Field Mouse

Tim Gary
(1 customer review)

$180.00$220.00

The Field Mouse is CPM3V 5/32” steel. Can be a clip point or drop point.

Small in size but has great capabilities. The Field Mouse is the smallest knife in the Wallace Edged Tools arsenal. That doesn’t mean this little fellow is a slouch in performance. Touting a short blade and a full length it will give larger knives a run for their money. Light enough to wear as a neck knife or on a belt. It will handle tasks from the mundane to field dressing.

It measure out at 7-1/8 inches overall, with a 3 inch blade.

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The Field Mouse is CPM3V 5/32” steel . It measure out at 7-1/8 inches overall, with a 3 inch blade. Can be a clip point or drop point.

Small in size but has great capabilities. The Field Mouse is the smallest knife in the Wallace Edged Tools arsenal. That doesn’t mean this little fellow is a slouch in performance. Touting a short blade and a full length it will give larger knives a run for their money. Light enough to wear as a neck knife or on a belt. It will handle tasks from the mundane to field dressing.

It shipped razor sharp and, despite its small size, very capably zips through any of the small chores set for it. These include cutting small branches and furring them up to use for kindling, as well as mundane things like opening mail, cutting up recyclables, and even some limited prying and digging (which is abuse of any knife). It cuts like a champ. Its slim profile makes it a good small game and camp knife, while its small package and light weight would make it an ideal backpacking knife. You can tote this knife without ever feeling burdened by its presence.

Hand Milled Texture – $40
Multifaceted Texture – $40
Liners $20
Acid Etch and Tumble – $50

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Ken Sutcliffe
October 2, 2016 10:23 am

I’ve owned this Knife Now for a few months. Initially , I purchased it to be a “neck knife” and to compliment my DW Backcountry.
But, a funny thing happened on the way to being my +1 necker. This little Mouse became Mighty Mouse …. I can’t put my finger on it , but one day I stopped caring my pocket folders and only carried this. I’m a Firefighter , and a good knife is important. Well my friends , this is a Great Knife. Doug Wilson built a Kydex Sheath , and this Might Mouse stays in my Right Pocket. It has done everything I’ve asked of it on the Fire Ground as well as EMS , and general uses. The Handle , the Blade Shape , Length, and to me, most importantly the Thickness. Turn this Field Mouse into a Mighty Mouse.
Mike , you’ve done it Again ….

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