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Home Products Fighter

Fighter

by Dempsey, David

SKU 6526

Date Added 07/17/2008

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $235.00

Overview

3/16" blade thickness and 1 3/8" blade depth. False top edge. Full tang construction. Contoured handle that feels good in the hand. Noticeable sheath marks.

Product Details

Blade Length 5

Overall Length 10.125

Additional Specs

About the Maker

Dempsey, David

I have always liked and had an interest in knives. My father gave me my first knife, a little folder, when I was around five years old. To this day, I can remember the fascination and thrill it provided me. As fate would have it, I met my knife-making mentor on my honeymoon, ten years ago. A journey smith in the American Bladesmith Society at the time, Wally Hayes has been my inspiration, teacher and friend. I feel fortunate to have him as my guiding force. Using what I have learned from a great friend I am now taking those skills and incorporating them into my own style. As I continue to develop and hone my abilities I am finding the world of knife making more and more fascinating."