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Home Products Junkyard Dog II - Galyean Design Krein Regrind

Junkyard Dog II - Galyean Design Krein Regrind

by Galyean, Tim, Kershaw Knives, Krein, Tom

SKU 1038764

Date Added 12/31/2021

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $395.00

Overview

The Kershaw Junkyard Dog II by Kershaw features a fine bead blasted San Mai blade with false top edge. Easily opened via the Flipper system on the spine. The handle has bead blasted titanium scales with stainless steel tip down carry stainless steel clip. Nice detent, lockup and blade seating. Has some light scuffs, otherwise excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.625

Overall Length 8.625

Closed Length 5

Weight (oz) 5.4

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Down Carry, Tip Down Clip

Blade Material Other

Blade Details Drop Point

Handle Material Metallic

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Galyean, Tim

Tim Galyean is considered by many to be one of the first truly high-end Tactical Knife Makers. In fact Galyean knives are still a benchmark of quality and craftsmanship.

Kershaw Knives
Kershaw Knives

Kershaw was founded in 1974 to design and manufacture tools that knife users would be proud to own, carry, and use. This has meant that every Kershaw knife must be of the highest quality. Whether it’s a hardworking pocketknife, a hunting knife, or a special collectors’ edition, Kershaw always chooses appropriate, high-quality materials and is dedicated to intensive craftsmanship. Along with extremely tight tolerances and state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques, this ensures that Kershaw knives provide a lifetime of performance. Kershaw pioneered the use of many of the technologies and advanced materials that are today standard in the knife industry. Our SpeedSafe assisted opening knives were first-to-market. We introduced the concept of knives with interchangeable blades in our Blade Traders. Recently, our Composite Blade technology, which combines two steels into one blade, gives knife users the best of both worlds by enabling us to use steel known for edge retention on the edge and steel known for strength on the spine. And we will keep on innovating, bringing new and better technologies and materials to today's knifemaking industry and knife-using public.

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.

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