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Thread: Angryman Burke Fugitive

  1. #1

    Angryman Burke Fugitive

    This is a collaboration between myself and Jim Burke. The design is his. I produced the parts. The blades were rough ground by CNC then re-ground and finished by hand by me.

    The design is a smaller version of his popular Fugitive custom model.
    On this paticular model the bevels are satin and the rest of the blade is tumbled.
    The Specs:
    3.5" 154cm blade hollow ground .150" thick double tempered and cryogenically quenched RC59
    Dual thumb studs
    .160" thick 6al-4v titanium frames
    Full length titanium backstrap-raised with traction grooves
    .050" thick bent titanium pocket clip-can be tip-up or tip-down (The clip in these pics is bent more than standard because I was trying out an idea )
    Screws and pivot pin are stainless steel
    CNC'ed Black G10 traction insert
    Anodized finish in either Tumbled Blue or Tumbled Silver


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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    oh man,I really,really like that.
    Very nicely done!
    Stout,yet has a nice sleek profile.
    "Functional elegance in everyday tools".

    "The Path of the Strong Blade
    is paved with the shards of the weak"

    Ode to Living Steel

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Somerset, KY
    Wow! Nice work, gentlemen.

    The strongest reason for the People to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government........Thomas Jefferson

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