Ecos Knives Hamon Lined Tanto Blade w/ Black/Black Handle

$80.00
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Ecos Knives Hamon Lined Tanto Blade w/ Black/Black Handle
Ecos Knives was started by Jason Aube who is a self taught Michigan Knifemaker that started making knives at age 14. At the time of writing this he has been making knives for 24yrs. Originally concentrating his efforts on stainless steel blades with immaculate finishes (hand rubbed satin finishes, mirror polishes, etc) He soon found while these finishes look great they soon get messed up with actual use. So he decided to start Ecos to offer custom knives with user grade finishes at affordable prices. One of the biggest reasons we are carrying work created by Ecos knives is to get people to try their very first full custom knife and make that jump from production to custom without it breaking their bank. Jason Aube does an apprentice within his shop and a bit more about him. 
 
Juvel joined us in 2011 as our apprentice. Prior to working with us he was in the construction field. After a trial period to make sure he was compatible with the business he became a full time worker.  He is still being trained with some stages of the process but has mastered many stages. Today Juvel does most of the heavy work. He does the majority of the forging, grinding, finishing, etc.
 
Both Jason and Juvel contribute to the making of these pieces.
 
Specifications:

  • Model: Tanto Knife
  • Overall Length: 6.375"
  • Blade Length: 3.00" 
  • Blade Width: 1.00"
  • Blade Thickness: .09375"
  • Blade Grind: Double Flat Grind
  • Edge Grind: Double Flat Grind
  • Heat Treatment: Hand forged, normalized, differentially hardened, oil quenched, and double tempered.
  • Blade Steel: 1095 High Carbon Steel
  • Blade Finish: Hand sanded to 400 grit, acid etched to bring out the color of the hamon (yes its a real hamon)
  • Handle Material: Black satin cord underwrap with a black paracord overwrap that is sealed with resin to keep it from ever unwrapping.
  • Color: Black/Black 
  • Sheath: Kydex sheath. Sheath holes are drilled for .75" centers and can be used with various hardware (sold separately) or tied to gear using Zip-Ties or cord.
  • Country of Origin: The Philippines 

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