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Al Mar/Harsey Shiva Fighter

by Al Mar Knives, Harsey, Bill

SKU 1045845

Date Added 05/18/2022

# Available 1

Price $7,500.00

Overview

This Shiva Fighter is a very special and rare knife made by Al Mar and William Harsey, it is one of 40 that were made. It features a bead blasted blade with sharpened top edge, .245" blade stock and 1.238" blade depth, full tapered tang construction. The handle has a bead blasted stainless steel guard and black linen micarta scales. Comes with a black leather sheath, wooden display case and some Special Forces and Airborne pins/patch. Has a couple very light scuffs, otherwise excellent condition! The makers marks are hand engraved. Comes with some paperwork and a photocopy of Fighting Knives Magazine from 1989. This knife has never been used or resharpened.

Product Details

Blade Length 7

Overall Length 12.125

Weight (oz) 13

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Full Tang, Has Sheath, Tapered Tang

Blade Material 154 CM

Blade Details Drop Point, Spear Point

Handle Material Metallic, Micarta

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Al Mar Knives
Al Mar Knives

Al Mar started in the cutlery industry in 1968 in the employ of f Pete Gerber at Gerber Legendary Blades. Mar designed knives for Gerber until 1977 and, in 1978, founded Al Mar Knives. Since 1979, AL MAR Knives™ has been committed to making unique designs at quality levels that rival custom, hand-made knives. Today, each knife crafted by AL MAR is hand-finished and hand-sharpened by craftsmen dedicated to creating the very best possible. Each AL MAR knife features flat-ground blades for strength and superior performance – and that’s just one reason to trust the AL MAR name. Inducted into the Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame in 2009. Al passed away in 1992.

Harsey, Bill

Bill Harsey is a custom knife maker, designing and crafting one-of-a-kind folding and fixed blade knives, often to order. He is best known for his collaboration projects, in which he serves as knife designer for various knife companies. Sold his first knife in 1979. One of Harsey's most significant designs was that of the Yarborough Knife, which is named after Lt. Gen. William P. Yarborough, known as the "father of modern Special Forces." The Yarborough Knife is presented to each graduate of the United States Army Special Forces Qualification Course, with each of these knives possessing its own serial number, and logged in an official record book maintained by the United States Army Special Operations Command.

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