An interesting series from Columbia River, the Mirage was designed by custom designer Jim Hammond. It features dual thumbstuds, a removable metal pocket clip, and lanyard hole for added security.
The blade is a modified spear point shape with a 50/50 serrated / plain edge. The scales are Zytel, backed on both sides by grayed stainless steel liners, one of which forms the locking mechanism. The spacers in the back spine of the knife are aluminum instead of plastic - as in other knives. These liners give the knife a weight and feeling of solidity not usually found in the entry-level folders.
- 7713: partially serrated Cutting Edge
- Blade Overall Length - 3"
- Blade Cutting Edge - 2.8"
- Blade Thickness - 2.5mm
- Steel - AUS6M Stainless Steel
- Hardness - 55 - 57 HRC
- Closed Length - 4.2"
- Weight: 77.3 gms
We have managed to buy a limited quantity of these, at an excellent price, as they are print over-runs. This means that they have various manufacturer's logos normally printed on one side of the handle. These are normally easily removed with Acetone, however do not affect the performance of the knife in any way.