- Limited Edition 5pc set
- Made in Japan
- #62 /500
- Midnite galaxy handles
Boker Thorn Mokuti. Limited Edition. 3 5/8″ closed framelock. 2 5/8″ CPM S35-VN stainless spear point blade with two tone polished finish. Titanium frame. Solid Mokuti handle (Mokuti requires a highly complex forging process, created from two different titanium alloys, which is not only very exclusive, but also extremely durable). Jim Burke design. Collector’s gift box. Extremely limited edition. Only 200 produced in the U.S. Serialized. Certificate of Authenticity.
lama – blade stainless steel N690Co -durezza – hardness HRC 58-60 -manico – handle FX-SOK09CM01E – G10 earth -FX-SOK09CM02B – G10 black -clip stainless steel 420J2B – reversibile – reversible -Emerson Wave Patent n° 5.878.500 – 1x FX-SOK09CM01E -1x FX-SOK09CM02B -1x FX-SOK09CM0KS
Blade length: 3-1/4″, Handle length: 4-1/4″, Weight: 3.88oz (110g)
Queen Schatt & Morgan Presidents Choice Commemorative. 4 1/4″ closed. Large Equal End Cigar pattern. D2 tool steel spear and pen blades with gold commemorative etching. Genuine Torched Sambar Stag handles with nickel silver bolsters and keystone shield. Engraved tabletop display stand with magnetic posts to hold knife. Certificate of Authenticity. Serialized. Limited Edition of 400 produced.
Bushcraft is a tradition as much as a sport. It follows a regime of survival skills derived originally from Bushmen of the southern hemisphere. It’s mainstreamed today by UK resident Ray Mears through his televised programs outlining how to thrive and survive with only a knife both skillfully and comfortably in nature. Spyderco’s version of a Bushcraft knife results from a three-fold collaboration between Tactical Bushcrafter Chris Claycombe, a Bushcraft website called BushcraftUK.com and Spyderco designers. Knives used in the practice of Bushcraft have specific parameters such as possessing blades between 4-6 inches. Spyderco’s is typical of the genre with a 4-inch blade (no handguard) that’s fully-tanged. The blade is a Scandinavian or Scandi grind. Scandi edges have a single bevel grind, wide and flat that cuts with strength and is able to withstand twisting and hacking. The blade is made from O-1 tool steel. Bushcrafters generally don’t seek the characteristics of stainless over the performance of high-carbon edge retention, and is why traditional Bushcraft knives are produced using tool steel for their blades. O-1’s high carbon content holds a long-term edge but also sharpens easily when laying on a new edge. The black G-10 handle is contoured for comfort with a backup lanyard hole and the knife carries in a leather sheath. It is overall blueprinted for performing wilderness chores such as slicing, chopping, whittling and game processing all done in traditional Bushcraft styleThe tradition of bushcraft is derived from the bushmen of the southern hemisphere, and involves having the survival skill to survive, and ultimately thrive, in the wilderness with little more than a trusty knife. The Bushcraft knife, from innovative cutlery company Spyderco, was crafted to honor this tradition, its design the result of a collaboration between tactical bushcraft expert Chris Claycombe, popular bushcraft website BushcraftUK.com, and Spyderco designers.
A fully-tanged, four-inch blade has no hand guard, as is typical of a bushcraft knife, and features a Scandinavian grind. The “Scandi grind,” as it’s sometimes known, offers edges with a single bevel grind, wide and flat and remarkably durable. O-1 tool steel’s high carbon content holds a keen edge over time and heavy use, while also sharpening easily. A black G-10 handle is contoured for a comfortable, natural grip in your palm, and the included sheath lets you bring your Bushcraft along wherever your outdoor adventures take you.
Sypderco knives include a limited manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Details are included with your purchase.
Thinking beyond established knife industry practices has allowed Spyderco to introduce new innovations, including one-hand opening, serrations on a folder, and a clip to attach a knife to a pocket. Spyderco remains dedicated to researching and developing improved, better-performing materials with function and reliability, and its unique cutlery line is a result of designing ergonomic, functional tools. The company puts its new products through rigorous testing prior to release, examining edge retention with a CATRA machine, looking for rust development with Q-FOG, checking the force needed to open and close a knife, and analyzing numerous other technical details.
Queen 2011 Schatt & Morgan Heritage Series Set. Includes two reproduction 100 year old Schatt & Morgan catalogs. The knives in this set honor the original Heritage Series knives by closely reproducing the patterns, blades, bolsters, liners, handle materials and finishes. Limited edition of 300 of each knife produced. Catalogued under the original 100 years old pattern numbers. Knives will use tang stamps from both catalogs with root locations of Gowanda, NY and Titusville, PA. Knives feature glazed finish blade(s), iron bolster and bowtie inlay shield. Set includes 1193 pattern 3 3/8″ closed two blade folder with ebony wood handles; 1195 pattern 3 3/8″ closed two blade folder with rosewood handles; 1196 pattern 3 3/8″ closed two blade folder with stag bone handles; 1213 pattern 3 3/4″ closed folder with 2 7/8″ drop point blade and ebony wood handles; 1213 1/4 pattern 3 3/4″ closed folder with 2 3/4 clip point blade and ebony wood handles; 1215 pattern 3 3/4″ closed folder with 2 3/4″ drop point blade and rosewood handles; and 1215 1/4 pattern 3 3/4″ closed folder with clip point blade and rosewood handles.
– 6 1/4″ fixed blade made of satin finished 420HC stainless steel
– Full tang construction for strength
– Black Micarta scales
– Aluminum cross guard and an aluminum pommel
– Black genuine leather sheath
– Black Micarta handle
– Overall length of 11 3/4″
– Weight: 13.3 ounces
– Made in the USA