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Jake Hoback Knives MP6 - Stonewash CPM-3V Blade / Milled Black G-10 Handle / Black Kydex Sheath

And the Jake Hoback favorite is back. Jake has decided to start producing the Perseverance once again, so get it while you can. Not only is this knife extremely high quality but also very pleasing to the eye.

The MP6 provides you with a large tanto cleaver style blade for all your bushcrafting/outdoor needs with a CPM-3V blade. Jake even used this knife like crazy when he was working in Fish & Wildlife before he decided to make manufacturing knives his career. This blade can do it all while maintaining great edge retention, toughness, and corrosion resistance. The contoured milled G-10 handle fits comfortably in your hand for being a larger fixed blade. This knife also comes with a black kydex sheath.

This MP6 has a black milled G-10 handle, a stonewashed tanto blade, and a black kydex sheath. 

  • 6.125" CPM-3V Blade in a Stonewashed Finish
  • CPM-3V for extreme edge retention and corrosion resistance
  • Black Milled Contoured G-10 Handle provides a comfortable and stable grip on the knife
  • Form Fitting Black Kydex Sheath
  • Made in USA
Blade Material: CPM-3V
Blade Style: Modified Tanto
Blade Length: 6.125"
Overall Length: 11.25"
Handle Length: 5.125"
Handle Material: Black Milled G-10
Lock System: Kydex Sheath
Weight: 14.00 ounces (17.28 oz w/ sheath)
Sheath: Kydex
Country of Origin: USA

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Adam Wallskog (adam-wallskog)

perfect 👍👏

William C
Nice large choppa

This blade has some weight to it. What intrigued me about this blade the most was the forward sharpened edge. The blade is heavy which will lend to chopping. 3v steel is supposed to be pretty tough. The knife clicks into the sheath with authority and the sheath has a drain hole at the bottom. If I had to criticize anything about this knife, it would be that the handles don’t have any texture to help your grip, and that the sheath doesn’t come with any way to attach it to anything. On the plus side, the blade handle is contoured and the blade has a forward lanyard hole to allow a lanyard to be installed to help with the chopping. Lastly, let me say that I love that this is outside the norm with Hoback. I own a couple of his more defensive knives and he is known for the Kwaiback which is a great defensive knife. These three choppa style blades are something I haven’t seen often from Jake. Well done.