Heavy Necker/EDC in random pattern damascus and cottonwood burl!


This is the twin to the knife I made for myself on 11-2-21, and it pretty much has it all. 416 layer 1095 and 15n20 random pattern damascus, differentially heat treated of course, stabilized cottonwood burl, peened nickle silver pins, tapered tang, slightly oversized spine with a nice thin flat grind to a .010″ edge, heirloom fit on the scales to reduce that sharp edge feeling as the scales expand and contract during changes in seasons and climates. and the same paracord belt loop that I use that holds it high and tight to the body and is slim enough that you can roll around under a truck with it on without discomfort.

this one is setup as a belt knife, if you would like me to cut the sheath for a neck carry, please put a note in the purchase thingy.

Date made: 11-3-21

Style: Heavy Necker/EDC

Steel: 416 layer 1095 and 15n20 random pattern damascus

Handle: stabilized cottonwood burl

Pins: Peened nickle silver

Sheath: Black Kydex

OAL: 8 1/16″

Blade Lenth: 4″

Width: 13/16″

Grind: Full Flat .007″ at the shoulder of the edge, .037″ measured 1/4″ back from the edge, .104″ at the spine

Blade finish: Handsanded 600grit and etched in ferric to bring out the pattern and hardening line

Weight With Sheath: 3.35 ounces



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