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GiantMouse ACE Grand - Orange G10 - Uddeholm Elmax Stonewashed Blade - Titanium Deep Carry Clip
The ACE Grand is GM’s EDC friendly version of the popular GM5.
With the GM5 GM set out to create what they felt would be a “magnum opus” - the ultimate GiantMouse folder to date. A cool design with an even cooler look and finish. The GM5 was the kind of folder that they felt checks all boxes;
Perfect fit and finish
While the ACE Grand still checks every box on the list, GM changed a couple of things. The latest iteration in our line of ACE Grands sports G10 scales in hunter orange, and an Elmax steel blade with a stonewash finish.
They did keep the large stout backspacer (in titanium) for strength but added a nice deep carry wire pocket clip(included, but not installed), for a nice comfortable carry.
The Elmax steel blade was designed to be perfect for all-around use, and they kept it exactly like it was in the GM5. A high Saber Flat Grind makes it a strong but very effective slicer, and the pronounced swedge provides a fine point for penetration without losing strength at the tip.
The Grand was named after one of GM’s favorite hotels on their yearly tour of shows. The Grand Hotel Nuremberg is an old hotel with a long history and a GREAT bar! When the GiantMouse team is in Nuremberg for the IWA Outdoor Classics show every march, most evenings either begin or end (sometimes both) at Atelier Bar at the Grand Hotel.
Blade Steel: Uddeholm Elmax SuperClean. Stonewashed finish.
Handle: Orange G10
Clips: Reversible Custom LynchNW Deep Carry Titanium Clip installed and GM OEM Wire Clip included.
Pivot Mechanism: Ball bearings.
Locking Mechanism: Liner lock.
Blade Length: 3.3125" (81.14mm) - measured from tip to forward-most aspect of frame.
Blade Thickness: 0.157" (4mm)
Handle Length: 4.5" (114.3mm)
Overall Length: 7.875" (200mm)
Weight: 4.75oz (135g)
KNIVES DONE RIGHT.®
Manufactured to exacting quality standards in Maniago, Italy