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Home Products Dress Dreadnought

Dress Dreadnought

by Nevling, Mark (Burr Oak), Burr Oak Knives

SKU 148919

Date Added 06/20/2014

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $595.00

Overview

This custom liner lock folder features a San Mai (416/52100) Damascus clip point blade with a singe thumb stud and file work on blade spine. The handle has Skulls Mosaic Damascus bolsters and carbon fiber/Red G-10 scales, file-worked and anodized titanium liners, and a fileworked steel backspacer. Strong lock up, nice detent and blade seating is dead center. Tip up anodized titanium clip. Includes a COA and nylon zippered case. Brand new from the maker at the 2014 Blade Show. Blade Steel: San Mai Damascus 416/52100

Product Details

Blade Length 3.5

Overall Length 8.5

Closed Length 5

Weight (oz) 8.4

Source From maker

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Clip

Blade Material Damascus

Blade Details Clip Point, Spear Point

Handle Material Carbon Fiber, G10, Metallic

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Nevling, Mark (Burr Oak)

Mark Nevling was born in Boston Massachusetts and was raised on a land near there that was granted to his ancestors for services to the nation during the Revolutionary War. Marks teenage years were spent in the Chicago area and he currently resides in a small town in downstate Illinois, called Hume. Mark made his first knife in 1987 and from then on knew that knife making was his passion and has devoted his life to perfecting his trade. Blacksmithing is found in both his mother's and his father's family lines and so continues a long family tradition reaching back generations. Full time knife making has allowed Mark to maintain an important roll in his local community as a volunteer firefighter and a certified first responder. Working out of his local shop in Hume allows him to respond to almost forty medical and fire emergencies a year with the rest of the Hume Fire Protection District. Mark has been married for 15 years to Affeelea Nevling who is a registered nurse and talented glass bead maker. Mark and Affee have a son, a daughter , and three lovely grandchildren. Mark is also an apprentice Damascus smith under George Werth who has been outspoken proponent of cleanliness and quality in Damascus forging for decades.

Burr Oak Knives

Mark Nevling was born in Boston Massachusetts and was raised on a land near there that was granted to his ancestors for services to the nation during the Revolutionary War. Marks teenage years were spent in the Chicago area and he currently resides in a small town in downstate Illinois, called Hume. Mark made his first knife in 1987 and from then on knew that knife making was his passion and has devoted his life to perfecting his trade. Blacksmithing is found in both his mother's and his father's family lines and so continues a long family tradition reaching back generations. Full time knife making has allowed Mark to maintain an important roll in his local community as a volunteer firefighter and a certified first responder. Working out of his local shop in Hume allows him to respond to almost forty medical and fire emergencies a year with the rest of the Hume Fire Protection District. Mark has been married for 15 years to Affeelea Nevling who is a registered nurse and talented glass bead maker. Mark and Affee have a son, a daughter , and three lovely grandchildren Mark is also an apprentice Damascus smith under George Werth who has been outspoken proponent of cleanliness and quality in Damascus forging for decades.

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