what? This particular skill, working on a curved surface down a tapered, narrowing tang can only be achieved by a skilled hand. It's really very simple. Sadly, this is one of the most neglected conversations about modern knives, yet it is one of the most critical attributes to the knife function, durability, and longevity. From my upcoming book: I'm a realist. (In the book, I go into exactly why this is difficult to pull off) So the string of justifications continue, and I believe that dishonors our history and fine craftsmanship in general. It is a gorgeous steel, with a bright bluish-chrome color when polished. I imagine I'll wait a while on that- For all the knives that have a sanded finish, the number one reason that most makers hand-sand their blades along their length is lack of the necessary patience and skill to complete a finer finish.
Wow: a liquid metal robot assassin! My information on my website is simply my opinion, after having made knives for many (30) years. Ill try to make a knife with it! I offer all milled options in a blade. A screwdriver or ice pick can easily be shoved through a car door, but you wouldn't carry either one into combat. If you cant get away: The folding knife must be kept absolutely clean; it cannot have mud, dirt, lint, cloth, or anything whatsoever on it and in it, or it will NOT work. Occasionally, I'll get requests for a different look.