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Home Products Stealth Project

Overview

This knife is called "Stealth Project" and is one of a kind. The original owner who had this knife built says "Rather than an exact replica or "Po'Boy", this was to a build in the spirit of the Emerson Stealth." It started its life as a Roadhouse. The regrind was done by Tom Krein. Ferrrk did the anodized titanium dovetailed bolsters, liners and backspacer, as well as wave removal and black G-10 scales. He replaced them with black paper micarta scales. Pete tapped it for a titanium pocket clip, did blue anodization, and crafted a thumb disc in the spirit of the thumbdisc that was on the original Stealth. Nathawut crafted the titanium pivot. ITSLASER handled the engraving. The number "12" on the blade is not the serial number, it is the 12th knife in the original owner's collection. Excellent condition. 

Product Details

Blade Length 3.5

Overall Length 8.875

Closed Length 5.375

Weight (oz) 5.6

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip

Blade Material 154 CM

Blade Details Tanto

Handle Material Metallic, Micarta

About the Maker

Emerson Knives
Emerson Knives

Ernest Emerson started making custom knives in his garage in 1979. He rapidly rose to prominence as a knife maker due in equal parts to his expertise as a craftsman, (tool and die maker), his artists eye for design, and his practical experience as one of the world’s most sought-after and respected hand-to-hand combat instructors. Emerson’s work has been featured and exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian Museum. There are only a handful of living artists who can make that claim. As an instructor in hand-to-hand combat and edged weapon skills, Mr. Emerson has taught the most elite warriors on earth, from the US Navy SEALs to the Guards of Parliament in London and everywhere in between. He is the author of scores of articles, books, and videos regarding tactics, training and combat. As one of the most sought after instructors in the world he is in high demand for seminars and lectures to civilian, military and law enforcement agencies. He is an inducted member of The Martial Arts Hall of Fame, along with such venerable names as Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris. In fact he is the only knife maker known who also owns and operates his own training facility, the world-class “Black Shamrock Combat Academy Gym” in Los Angeles, California.

Krein, Tom
Krein, Tom

I have been fascinated with knives for as long as I can remember. I can’t remember a time that I didn’t have a knife… Growing up I usually had a slip joint of some kind in my pocket. As I got older I realized how useful a good knife was while playing in the woods, or fishing on the creek. After seeing a copy of Blade magazine my sophomore year in high school I decided that I wanted to be a custom knife maker. After reading everything I could find on the subject I started making some fixed blades around 1993. A little later I got a chance to work for knife making legends Bob Dozier, and A.G. Russell. I currently work for myself and my three boys help in the shop. Knives are some of man’s oldest tools. I feel the beauty of a knife is that it can be tool and weapon in one package. In my knives I feel that form should follow function. This doesn’t mean that a knife can’t be beautiful, just that its functionality shouldn’t be affected by aesthetics. I continually strive to improve my knives and the methods I use to build them.

Bruckerhoff, Phil "Ferrrk"
Petchkong, Nathawut (Nath)
PoBoy Productions

The demand for Ernest Emerson Custom Knives is so high that Mr. Emerson can never fill the supply with his hand made custom creations. This has created a market opportunity for other craftsmen to take Emerson factory knives and turn them into beautiful customized, modified versions of Emerson Knives. However, these are not handmade Ernest Emerson custom knives and as a result they are available at a more affordable price. Any custom or after-market modifications voids any and all stated or implied warranty by Emerson Knives. Any defects or warranty issues must be addressed by the individuals that modified the original Emerson factory knife. These Po Boy conversions and all modified versions of these knives are after-market conversions of Emerson Knives, Inc. factory production knives and that none of these modifications were performed by Ernest Emerson or Emerson Knives, Inc. Any modification to any Emerson Knife voids the Warranty!

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