Our knife owners love the MKC Speedgoat for its combination of lightness, toughness, and versatility. While there’s very little the drop point blade design can’t do, some hunters prefer a larger blade belly for skinning purposes. You spoke. We listened. The Stoned Goat was born.
If our Stonewall Skinner and Speedgoat had a baby, this would be it.
The Stoned Goat combines the skeletonized, paracord-wrapped handle and overall length from the Speedgoat with the trailing point blade shape from the Stonewall — resulting in a knife that reduces the risk of unwanted punctures without sacrificing versatility or ultralight portability.
DETAILED BREAKDOWN OF FEATURES
Parkerized 52100 Carbon Steel Blade The Stoned Goat is made from cryogenically treated 52100 high-carbon ball-bearing steel, achieving the perfect balance of toughness, edge retention, and easy resharpening. The blade is also parkerized to a matte black finish, which minimizes rust and glare. Enlarged Belly The Stoned Goat’s blade has more edge and less tip than the Stonewall, allowing for longer sweeping strokes (and fewer punctured hides). While the tip is less prominent, it’s still accessible for more detailed work and non-skinning jobs. 550 Paracord Handle Wrapping the handle in seven feet of 550 paracord was just as much for minimizing weight as maximizing versatility. The paracord can fix a broken boot lace, tie down a tent, hang meat in a tree, or help in any number of unexpected, emergency situations. And when the paracord is removed from the handle, the Stoned Goat still fits securely in its sheath.
Free Sharpening For Life & Beyond:
Generations® is our promise to restore your knife to its original, unmatched working condition. MKC will clean, sharpen, repair, and even reshape your blades when necessary, as well as rewrapping handles free of charge. While we perform all necessary sharpening and maintenance, our aim is not to return your knife to its brand new appearance. Learn more about MKC Generations Promise.
Each Montana Knife Company™ Stoned Goat comes with an exclusive Kydex sheath. This click-in locking sheath can be adjusted for either horizontal or vertical carry, left or right-hand placement, and varying blade retention. The reversible quick-attach belt clip also lets you attach the sheath without removing or unclasping your belt. And at just 2 oz, it’s still economical for your ultralight needs.
This is my second MKC knife. Both are razor sharp, ship fast, super light weight and very comfortable in hand. Performs exceptionally well and looks great.
If a magnacut or version with a g-10 handle was released I’d buy in a heartbeat.
This is my first MKC but was going to buy the Stonewall skinner before this came out. For it's intended purpose I think MKC did a great job with the stoned goat. Light weight, tons of mounting options for the sheath, great blade design. My only problem is I will have to wait until next fall to put it to good use in the field, with any luck I'll get to see how does on moose.
I saw the size fit between the Stonewall and the SpeedGoat. I have a few knives, some interchangeable blade knives and some fixed blades. This is as sharp as a new interchangeable blade and I don’t have to worry about hurting myself with it. I haven’t had to touch it up yet but I’m hopeful it won’t be as tough to keep sharp as a few of my other knives because of the steel choice.
The sheath is great also. Being able to adjust the blade orientation is a great feature. I have another knife that I enjoy the shape of a lot but the sheath is a horrible design and it makes enough contact on the blade edge to noticeably dull the blade.
Stonedgoat the barely there fixed blade.
This knife looks like it has a heft to it from the blade shape but it is feather light for sure. With the pocket clip this would easily be an edc knife. It is probably a third of the weight of my edc from benchmade. I don’t feel it would handle the tasks that my ESSE 4 but that’s not what this blade is for but I feel like it could handle around camp duties that the esse might not be delicate enough to accomplish as easy. Overall I’m very impressed with the blade and the customer service experience. Worth every penny without doubt.