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Home Products Cuda Talon - Talonite Blade Simonich Design

Cuda Talon - Talonite Blade Simonich Design

by Camillus Knives, Simonich, Rob, Hinderer, Rick

SKU 1006170

Date Added 06/28/2018

# Available This product is out of stock

Original price $209.00

Price $198.00

Overview

"The Talon, designed by custom knifemaker and talonite pioneer Robert Simonich of Clancy, Montana for CUDA/Camillus is the ultimate personal fixed blade knife. The Talon is crafted of Talonite: the finest knife blade material available. Talonite holds a razor edge and will never rust or corrode. It is a revolutionary blade material and a new first from CUDA. The classic drop point shape of the Talon is the perfect 'user' shape for such an advanced blade material. The ergonomic design and practical profile lend the Talon to a myriad of work-knife chores like skinning, boning, and light utility work." Milled black G10 handle. Full tang construction with blade thickness of 3/32" and depth of just under 1". Comes with a brown leather sheath. Has some scratches, otherwise good condition. Very comfortable in the hand.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.75

Overall Length 7.875

Closed Length 4.75

Weight (oz) 3.8

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Full Tang, Has Sheath

Blade Material Talonite

Blade Details Drop Point

Handle Material G10

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Camillus Knives
Camillus Knives

The Camillus Cutlery Company was one of the oldest knife manufacturers in the United States as its roots date back to 1876. The Company produced millions of knives until it filed for bankruptcy in 2007.

Simonich, Rob

You won't hear me bragging much about my knives, my customers do it for me. I use what I feel are the best raw materials I can find. For blade steel, my favorites are D-2, ATS-34 and CPM-440V. I carefully heat treat, freeze, triple temper and hardness test during the blade making process. If a blade doesn't meet these specs, into the garbage it goes. When you first get a new knife from me, it will be extremely sharp. Don't be disappointed if it dulls quickly, as it is actually too sharp. Resharpening one or two times will get rid of the ""wire edge"", and then the blade will really start to perform. I use diamond stones of medium and fine grit, and I recommend you do too. I like how the edge then bites into what I'm cutting. I guarantee my knives in materials and workmanship..as long as you don't abuse them!! It looks impressive, but we all know a fine blade used as a chisel becomes a lousy chisel. Knives are for cutting, not prying or turning screws. Deceased 2013

Hinderer, Rick
Hinderer, Rick

In the mid 1980’s Rick Hinderer began his knife making journey making art knives in a small 14′ x 18′ turkey coop with none of the modern amenities, like heat or running water! Art knives are a far cry from the tactical scene which Rick is so deeply entrenched in now. Over the years his meticulous attention to knife design and knife making, coupled with his real world experience as a Fire Fighter / EMT sets him apart from the rest. Rick’s design philosophy is deeply rooted in his experience with using his knives as part of his first responder tools. That catalyst of change from art knives to hard use tactical was after Rick joined the rescue dive team. He really began to look at knives and designs more as hard use tactical tools than works of art. Rick began changing over from old world knife making techniques to modern CNC precision manufacturing. With the combination of designing art knives, and his real world experience as a first responder, this unusual perspective allows him to design hard use tactical folders that are not only aesthetically pleasing to the eye, but extremely comfortable in the hand. All of Rick’s products are engineered to go the distance when it counts the most whether it be when life is on the line, or you just need a good cutting tool! Visit this maker's website: Rick Hinderer Knives.

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