Fehrman Knives - New for 2009!

Discussion in 'What's New!' started by Fehrman, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. Fehrman


    Jun 13, 2002
    Fehrman Knives have three new products for 2009.

    1st is our "Short Stop"
    A nice little neck knife, in 1/4" 3V stock.

    2nd is our "Tactical Nessmuk"


    The double bit hawk in O-1 steel, is a great survival tool. One edge is heavier for chopping, and the other edge is hollow ground for finer work.

    3rd is the American Tomahawk 16" Comanche
    American Tomahawk contracted us to manufacture this new updated design. Built from 1/4" O-1 flat stock with Linen Micarta handles.

    Check them out and let us know what you think!

    Last edited: Feb 18, 2009
  2. mapper66


    Nov 11, 2007
    Interesting handle design on that short stop. Checked out the in-hand picture on the website, looks like a definite 2 finger hold on that one? 1/4" stock? :eek: That is a stout little beast no doubt. What kind of grind, almost looks hollow ground?
  3. Fehrman


    Jun 13, 2002
    Yes the neck knife is a two finger grip. It is hollow grind. Wanted to thin down the 1/4" stock, so you get a very sharp edge.
  4. HJK

    HJK Moderator Moderator

    Jun 30, 1999
    Very interesting new stuff! I know O1 can be an excellent steel, but why that choice for these instead of CPM 3V?
  5. Fehrman


    Jun 13, 2002
    We have never used 3V on our Tomahawks. Our VTAC is forged O-1, the Comanche is O-1, and the CQC-T is S-7. Both O-1 & S-7 lend themselves well, as shock resistance tool steels, to chopping/striking applications.

    Also, as large as the Comanche is 3V would probably double the price. We love 3V (obviously) but it is likely overkill in these applications.
  6. willrise

    willrise Gold Member Gold Member

    Sep 9, 2003
    WILL you be allowed to make any changes to the ATC sibert hawk, like get rid of all the holes and the thing on top?
  7. Burke

    Burke Gold Member Gold Member

    Feb 25, 1999
    Can you customize a hawk with longer handles? Or is that not possible given your setup?
  8. silverbullets

    silverbullets Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 10, 2007
    Hey Eric,
    Sweet new toys coming out, looking forward to it. I am just curious, how come you don't have a designated discussion board?
  9. Fehrman


    Jun 13, 2002
    Longer Handles & holes - We need to follow the design as is.

    Designated Discussion Board - We've been thing about it for awhile, but grinding has been keeping use pretty busy.
    Andy H.
  10. silverbullets

    silverbullets Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 10, 2007
    Hey Andy,
    How are things going? Love the look of the new stuff. A discussion forum would be a great idea, you guys should find the time to make it happen :D

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