lionSteel Cutlery MYTO Framelock Black Stonewashed Titaniun Handles M390 Steel MT01BBW

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This is the lionSteel Cutlery MYTO, has Black Stonewashed Titaniun handles.  The blade steel is M390 and finish is PVD Black Stonewashed.

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This is the lionSteel Cutlery MYTO, has Black Stonewashed Titaniun handles.  The blade steel is M390 and finish is PVD Black Stonewashed.

*Our opinion:  The lionSteel effort on this run as compared to their entire catalog is 8.   Detent is a 3 on a scale of 1-4 with 1 being lightest.


Maker : lionSteel Cutlery
Model : MYTO
Frame : Black Stonewashed Titanium
Slabs : Black Stonewashed Titaniun
Maker ID : MT01BBW
Condition : New/Mint
Lock Type : Framelock
Blade Steel : M390
Black Thickness : 155/1000
Closed Length : 4 9/16 inches
Longest Blade : 3 1/4 inches
Longest Sharp : 3 1/4 inches
Overall Length : 7 13/16 inches
Flipper Effort : 3
Detent Strength : 3
Clip : Tip up Titanium
Weight : 4.27 ounces
Factory Box : Yes
Blade Finish : PVD Black Stonewashed
Country : Italy
*Factory Effort : 8
Notes: : Removable flipper, double crown bearings, tungsten carbide glass-breaker

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  1. Jon Magid

    4 out of 5 Lefty Friendly

    (verified owner)

    Flawless fit and finish
    Very lightweight for the size
    Unexpectedly left handed friendly
    Option to remove glass breaker

    Slow action
    Pocket shredding clip

    This was the single most expensive knife I’ve ever purchased so I was really biased towards liking it. And I do. It’s a beautiful knife. Glad I sprung for the titanium with the stonewashed finish. But I just couldn’t get a consistently good deploy and it was hard to close. The frame lock is quite long and there’s a tendency for your middle finger to rest on it and fight your thumb when trying to move the lock. It’s probably why the action is slow as well. Then I tried my left hand and those problems vanished. I’m a lefty who has always carried right handed. Most lefties just figure out how to do things right handed and live with it but this is the first knife I’ve ever swapped the clip on and carried in my left pocket. The crisp deploy and ease of closing is just that much better. If you’re a fellow lefty look no further. This is your knife.

    Speaking of that clip, it’s way too strong. You have to learn not to touch it at all when pulling it out of your pocket or you’re going to shred your clothes pretty quick. I also swapped out the glass breaker with the included screw. It’s very sharp and the ratio of times I’ll need it vs the times I’ll stab myself with it reaching into my pocket made that a no brainer.

    I’ve purchased a few Lionsteels this year and given how nice they’ve all been I don’t see myself stopping any time soon.

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