I am please to introduce you to a new knife I've been working on for some time now. The new Combat #6. The knives which fall into the category of true Combat knives are rare, partly because of the complexity of the weapon. A Combat knife needs to be big enough, but not too big. Strong, but not too thick. A cutter, but not to be babied. Natural to carry, natural to draw, natural to use. The new Combat #6 has elements borrowed from my very popular Combat #4, but further refined. The point is stronger, the handle just a little thinner while being a hair longer. Blade tip is flat ground while the cutting edge is a thinner hollow grind. Minor changes all, but at this level major improvements are all subtle.
In addition to my forged, Laminated Steel I am also offering a carbon steel version in 80CRV2. I have used this new steel for a while now and I'm pleased with it's unique place in the spectrum of blade steels. I am impressed enough that I chose to offer this new knife in a slightly more attainable non-forged version in both blued and bright finishes. All of the new knives are heat treated here, ground with the same care as the most pricey exhibition-grade knife, and delivered in a leather sheath that is cut and sewn and finished twenty feet from where I am sitting.
I am confident that whether you need a solid daily carry knife, a dependable addition to your bug-out bag, or the best last-ditch weapon on your gear, the new Combat #6 will speak for itself what it is capable of.
In addition to the blade steel options, you also have the choice of a black or chestnut sheath.
To purchase, visit my Available page here.
Blade length is just over 5" with an overall length of 10.25"