Fossil Steller's Sea Cow Bone & Blackwood by Steve Torok Folder Type: Gentlemen Large Linerlock Blade Length: 2 7/8 inches Overall Length: 7 13/16 inches Blade Steel: "Ladder" pattern Damascus High Carbon Steel Handle Material: Fossil Steller's Sea Cow Bone Bolster Material: Blackwood Thumb Knob Gemstone: Red Sapphire which has been graded IF (which is the highest grade given and means the gemstone is internally flawless and free of inclusions) Filework: On top of blade and li
CRKT refers to this new knife, designed by Liong Mah, as The Eraser. Envisioned as a tactical folder, the knife has a modified Tanto blade 3.88 inches long of AUS 8 stainless steel. The hollow grind proceeds 5/8 of an inch up to a flat with a thickness of 0.14 inches. The flat then tapers to the spine leaving a thickness of 1/16 of an inch. The blade is also partially serrated and has a black Ti Nitride finish.
Parrying dagger (pugnale bolognese), ca. 1550–75; Italian. Partly gilt steel, brass & wood. Designed to be used together with a rapier, this dagger is fitted with a side ring, recurved quillons & a depression at the base of one side of the blade to accommodate the thumb and facilitate a firmer grip. The waves in the blade may be intended to act like "speed bumps" in breaking the impact of a blow from an opponent's blade. The piercing of the fullers (grooves) is decorative.
The blade of this innovative new covert escape knife is concealed inside of a fifty-cent US coin! It features an aggressive circular blade made of superior quality Japanese steel which can cut cord, rope, duct tape, plastic zip-ties, and other non-metallic materials, increasing the odds of escaping unlawful captivity.