Strong and manly custom Ronin from South Africa
Ronin is the flipper of the famous South African knifemaker Andre de Villers. The Master's credo is the beauty of a knife should not be inferior to its functionality. Andre successfully combines stylish design with excellent tactical performance.
Surprisingly, the Ronin knife is not inspired by the mighty Zulus or the warlike Masai, but by the samurai romance of distant Japan. Its titanium handle is girdled with a striped Damascus, like a ronin kimono with a brocade obi. The clip resembles a deadly katana tied behind a warrior's sling. The clip is made of Damascus steel and decorated with a gold anodized titanium mount. And one more emphasis is an iridescent moku-ti backspacer.
The relief of the handle is not just a decoration. With the grip the fingers fit comfortably into the grooves, eliminating slippage during a power cut. A reliable frame-lock controls the fixation of the blade. The lock neatly fixes the blade in the open position and moves comfortably with the thumb to the left when closing.
The wide blade is made from strong S35VN premium steel, which is the New York metallurgist developed specifically for knife-making. This material excellently resists external actions and almost does not grow blunt. The visible massiveness of the blade is achieved through a combination of wide flats. The all-purpose Drop-Point shape is suitable for any use. It can be used to pierce the bag, cut the rope, and chop wood chips.
Andre De Villiers Ronin is a stylish tactic, reliable as a samurai oath. Its masculine decor is thought out to the smallest detail and stands at the service of functionality. This knife can be placed under the glass as the relic of knife making, or you can throw it into the glovebox of a silvery Infiniti and dash away following the setting sun. As you know, ronin is a samurai who has lost his master. You can easily become a shogun for this particular fighter. It is currently looking for an owner.