Maurauder-Hand Ground/Satin Finished #38

SKU
1015445
Date Added:
09/12/19
# Available:
1
Price: $625.00 Sale Price: $599.00
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Overview
This limited edition (#38 and dated 05/14) Walter Brend Marauder has a hand ground CPM 154 blade with a satin finish with a rockwell hardness of 58-59. The recurve drop point blade geometery features a nice swedge and jimping on the spine near the handle. Ambidexterous thumb studs allow the knife to fire open smoothly with no lock rock or blade play. Stonewashed titanium handle with black Krayton inserts provide a great grip with superior ergonomics. Lock face is Tungsten Carbide hardened and lock bar has an over travel stop. Black G-10 backspacer compliments the handle inserts nicely. Pocket clip is right hand, tip up carry. Excellent condition. Comes with original box, zippered case and paper work.
Product Details
  • Blade Length
    3.75
  • Overall Length
    8.875
  • Closed Length
    5
  • Weight (oz)
    6.5
  • Source
    Previously Owned
Additional Specs
  • Knife Type
    Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip
  • Blade Material
    154 CM
  • Blade Details
    Drop Point, Recurve
  • Handle Material
    Metallic, Rubber
  • Other Details
    Tactical
ABOUT THE MAKER
Brend, Walter
Walter Brend is a living legend in the knife industry. He's been grinding knives for nearly forty years and has gained a reputation for having some of the most intricate and most beautiful custom grind lines around. He specializes in tactical folders and fixed blades that are just the right combination of size, style, and of course functionality. After living in several states, Walter and his wife moved to rural McMinn County home and soon began turning out new styles for collectors in an expanded work shop. The shop is filled with different sized belt grinders and unique equipment needed to cut and finish his one-of-a kind creations. Several machines were designed by him and built by a specialty company. Along with constantly developing new and unique knife design styles, Walter also takes special orders from collectors who have their own ideas. Buyers in other countries often seek special creations, asking for both hunting and collectible knives. Walter said his most expensive weapon created was a sword that sold for $30,000 to a collector in China.
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