Tactical kitchen knife

Discussion in 'Custom & Handmade Knives' started by A.castro, Dec 26, 2013.

  1. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    Hello friends, I present a charge that was pending, this is a tactical knife kitchen. 130mm blade, 120mm handle, blade max 40mm and 5mm thick. N690Co flat steel dump with subzero treatment home alone lol lol to -30 ° C gives no more the fridge. Has two sets of handles micarta a cláscia green canvas and a two-tone textured micarta tactic.

    A.Castro

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  2. Lycosa

    Lycosa

    Aug 24, 2007
    Coolness!
    Nice pix, too.
    rolf
     
  3. AddictedToGear

    AddictedToGear

    Aug 28, 2013
    Very good looking, love the handles.
     
  4. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    thanks for comment

    a greeting
     
  5. Bill Burke

    Bill Burke

    Aug 1, 2008
    so what makes it tactical? it has a decent shape to it but it is at least twice as thick as it /should needs to be especially for the size of the knife.

    I am not trying to bust your b^ll$ just curious about the "tactical" thing.
     
  6. Dawkind

    Dawkind Platinum Member Platinum Member

    Apr 3, 2000
    Reminds me somewhat of a TTKF (Talmadge Tactical Kitchen Knife) that Trace Rinaldi started making about 10 years ago.....

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  7. crimsonfalcon07

    crimsonfalcon07

    Dec 27, 2010
    Yep. Looks more like a utility knife than a kitchen knife to me, with that thickness of steel. I don't think I'd want to use more than 3mm thick for a kitchen knife. It's nice work, and I'd be happy to use it out and about though.
     
  8. betzner

    betzner CenCal Coast Platinum Member

    Jan 23, 2007
    Until I saw Bill's question above, I had intended to ask the very same question. Actually, I can't ever remember the words "tactical" and "kitchen" being used in the same sentence (though I might as well take credit for doing it just now).

    Would love to see an explanation that enlightens the open mind. It does appear to be a serviceable blade, for a start.
     
  9. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    This is the name that put the customer. I also put measures
    regards
     
  10. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    This is the name that put the customer. I also put measures
    regards
     
  11. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    Ohhhh that most beautiful knife

    thanks for showing

    regards
     
  12. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    OHHHH is beautiful knife
    thanks for showing
     
  13. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    Thanks for your comment. The client prioritize their use in the field
    A greeting
     
  14. A.castro

    A.castro

    78
    Mar 22, 2012
    It is a knife trying to touch both worlds. I assure you that when you wield this knife all makes more sense. I respect your opinion.
    Regards
     
  15. betzner

    betzner CenCal Coast Platinum Member

    Jan 23, 2007
    Actually, this is the perfect answer. I was going to mention "if only I had it in my hand" in my post, but decided to keep it concise. In my own opinion, all knives are tactical, when one reflects that perhaps the best definition of "tactical" is "of or pertaining to a maneuver or plan of action designed as an expedient toward gaining a desired end or temporary advantage." And that is, bottom line, what knives do for us humans.

    Best regards,

    Bob Betzner
     

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