Bastinelli Knives D. Vil Mini Dragotac Knife Black/Bronze 2.9" M390 Stonewash

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  • Overall: 6.75"
  • Blade: 2.875" M390, Stonewash Wharncliffe
  • Handle: 3.875" 3D Black G10, Bronze Ti Lock
  • Action Type: IKBS Bronze Ball Bearings
  • Lock Type: Frame Lock
  • Clip: Tip-Up, Left/Right Carry
  • Weight: 3.0oz
  • Designer: Bastinelli Knives
  • Made in Italy by Lionsteel
  • Model: D.Vil

 

If you liked the Dragotac, 1 of the first models from the talented Bastien Coves of Bastinelli Knives, you are going to love the new D. Vil Folder.
This updated knife is a "Mini" Dragotac, perfect for your pocket and as an EDC.
Made with the super-steel, M390, this functional frame lock knife is the perfect addition to your pocket.

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  • 5
    Mini Dragotac

    Posted by Thomas Owens on Nov 4th 2022

    Awesome smaller knife. Great action, and multiple opening methods. My first knife with a disc, and I find it works well for reverse flick. Awesome blade shape.

  • 5
    Fits the nitch

    Posted by Andrew M George on Jan 27th 2022

    Let me pteface this by saying my favorite knives to carry tend to run 3.5-4 inches. That being said, when I travel I am ofyen stuck dealing with laws allowing only sub 3 inch blades. As I carry for both utility and protection (former instructor in knife) and self defense), I was having trouble finding a knife that felt up to both sides of the coin. For years, I had fallen back on a Janich-ed Delica 4. Then I pulled the trigger on this... My first complaint is that I waited so long to but it. I admit that some of the Bastineli designs carry that mall-ninja vibe. The difference is, these knives are actually designed with end user ergos in mind, not just tacti-kewl appeal. Locks in a full 4 finger grip (just barely) for my size large hands. Further, that thumb disk really gives you great control in a saber grip. Blade slices great, especially for the thickness of the spine. Action- for a little guy it gives a greal "clack" when engaging. Seriously, check out what Mike Janich can do to a pork man with a 2.5 inch blade (edge geometry similar to this) and then figure what this little devil can deliver. Very, very happy with this "little" knife.