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This Sirius framelock, integral folder from Dalibor Bergam features a tanto shaped, satin finished blade with dual thumb-studs, thumb hole, and notched thumb-rest. The handle is all titanium with heavy sculpting and a gorgeous heat colored finish. Has tip up titanium clip with matching finish. Perfect detent, blade seating and lock up. This piece is new from Mr. Bergam's shop in Croatia. Comes with certificate of authenticity dated October 6th 2015. Blade Steel: CPM3V
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    Tip Up Clip
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    Drop Point, Tanto
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Bergam, Dalibor
Dalibor Bergam lives in Croatia. My love for knives began very early , my grandpa gave me my first knife when I was a little kid , maybe 7 or 8 years old.. ever since than I was hooked! I tried making my first knife right after finishing college of Civil Engineering. I couldn't find a I thought that was the perfect time to try and build my own knife. I always wanted to make my own knife...but that proved to be harder than I thought! Funny thing is that I had absolutely no prior knowledge in metal working and things like mill , lathe or a surface grinder were all strange to me and really didn't know how they looked like let a lone how to work with them. Soon after my initial idea of making knives I got my first materials , sheet of Ti and two sheets of s30v , needless to say I screwed up titanium and s30v completely... My first tools were my grinder and a drill press... now my grinder was a piece of crap , took about one day to grind a blade pre heat treat, after I got it back from HT it would take another day to finish it . Little by little I was investing all my spare cash into new equipment and better tools... and I can tell you that you always need more tools and machines. When it comes down to why I make knives the way I do, so thick and overbuilt, I guess the simplest answer is that I just love them overbuilt! And each knife I make, I make it just as I'm making it for my self!!! I remember when I first saw a Strider.. fell in love on the first glance, soon after I got my first SMF and was blown away by the toughness and yet simplicity of the design! As you can all see Strider was a huge influence on my work, love the huge pivot and the external stop pin as in my opinion it's the absolute toughest combination for a hard use knife!!!
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