Kim Breed’s Double Trouble Knife

Ohio Classic Knife Show

WIN STEEL: Kim Breed’s “Double Trouble” offers two practical blade…

WIN STEEL: Kim Breed’s “Double Trouble” offers two practical blade lengths, 5 inches and 9.5 inches in one handy knife. The blade is “9 Bar Bold Twist” Damascus and the handle mammoth ivory with basket weave mosaic bolsters on titanium liners. This knife won “best folder” at the 2011 Ohio Classic Knife Show. The maker can be reached at 733 Jace Dr., Dept. TK, Clarksville, TN 37040; 931-980-4956;

WORKING HUNTER: Every hunter owes himself a great custom made blade like this 3.75-inch D2 tool steel drop-point from Harvey King. The handle is box elder burl with mosaic pins. King can be contacted at 32170 Hwy K4, Dept. TK, Alta Vista, KS 66834; 785-499-5207;

ORIGINAL COMMANDO: John Virant’s “Fairbairn-Sykes” style dagger continues a long history of close-combat use. The 6-inch blade is 440C stainless on a stacked leather washer handle soaked and coated in super glue. The handguard is brass. Virant can be reached at 128 Lincoln Ave., Dept. TK, Weirton, WV 26062; 304-723-1890;

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