Gaston J. Glock Old Style of 1932 Tirpitz Pocket Knife

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  • The knife model is manufactured based off the drawings and sample books of 1932
  • The body of the knife (skeleton) is composed of two stamped brass liners, each having welded pins made of nickel silver, a back spring, a guard attached to the back spring, a connecting piece as well as a blade.
  • The part resulting from “liners” and “pins” is characterized as a “booklet”
  • The blade is made of 320-layer non-stainless Damascus using recycled steel from the German battleship Tirpitz – the wreck was salvaged by a Norwegian and German company.
  • A renown blacksmith folded the steel using traditional handcraft  
  • All of the parts are permanently riveted together – this pocket knife's production method is comparable to that of how the knife was assembled in 1932.
  • The knife's scales are made of mammoth tooth, a very fine and sensitive material, thinly sliced and difficult to handle during assembly.
  • The scales are carefully attached to the knife's skeleton
  • All of the approximately 100 different steps are real handcraft performed by highly skilled professionals
  • Information:
    • Total Length: 6 inches (152 mm) 
    • Blade Length: 2.5 inches (63 mm) 
    • Blade Strength: 0.08 inches (2 mm) 
    • Hardness: 61 – 63 HRC
    • Pattern: Wild Damascus
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