Tommy Knife® TK-H Ti Knife with G10 Grip
Tommy Knife® TK-H Ti Knife with G10 Grip
Tommy Knife® TK-H Ti Knife with G10 Grip
Tommy Knife® TK-H Ti Knife with G10 Grip

Tommy Knife® TK-H Ti Knife with G10 Grip

Regular price $625.00

Tommy Knife® Model TK-H (Serial # XM-H3LTL)

    *The knife you see in the picture is the actual knife.

    Options:

    • Blade material: Ti-6Al-4V
    • Blade design:  Custom to model (flat edge)
    • Edge finish:  Left hand grind
    • Blade finish:  Gunmetal
    • Grip material:  G10 - black
    • Grip finish (style):  Caveman
    • Grip thickness:  1/4" per side
    • Sheath material: Kydex with Tek-Loc adjustable and contoured. Accommodates belts from 1.25" - 2.25"

    Specifications:

    • Overall Length: 7 1/8th"
    • Blade Length: 3.5"
    • Cutting edge length:
    • Blade Thickness: 0.190"
    • Weight:

    About the Tommy Knife® TK-H:  A mid sized fixed blade. A custom design by Tom Clarke, often carried and used in pairs. They are offered in both a right and left chisel grind as well as V grind. The entire Tommy Knife line is designed for a forward or reverse grip application.

    About the Handle:  The handles were designed in a way that when you form a grip the foreign debris is pushed out allowing a secure grip of skin against the material. There are no wraps or acute angles where mud or debris could accumulate which could interfere with a secure solid grip.  If foreign debris is not able to escape from a handle, often seen with wraps or a divot inlay, a smooth and slippery surface will result and error is likely.

    Blade Material:  The Titanium blades are drastically lighter and are not susceptible to corrosion. Because there is no danger of rust it is not necessary to coat these blades. Titanium blades are not designed for prying; their optimal use would be for diving or for those who require or desire a lighter knife design.

     

    *Custom made, each knife is a unique final design of the sculpted grip, interrupted blade surfaces, and cutting edge due to the fact that this can only be done one knife at a time by hand.