Amsler Knives 2049 edition Hurricane Razor 2.0 Fixed Blade Knife Stonewash Long


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Sale price$220.00

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This listing is for my hurricane Razor 2049 Edition Exact dimensions to the blade used in the feature film

Blade material : cpm 154
5/32" 
Blade Edge 3.5CM about
overall:15.5CM about 
Bos heat treat
60HRC
Timascus clip spacer and screws (size T8 torx)
Kydex sheath

Extra Orings and Wiha T8 torx provided

Own a piece of the future..

Same as the original version the blade is cpm 154 with BOS heat treat. The blade has been redesigned to allow for a more shallow grind and will take a finer sharpened angle. The tip has been flat sharpened to make it thicker and more rebust for lots of use on detailed tasks. The shape has a false tanto look to it.. To the eye it looks more like a tanto then a drop point but the tip between the two edges has been mildly rounded off to bring the two together..

The clip has been redesigned to provide for a more stream-lined look. It grips to pockets quite well and is easily bent back if overextended in future use .The clip, spacer and screws are all titanium. All the components have been taken down to a fine finish and then stonewashed and polished.. Like the originals the sheath is kept as small as possible and doesn't stand out in a pocket carry setting…

I've included with the knife some extra o-rings ...The screws are not cheap and I can't warrantee them so please be careful with them… I can sell them separately if needed… They are definitely worth the cost though and have a perfect machined finish… Dare I say the nicest screws I've ever seen. The clip is also reversible now...

The blades come with orings installed on the forward of the blade.. They provide better grip on the blade and they help protect the blade from scratches and noise from putting it down on flat surfaces… They can be taken off or moved around to your liking with or without the clip installed

The blade has been sharpened to a 19 degree angle using a wicked edge sharpening system . I take them to 1000 grit and then strop them a bit by hand..
All my knives are made by hand. I have parts waterjet but all the other work is done using sanding belts and assorted buffers. I don't use CNC or mass production machinery. Because of this no knife is identical and each have minor distinct differences.

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