Aikuchi in Crucible CPM-S60v and a Puggy

Discussion in 'Custom Knife Forum' started by Matthew Gregory, Feb 12, 2017.

  1. Matthew Gregory

    Matthew Gregory Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure if I've ever shared any of my knives here, and if I'm not sure, that sort of means that even if I have, it must mean it was a long time ago. :what!:

    Just finished these two up, and tomorrow they'll be off to their new home.


    These are .280" thick Crucible CPM-S60v, formerly known as CPM-440v, a very high wear resistance stainless steel. The larger of the two has a 6" blade, and Puggy is just shy of 3", and both feature hand polished fullers, hand finished primary bevels and beveled spines. The guards are black G10, and have coined edges. The handles are bright red G10 under the black wrap, and offer a great contrast, I think.






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    Per the customer's request, both blades have the option of an ultrasuede-lined aluminum 'Hartsfield' style sheath, wrapped in gorgeous mahogany bison leather, or an ultrasuede-lined kydex sheath. Here they are shown with their 'Hartsfield' sheaths:






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    Thanks for looking, gang!
     
  2. jaysmith10

    jaysmith10 Well-Known Member

    Beautiful! Love the contrast.


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  3. ARCustomKnives

    ARCustomKnives Well-Known Member

    Amazing work!
     
  4. Ty Adams

    Ty Adams KNIFE MAKER

    Those are awesome. I am not usually a fan of Japanese style knives. But the finish on those is very nice.
     

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