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"Raptor" obverse 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" with Peruvian Lapis


"Seabee" Obverse view. ATS-34 high molybdenum stainless steel blade, 304 stainless steel bolsters, canvas micarta phenolic handle, locking kydex, aluminum stainless steel, nickel plated steel sheath
"Seabee" fine custom handmade tactical, combat, utility knife
  • Size: Length overall: 11" (28 cm), Blade Length: 5.9" (15 cm), Thickness: .1875" (.48 cm)
  • Weight: Knife: 11 oz. (312 grams), Sheath: 7.5 oz. (213 grams)
  • Blade: ATS-34 High Molybdenum Martensitic Stainless Tool Steel, Hardened and Tempered to Rockwell C59, hollow ground and mirror polished
  • Bolsters, Fittings: 304 Austenitic Stainless Steel, mirror polished
  • Handle: Polished Canvas Micarta Phenolic
  • Sheath: Locking, Kydex, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Nickel Plated Steel
  • Knife: Based on my original Pararescue design, the Seabee is a combat, tactical, and service knife meant for use. One glance and you know what branch of service and where this knife is headed. The blade is tough ATS-34 high molybdenum martensitic stainless tool steel, with a full, deep hollow ground in a useful tanto shape, with 1.5" of aggressive vampire rip teeth serrations. Atop the blade is wave filework, just enough for purchase and matching the theme of the knife. The knife is a full tang, strong design with a full taper for good weight balance. The bolsters are high nickel, high chromium zero care 304 austenitic stainless steel, with deep quillons and a large rear bolster lanyard hole. The handle material is tough canvas Micarta phenolic, and the extra canvas texture gives a good grip especially when wet.
  • Sheath: The waterproof locking sheath for this fine combat-grade knife is made of double thick (.120") kydex thermoformed acrylic/pvc mounted to a strong frame of hammer-hardened 5052H32 corrosion resistant aluminum frame welts with .250" nickel plated steel Chicago screws. The sheath has a matched pair of 1.75" standard utility belt loops, reversible for left/right or up/down wear.
  • This is a fine combat grade military knife, a style suitable for any type of tough cutting chore, and ready for the sea!

Thanks, V. M. !

I came home to a package on my door step from you. My god your craftsmanship is just awesome!!! Flawless design for this blade, very clean lines and honed to perfection. I love it!!! I can't wait to try it on some materials at work tomorrow, so far just 3x5 index cards have met there maker. The handle fits me like a glove and feels very secure. The sheath is awesome very sturdy and ridged, awesome locking mechanism by the way. Very clever design and boy is it effective. I have sheathed and extracted the blade with bare hands only tonight, I will try gloves tomorrow to see if I can get it out (I've got fat fingers).
Jay you are one hell of a craftsman, you are truly a master at your art. You poured so much energy into this piece for me and I am positive you do the same for my brother's in arms everywhere.
Thank you again!!! I'll be in touch with testing results on different materials.

--V. M

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"Seabee" reverse view. Note custom etching on blade, reversible belt loops on sheath "Seabee" Edgework, filework detail. Note fully tapered tang, stout, thick point, dovetailed bolsters and handle material "Seabee" Blade detail, obverse side. Note sheath locking mechanism which is all stainless steel "Seabee" reverse side blade detail. Note aggressive serrations, nickel plated steel screws securing sheath "Seabee" sheathed detail. Sheath is postively locking, waterproof, combat tough.

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