Fairbairn–Sykes fighting knife, ring grip pattern. The F-S fighting knife became famous when it was issued to British special forces during WW2, including the SAS Regiment. Many countries adopted the knife. The US Marines designed a special knife for the Marine Raisers based on the F-S.
Patternwelded Fighting Bowie by Ferrum D. Gentile. The blade has been forged from 02 & L6 Toolsteel and folded to achieve approx. 250 layers. The Knife has been heat treated to 59HRC. The Handle is an elaborate Olive Drab coloured Paracord wrap and has been epoxy coated. It comes with a nice, hard hand sewen leather sheath.
When most people think of a knife, they think of a traditional blade with a single point, but not Jon and Josh Graham. In 2001, the Graham brothers, of Graham Knives, developed a cross between a razor and a chisel and a blade that featured 2 points. CRKT followed up on the Grahams’ design and put the Graham Razel into production. The knife really has everything: a bottle opener, a glass breaker, and 3 edges to use in a variety of applications.