Monday, October 11, 2010

The First of the New Tools



This pair was inspired by an older Peter Atwood design that he called the KeyCutters. Each tool is completely handmade and ground, and so the specs vary slightly for each. As a general guideline though, for both of these, the blade lengths are just a hair under 1 inch with the tools being 2 13/16" long overall. Both of these are very sharp, and the bottleopener should only be utilized when the tool is sheathed. Both are made from heattreated CPM S30V, and the sheaths are kydex. I haven't thought up proper/formal names for these yet, though I do think they resemble the Minnow and Pryranha tools with blades instead of the pryends. If I can't come up with something good, I may hold a contest to try to name them:) I will try to put these up for sale on the website tonight, after doing some reorganizing.

5 comments:

vegassprky said...

Nice designs, really like these!!! Gary 8-)

CMac said...

I really like the combination of the bottle opener with a cutting edge. Good job, Joshua

Wes said...

These are pretty Bad Ass Joshua!
I even like the look of the protos with the clean edge looked ;)

Its great to see this new design my friend.

Wes

marco said...

Can't wait to see more of these designs. Very clever indeed. Shame I can be clumsy so would probably cut off my finger. Will wait for some non sharp items.
Lovely lines and contours.

SurvivaLogic said...

Just discovered this site. Some very cool designs!