The Mini Mamushi appears to be an experiment on how far you can take an already popular EDC style knife and shrink it while still having enough blade length for a useful cutting edge and enough handle for a comfortable grip. Both a reduction in handle size and blade length, the Mini Mamushi drops 1 1/4″ of overall length from the larger Mamushi while still retaining a useable 3 1/4″ cutting edge. The larger Mamushi with a 3 7/8″ blade is not that far off from the mini version, but that reduction in overall length makes a noticeable difference when pocket carrying. The shorter handle is also just long enough for a good hold for even larger sized hands. We find this to be an interesting model in the Osprey lineup and worth exploring as a great EDC fixed blade or bushcrafting neck knife.
The compact Mini Mamushi in stainless 3/32″ CPM-154 is ready to jump in your pocket and get to work. A well done tapered tang sits between beautiful slabs of presentation grade Bastogne Walnut accented by black G10 liners. A large 1/4″ carbon fiber pin and lanyard tube pair nicely with the Bastogne Walnut handle. A great small every day fixed blade, but big enough to be actually useful and comfortable to hold.
Sheaths sold separately