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Brachial™ Spotlight

Microtech Knives has a history of joining forces with some of the best knife makers in the world to create distinctive and legendary pieces. The Brachial is no exception. 

Our latest collaboration with Bastinelli Knives, the Brachial is a new spin on a classic fixed blade knife. Designed as an updated, auto-folding version of the original Chopper, Bastien Coves worked alongside Anthony Marfione to create this one-of-a-kind piece. 

Read on to learn more about what makes the Brachial special.

What is the Brachial?

The Microtech Knives and Bastinelli Knives Brachial is a versatile knife that can be used for hunting, utility, and self-defense. Inspired by the fine curves of Persian blades, the Brachial features flowing lines and impeccable contours. Ready for tactical use yet lightweight and portable, the Brachial’s combination of aesthetic design and practical application make it a perfect EDC knife.

Brachial Design Features & Specifications

The Brachial is an auto-folding knife made with the premium materials that Microtech knives are known for. Microtech-exclusive automatic opening technology makes for fast and strong deployment.

The handle is made of dependable 6061-T6 aluminum and features a machined pattern for optimum grip. Jimping along the handle and a lanyard hole allows for quick grasp and deployment.

The closed length of the Brachial is 4.7″, while the overall open length comes in at 8.04″.

The curved blade is made of premium M390 steel and is 3.32″ long. It features both the Microtech Knives and Bastinelli Knives logos.

Want to know more?

The Brachial makes a beautiful and tactical addition to your EDC. Just like all of our knives, it is covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

The Brachial is available for purchase through our Authorized Dealers as well as in our showroom in Mills River, NC.

For more information, watch our Brachial spotlight video below.

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