Pocket Sword --- AUCTIONED on Facebook

SKU
131932
Date Added:
01/25/13
# Available:
0
Price: $3,000.00
Overview
This awesome linerlock that was apart of Michael's knives at the TKI 2013 features lightning strike carbon fiber scales and perfectly dovetailed mokume bolsters. The modified tanto blade is a collaboration between Burch/Muller damascus. Anodized single thumb stud, liners and back spacer. The blade floats open with an early and secure lock up. Tip up carry accented pocket clip with a dragon monuke. This is one "big bad beauty" that needs to be apart of any tactical collectors collection.
Blade Steel: Burch/Muller Damascus
Product Details
  • Blade Length
    5.175
  • Overall Length
    11.75
  • Closed Length
    6.75
  • Weight (oz)
    12
  • Source
    From Maker
Additional Specs
  • Knife Type
    Tip Up Clip
  • Blade Material
    Damascus
  • Blade Details
    Tanto
  • Handle Material
    Carbon Fiber, Metallic
  • Other Details
    Tactical
ABOUT THE MAKER
Burch (Burchtree Bladeworks), Michael
I was born in 1978 and grew up on a (mostly) un-farmed chunk of land in Southern Missouri. The land was wild, expansive, and full of adventures for a young boy. I spent a lot of my youth exploring every inch of that land with a Buck Special strapped to one side and a black lab walking close on the other. I’m not sure where my love for knives came from – but it’s always been there. I started collecting knives from flea markets or garage sales. I even built a few blades in my father’s workshop when I was about 12. I had no idea what I was doing, but it was fun nonetheless. As I grew, so did my collection. After high school, I joined the United States Marine Corps as a reservist and went on to play soccer and attend college. After sowing my proverbial “wild oats,” I settled down in Springfield, Missouri and started working as an editor and writer for the internet department of a large outdoor retail company. Around 2002, the bug to build knives hit me hard. I spent hours upon hours reading the internet asking questions, and talking to as many knifemakers as I could. My first “adult knife” turned out about as well as the knives I built when I was a kid, but I kept at it and have been a full-time maker since 2007.
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