Every month, Blind Horse Knives (BHK) creates a new knife to offer for a limited time. If it sells well, it may find a place in their regular line up. These monthly special knives are often a really cool opportunity for BHK to try new things so the designs are often pretty unique. This month’s special is the BHK-T2 and it is a real looker.
The BHK-T2 draws obvious inspiration from traditional tanto style blades (a far cry from the angular American style tanto blade shapes that are prevalent now). The overall length is 9 3/8″ with a 4 1/2″ long blade. It is ground from 1/8″ thick D2 steel and features Resiten scales (like micarta) with scallops for additional grip. The T2 comes with a versatile kydex sheath that allows to be carried in a number of ways.
Check out the T2 on BlindHorseKnives.com.
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