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El Chupacabra - Style 3241

With a brushed satin finish, the handle is made from 3/16ths solid, one piece titanium slabs. The 4 1/2 inch blade is 3/16ths thick and made from BG-42 stainless tool steel which Rockwelled at 61.

The blade pivots on a half inch hardened stainless axle and is stopped by a quarter inch hardened stainless stop bar.




El Chupacabra - Style 3241


Named after a vampire of Mexican folklore El Chupacabra (the goat sucker) is the stoutest folder I've ever built. This one has a longer blade with a 4" cutting edge by the customer's special order. The usual 3/16ths BG-42 was used as well as the half inch hardened stainless pivot. The handle slabs are 3/16ths solid titanium and were sandblasted for texture. A huge folder, this Chupie measures 10 1/2 inches in length when opened and weighs a hefty 14 ozs.

As you can see, this knife is far too heavy for a pocket clip so a hand stitched leather sheath is provided.




El Chupacabra - Style 3241


Here's another Chupie with 3/16ths titanium handle slabs but this time the handle has been sand blasted for a rough texture. A massive knife built for a working man the Chupacabra has an over all length of about 10 1/2 inches!

Once again we have a BG-42 blade which Rockwell's at 61 and pivots on a half inch hardened stainless axle.




El Chupacabra - Style 31421


Here's one that's quite a bit different than the others I've built. This one has a titanium frame but bead blasted stainless steel bolsters have been added. The scales are stabilized Mammoth Ivory. This huge folder weighs 15 ounces ...





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