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9" Overall with a 4.2" sharpened extra thick 440A stainless steel blade with hollow ground relief for all those hard jobs when you’re out in the wild- splitting kindling wood, or digging holes in the ground or ice. Full tang construction. Polished wood handles with double brass rivets. Nickel silver guard and pommel. Tweed fabric sheath with imitation leather accents. Sheath may be worn in vertical or horizontal position.
12" Overall with a 7" sharpened, hand forged, Damascus steel blade with fileworked spine. Polished stacked hardwood handle with brass, hardwood and stainless steel dividers, solid brass fittings. Complete with high quality leather belt sheath. Superb Quality.
This is the Handmade Onikiri 1045 Taikó Wakizashi - Samurai Sword.
The blade has been constructed from hardened 1045 carbon steel. The blade comes sharp. The saya is wooden with a black gloss finish and black cotton sageo. The habaki is brass. The tsuba is blackened iron. The ito is black cotton with alternating cross overs over real ray skin samegawa. The tang is once pinned with bamboo mekugi.
blade: hardened 1045 carbon steel
Hamon: serrated edge
saya is wooden with a black gloss finish and black cotton sageo
tsuba is blackened iron
tang is once pinned with bamboo mekugi
ito is black cotton with alternating cross overs over real ray skin samegawa
Overall Length: 79 cm, 31.10 "
Nagasa Length: 53 cm, 20.86 "
Tsuka Length: 26 cm, 10.24 "
Overall weight: 1038 g, 36.61 oz
Weight W/O Saya: 882 g, 31.11 lbs
Lamination: Mono Steel
Blade: Very Sharp
Tsuba & Fittings: Iron
Tsuka Material: Chemical Fiber
20.5" Overall with a 1/2cm thick, 15" sharpened, hand forged, 1095 damascus steel blade. Full tang with horn handles, lanyard hole and detailed damascus steel hand guard. Complete with good quality leather sheath.
I saw a similar blade to this on a historical cutlass sometime ago and thought, with a little tweaking, that might make one heck of a bowie, I'll let you be the judges.
14" Overall with a 9" sharpened, hand forged, D2 carbon steel blade. Full tang with file worked spine, solid brass fittings and polished horn handle scales. Substantial 5mm thick blade. Complete with leather sheath.
When the Outback™ came out, it was quite possibly the hardest hitting Bowie knife you could buy without going to a custom bladesmith. We were pretty happy about being able to put that much chopping power in a conventional size blade, but of course it would only be a matter of time before somebody topped it. This got us thinking... if it was possible without going totally impractical, why weren't we already doing it?
Well, after several months of design work and prototyping, we believe we have done just that. The design of the Red Rock Raptor™ borrows elements from the legendary Kukri to get the raw speed and power necessary to chop through more or less anything that could conceivably need chopping through. The angle and width of the tip provides a natural point, while the smooth convex/concave transition of the edge gives you the durability of an axe and the sharpness and control of a whittling knife - both right where you need them, without detracting anything from each other.
Finally, you know how some otherwise great Bowies, Kukris and Machetes kinda force you to hold back a little so your hand won't slip? Yeah, we hate that too. That's why the Red Rock Raptor™ has an ergonomically contoured 100% leather handle and generous handguards on both ends. You can pound with the pommel, stab with the point, whittle with the base of the blade, chop with the convex edge and hack with the bonecrusher spine as hard and fast as you are physically able to. The wide, smoothly rounded handguards will protect your fingers from impact and make sure the knife stays glued to your hand, no matter what you do. Don't let the aggressive look fool you; this knife was built to work as great as it looks. We believe that in a successful design, form and function should not compete but complement each other.