seration is the first i have ever owned and I love it so far. Blade release comes a little stiff but loosens up a bit and the pocket clip is a really tight fit. Quality built knife and looks as great as it works.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andy on January 23, 2013
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my winchest M&P really let me down so I tried this knife. The seration is amazing and the blade is as quick as a flip. i'm real happy with this knife i'm looking to buy the full sized My Tighe. the mini is just a hair to small for my hands i figure it will be really good for a girlfriend to carry. after this purchase i'm totally getting the full sized. good job CRKT.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dono West on July 20, 2012
This is a great knife! I've owned it for almost 5 years and it has been my primary every-day-carry.

Pros:
1. Very easy to open and close with one hand. Just flick the blade out with your thumb--no need to use a whipping out motion with your hand. To close, use thumb for lock and index finger for blade in one smooth movement.
2. Blade is extremely resilient/tough. I've used it for all sorts of purposes including cutting, sawing, prying, etc. However, I did recently manage to nick the blade though I can't figure out how. Likely during prying because you're technically not supposed to do that. I suggest using the dull side if you do though.
3. Case is solid and joints remain secure even after 5 years of use and minimal maintainence. No oiling and lots of washing with soap and water.
4. Blade finish exhibits only minor abrasive scratches.
5. Cool looking knife!
6. Sharp out of the box and sharpens well, just don't botch the serration.

Cons:
1. Not everyone thinks it is an appropriate knife as an EDC for the workplace given its aggressive look.
2. The the blade's finish held up well, the black finish on the handle and clip quickly wore off. Plastic parts wear quickly.
3. Serration takes up a lot of the blade. Not much of a con though. It's really useful for sawing through thicker material. Still, there are times when I wish the serrated section was a little shorter.
4. The assisting open spring has lost some tension over the years, but only a slight amount and it hasn't detracted from its ability to open at all.

Over all, I weight the pros far more heavily than the cons. My favorite knife!
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