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The word petty in petty knife literally comes from the French word petit, which means “small.” While the Bighorn Chef’s Knife excels at large slicing tasks, like breaking down large fruits and vegetables or big cuts of meat, the smaller, handy MKC Petty Knife is perfect for finer tasks in the kitchen. Petty knives are essentially utility knives used for work done off the cutting board. It’s the knife you use when you’re cutting a vegetable in your hand or breaking down a chicken.
This knife really excels in tasks like boning and smaller work. A petty knife’s narrow tip allows you to get into joints and work around corners. At the same time, it’s a very versatile and a handy slicing knife & great for cutting up small fruit and vegetables.
These knives will change your kitchen game, anybody that uses this knife wants one.
Handles great, laser sharp and super versatile.
They are remarkably easy to resharpen too.
Thank you so much! We wanted our kitchen knives to have the same qualities that our hunting knives do too!
This will be the last kitchen knife of this size that I will buy (I will be purchasing the other knives in the set in 2024). This knife performed admirably and it is a joy to have a product that not only I will use for life but can be passed on as an heirloom.
Thank you for the honest feedback and review, Kevin! It's always awesome to have folks use them and then review them. We will have a lot of them in 2024 we are hoping so you should have multiple chances to complete your set!
The Little Bighorn knife is turning out to be an exceptional utility kitchen knife. It has a great fit and finish, is ultra sharp and can do detail work and chopping work. It’s a must have knife.
Thanks Tyler! The Petty is a work horse like the other knives in the set for sure!
Hands down best kitchen knife I’ve ever used!! Well worth the investment plus it’s guaranteed for life!!
Its super sharp and maneuvers perfectly. Great feel in my hand. Im way more into cooking knowing this gem is waiting on the knife rack. Its easily my favorite kitchen knife. And most important...made in USA.