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Home Products Ti-Lock Steampunk

Ti-Lock Steampunk

by Reeve, Chris, Hawk, Grant & Gavin

SKU 417043

Date Added 03/13/2020

# Available This product is out of stock

Price $545.00

Overview

Grant and Gavin Hawk are knife makers with a unique since of design and have established a relationship with Chris Reeve over the years. They came up with the Ti-Lock mechanism and worked with Chris Reeve to engineer it and integrate it with a Chris Reeve knives product. A unique lock the gold anodized aluminum stud is held with spring tension from the blue titanium piece on top of the blade. The stud then rides the arc of the knife's end till it finds its stopping point in the titanium frame. The lock is an elegant system and can be used by either hand. The knife frame is .125 in thick titanium slabs with an oversized pivot. Unique, innovative pocket clip allows for pocket carry. Each year, CRK is doing a limited special run of the Ti-Lock. This first one has an almost steampunk vibe and is set off with a blue sapphire inlay. Comes with Reeve leather slip sheath. Excellent condition.

Product Details

Blade Length 3.25

Overall Length 7.25

Closed Length 4

Weight (oz) 3

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Tip Up Carry, Tip Up Clip

Blade Material S35VN

Blade Details Drop Point

Handle Material Metallic

Other Details Tactical

About the Maker

Reeve, Chris
Reeve, Chris

Chris Reeve Knives began operations on January 1, 1984, in a one-car garage in Durban, South Africa, when Chris moved from full-time Tool and Die Maker/part time knife maker to full-time knife maker. For a couple years he was the only employee but gradually and steadily, the company has grown to reach its present position as a well equipped manufacturing company and a noted brand in the industry. The road between 1984 and today has not always been smooth. For many years, the endeavor was under-funded but with determination, Chris and Anne put all they had into producing the best knives possible, within the resources available. In March 1989, they moved from their native South Africa and settled in Boise, Idaho. That move in itself was a major undertaking but vital for the future of the company. Chris has always "pushed the envelope". Whether on a motorcycle or behind a belt grinder, he dreamed of being a world champion. He did not win a motorcycle world championship but in many respects, the standing of CRK today represents one. His induction into the Cutlery Hall of Fame in June 2015 could be considered his championship trophy. The single thought in Chris' mind has always been to design every model with deliberation, taking into account how the knife works, its intended purpose and the most appropriate materials. On this foundation, CRK is a vibrant business, has a great staff of well-trained employees, and remains a company with a worldwide reputation for raising the standards bar - "pushing the envelope" - for the industry.

Hawk, Grant & Gavin
Hawk, Grant & Gavin

Grant Hawk and his son Gavin of Idaho City, Idaho started making knives in 1994. Grant had just ended a 20 year career as a prospector and manufacturer of mining equipment. "I spent years making everything I needed out of anything I could find," Grant said. "I believe those experiences helped me to see solutions lying below the surface. To me, designing a knife is much like prospecting because it seems more a matter of discovery than an act of creation. The art of the prospector is to discover the unknown through the application of logic, hard work and luck. Whenever unrelated ideas are found to mesh perfectly, luck is playing its part and every prospector knows, it's better to be lucky than smart." After attending the Oregon Knife Collectors Association Show in 1994, Grant and Gavin were not only inspired to become knifemakers, but were determined to make a better folder, the result of which is their custom D.O.G. folder, now available from CRKT in a production model.

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