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Home Products Terzuola M30 Battle Guard Collaboration

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Terzuola M30 Battle Guard Collaboration

by Olamic Cutlery, Terzuola, Bob

SKU 410590

Date Added 08/10/2020

# Available 1

Price $695.00

Overview

This M30 Battleguard is a collab between Bob Terzuola and Olamic Cutlery, it features a Damascus blade with fullers, a false top edge, .195" blade stock, and 1.148" blade depth with hidden tang construction. Handle and is carbon fiber with Damascus guard, bead blasted stainless pin and lanyard tube. Comes with COA and nylon zippered case. Excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 6

Overall Length 11.5

Weight (oz) 8.4

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Hidden Tang

Blade Material Damascus

Blade Details Drop Point, Spear Point

Handle Material Carbon Fiber

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Olamic Cutlery
Olamic Cutlery

We are a family-owned and operated knife company that started in 2010 in California. Olamic began with fixed blades and expanded into folders in 2013. To do so we brought along ABS MasterSmith Michael Vagnino and built up a small facility in Visalia, CA where he lives. Our goal at the time was to combine old world handwork we learned from our fixed blades and modern materials to make custom folders. The Wayfarer Classic was our first such folder, followed by Wayfarer Compact, Rainmaker, and Gambit. These models are handmade, built without the use of CNC. Making knives one at a time is the only way to maintain our “never the same" mantra. There are over ten million possible builds on our custom knives and each one made is unique. In 2016 we wanted to offer a robust EDC knife and designed the Wayfarer 247. We quickly realized that to make this knife competitive we need to have some parts pre-machined. Our Visalia shop doesn’t have this capacity and after an extensive search we found such precision in Italy. Everything beyond this initial step is done in California by the same hands that build our customs. Our fixed blades are made in Russia in small batches, all completely by hand. We forge our own Damascus from a proprietary mix of both high carbon and Vanadium-based steels. The steel is called H.C.V.D. and can be found in many patterns on our hunting knives and daggers. In March of 2017 we began using our Russian-made Damascus on our folders and finally crossed our past and our future.

Terzuola, Bob
Terzuola, Bob

Bob Terzuola was born in Brooklyn, New York and attended New York University. Upon graduation in 1967 he went to Panama as a Peace Corps trainer and later became a jade carver and gemologist in the Motagua River Valley, Guatemala. In 1979, Terzuola began making knives and joined the Knifemakers' Guild in 1981on an endorsement from Bob Loveless. Terzuola's first knives were fixed blade designs made for soldiers in Guatemala. Later that year moved to New Mexico and began making folding knives. Seeing a need for a knife that could be carried discreetly, he developed a model featuring black micarta for the scales and bead-blasted titanium bolsters. Innovations in desgin for which he coind the term "Tactical Knife". Bob Terzuola attends many of the largest and well known custom knife shows across the world. Bob Terzuola Knives are known for their trademark design and high quality workmanship. Terzuola's most popular model is the ATCF, a folding knife design. This was his first tactical folding knife, although he also makes it with non-tactical materials. KnifeArt.com and Bob Terzuola have collaborated on projects such as the limited edition EXTF tactical folding knife. The KnifeArt.com exclusive EXTF was limited to 20 knives. Other knife models that Bob Terzuola is popular for are the 3A, TT-1, Model 7, Eagle Rock 514, TTF3A, Model 26, Starmate, TTF3B, Pathfinder, Century Starfighter, Starmate, Battle Guard, TTF6, Model 18 Combat Master, WEE T, and Battle Mate, just to name a few. Bob Terzuola also designed a very popular knife that for Spyderco, the SLIPIT. The SPLIT is made of the finest non-locking tactical folders on the market. Bob Terzuola has authored a book about the design of tactical knives named, 'The Tactical Folding Knife.' When you hear people say that Bob Terzuola literally wrote the book on tactical folding knives, he really did! Many custom tactical knifemakers have his book in their shop, and highly value his opinions and designs. Bob Terzuola has also authored articles about tactical knives and knifemaking for Blade, Soldier of Fortune and other publications. Bob Terzuola has collaborated with other custom knifemakers and production knife companies.