The Fiddleback Forge Grim Reaper is a knife that looks like it's all about the form and not the function. It's a variation on the Reaper model, with an added finger guard.
With it's clean lines and curvy shape, it's reminiscent of industrial design sculptures or what you would see on a concept car at a SEMA show. But the sexy simplicity of the design can't mask the highly functional piece of working art that this knife embodies. It's like the dream girl who looks fantastic in heels and a party dress, but is truly happy in camo and pony tail.
The Fiddleback Forge Grim Reaper has an uncanny way of immediately feeling familiar in hand, like you have already handled it for years or in a previous life. The arched handle is reminiscent of the popular Bushboot model, but with a longer, slightly more relaxed feel to it. The blade can best be described as elongated wharncliffe style. It's shape lends itself well to precision work with the tip. The pointed tip, along with the slightly curved belly of the blade, make it a dream for slicing applications.
Knives fabricated, assembled, and finished in the USA, using domestic steels and handle materials
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PLEASE READ: This is a model example only and does not represent current stock of this model, nor the ability to order the exact knives shown. Fiddleback Forge does not take custom requests nor do they build knives to customer specifications. This listing is meant to show previous configurations of this particular model that we have had in stock, as well as possibilities of configurations for future knives that Fiddleback Forge may choose to make. Specifications are subject to change at Fiddleback Forge's discretion.
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