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The ESEE Candiru is about to get a new pair of pants. ESEE has designed a new molded sheath for it that is similar to those that currently ship with the Izula and Izula II. The new sheath will be on display at Blade Show and available shortly there after.
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I am a sucker for stout, 5-6″ field knives with carbon steel and micarta slab handles which is exactly why I won’t be able to resist the new Hoffman ESEE-CM6. This new offering from ESEE has been in the works for some time now and is the result of a collaboration with knife photographer, knife designer, founder of PWYP, and all around great guy Terrill Hoffman.
The Hoffman ESEE-CM6 is 11 1/8″ overall with a 5 7/8″ blade. It is ground from 3/16″ thick 1095 steel. The saber-ground spear point blade features a sharpened clip at the point. Like other ESEE knives, it features a black coating to prevent corrosion and canvas micarta slab handles.
How cool is this!?!?! Godspeed Tactical is now making a belt buckle sheath for the ESEE AH-1 survival arrow heads. You read that right right. It’s a belt buckle with an integral sheath or maybe it’s a sheath with an integral belt buckle. Either way, it’s awesome.
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See the Belt Buckle Sheath at 4:56 in the video below…
The-Knife-Connection has expanded their line of custom machined G-10 handles to include the ESEE Laser Strike. The new handles retain the bow drill pivot functionality of the original handles. They are also relieved at the blade end of the grip to aid in various techniques that require a pinch grip. Like the other grips in this line, these have curves and swells in all the right places.
Check out the Laser Strike Custom Handles at The-Knife-Connection.