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Home Products Veloz Flipper

Veloz Flipper

by Chaves, Ramon, Ferrum Forge

SKU 1046018

Date Added 05/05/2022

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $795.00

Overview

The Veloz knife is a collaboration between Chaves Knives and Ferrum Forge, it is based on the 228 folder, the Veloz flipper is a limited run of just 200 knives. It features a tumble finished blade with flipper and copper thumb studs. The handle has a tumbled titanium frame with an anodized pivot, barrel spacers and tip up clip, a steel lock insert/stop, Hoback Rolling Detent (HRD) and ceramic bearings. Comes with nylon zippered case. Has a few light scratches, otherwise excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3

Overall Length 7.25

Weight (oz) 4.9

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Carry

Blade Material CTS-XHP

Blade Details Drop Point

Handle Material Metallic

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Chaves, Ramon
Chaves, Ramon

"My interest in knives began early at about the age of 8 when my Mom bought me a knife while on vacation at Knotts Berry Farm. Yeah I had to beg and beg her to buy it for me, and I still have it. I collected a few knives as a youngster. In 1993 still in High school I found an old knife that looked handmade. I asked my dad where it came from. He told me his brother used to make them out of old hacksaw blades from the railroad where he worked. I thought it was the coolest thing so I tried my hand at it. A few weeks later I finished my first knife a Bowie style knife using a chainsaw bar for the blade, some brass for the guard and antler for a handle. Since then I have made a few knives a year just as a hobby. In 2010 a good friend of mine that I work with at the railroad asked me to make him one and he said he would pay for it. After it was delivered orders started coming in for my handmade blades. It turned from a hobby into an addiction. I love making knives. It is gratifying to turn raw materials into something useful, and to know people appreciate the effort that went into making their knife."

Ferrum Forge
Ferrum Forge

"I really like edged tools. I’ve had a knife in my hand since I was four years old, thanks to my grandfather. But the day finally came when my taste in knives out-grew my wallet and I started asking questions, like why some knives were so darn expensive and why it costs an arm and leg to get a decent sword these days. And now I know why. What I found was an entire other world of custom blade smiths, some of whom made a living making knives. I was instantly impressed by the masters like Jay Fisher, Don Fogg, and the late Jim Schmidt. What began in my garage has grown, tremendously, since 2009. I managed to infect my brother Chris with the knifemaking bug and together we have grown as brothers and business partners. That growth has required evolution in every aspect of what we do at Ferrum Forge Knife Works. What used to be cut with a bandsaw is now water jet or laser cut, what was once milled on a manual mill is now CNC milled (even though we still do a lot of manual mill work), and all of that evolution has lead to us making better and better knives with every run we produce. Our tolerances are tighter, our assembly times are shorter, and we can make more knives at a more affordable price point with more value than we ever could have before. The evolution of our production methods has lead us to cutting edge manufacturing technologies like additive manufacturing via electron beam melting and kept us focused on using high end, high value materials. I never wanted Ferrum Forge to be hampered by any particular set method of knife production and the way we make knives will always evolve as we find better way to craft man's second oldest tool. It is often hard for people to classify our knives because we blend modern manufacturing method and hours of hand time in every knife, that's why we don't bother with labels any more, we just make good knives."

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