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"Raptor" reverse side view in CPM154CM powder metal technology high molybdenum stainless steel blade, 304 stainless steel bolsters, Peruvian Lapis Lazuli gemstone handle, hand-carved leather sheath inlaid with Caiman skin
Raptor

Pecos II

"Pecos II" obverse side view in ATS-34 high molybdenum stainless steel blade, 304 stainless steel bolsters, Concealex
Pecos II Neck Knife

This Pecos II is a palm knife design, and this individual knife was custom ordered to be a neck knife, a knife worn on a breakaway chain or cord around the neck. The client liked the small design of the palm handle, just large enough to be held in the palm of the hand. This knife has a slightly upswept trailing point blade, a nice hollow grind, and is thin and sharp in mirror polished ATS-34 high molybdenum martensitic stainless steel for great toughness. The blade has full filework with a square punctuated pattern, and is bolstered by 304 austenitic stainless steel bolsters. The tang is tapered, and the bolsters are dovetailed and bed a pair of Black Jade gemstone handle scales. The jade is custom engraved deeply with the clients personal Kanji.

The sheath for this knife is an unusual one, designed to be worn around the neck, handle down. I made this one out of thin and light Concealex thermoforming acrylic/PVC and it is adhesively bonded and mechanically reinforced with steel rivets. Not my usual fare, the sheath is lightweight and secure, and the knife is locked in the sheath with a tab that is flexed sideways to allow the knife to be extracted.

A great custom neck knife.

Thanks, I.W.!

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"Pecos II" spine edgework, filework detail. Note fully tapered tang, punctuated square filework, dovetailed bolsters and black jade gemstone handle scales with deep engraving "Pecos II" sheathed view. Knife is removed from neck sheath by flexing sheath at tap located at forefinger quillon.

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