(4 customer reviews)



An Americanized Tanto meets a Modern Leader Design.

It’s Aggressive point, 7mm Stock paired with a Ground Finish ensures that it hits hard, and is easy to control.

The Villain is very forgiving; a benefit to Beginner and Competitive throwers a like.

Its longer Slender Shape makes it very consistent in flight, and ensures it penetrates deep into the target.

The wave Shaped Handle combined with the fuller, makes for unique feel when thrown in No-Spin, and the added mass at the end of the handle makes it much easier to control in Half Spin.

It is a perfect for any style of throwing, and any level of thrower.

The Knife is slightly handle heavy, and works well for Half, Full, and No-Spin Variations; both Western Push Style, and the Wave Styles (SKANf, IVA, BIM, etc.)

Overall: ~10″ / ~26.5cm
Thickness: 5/16″ / 7mm
Weight: 9.6oz / ~260g
Material: 440c (Analog)
Finish: Ground, Acidwash
Balance: Handle Heavy
Edge: ~1.25mm / 1/16″ Throwing Edge
Designed by: Tony Masagnochi aka Fat Tony aka NYFEBEAST


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SKU: Villain 7mm hs 8211.92.40.50 Categories: ,

Additional information

Weight .350 kg
Dimensions 24 × 18 × 4 cm

4 reviews for Villain

  1. Keith Murray (verified owner)

    Sometimes you pick up a knife and it throw as if it’s become an extension of you. Where you point is where it sticks. For me, this is one of those knives. Highly recommend this one. NYFEBEAST hit it out of the park with this design

  2. Aahmes Deschutter (verified owner)

    One blade that does it all, roto, half-spin, no-spin… has a great ratio of weight to length and packs a punch with finesse! Intrinsic-villain and Ace made a sweet collaboration of a knife

  3. lysandyre (verified owner)

    Another great knife with an aggressive point for those easy sticks!

  4. Jericho Allego (verified owner)

    Usually I prefer longer blades for antispin/nospin. The Villain is not just aesthetics, every part of its design is purpose driven. From the upswept portion of the “bulb” on the grip, to the chunky blade culminating to a pyramid point. Not to be overlooked, is the fuller on the spine, which greatly aids on longer throws! NYFEBEAST, kudos Brother!!!

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