Fatty Kobra Custom – weighty work of knifemaking
Want to make an expensive and unusual gift? This hand-made folder from American knife maker Reese Weiland seems to become one of the best presents for a birthday person. Just take a look at it once and you will never be able to forget it. An impressive combination of a thick blade (almost 1 cm spine in width) with a large handle gives a knife weight of more than 400 grams. It is enough to simply demonstrate this knife (you won’t even have to open it) to put an enemy to flight.
Reese was humorous about his gigantomania and called this knife Fatty Kobra. Despite its frightening size, the snake is not devoid of grace in its décor and shape.
The custom has an amazingly manageable flip. One bold flipper tap and the powerful blade flies out of the handle to freeze in the arms of a secure frame lock.
A crescent profile is Reese’s favorite one. This shape is great for gutting. But Fatty Kobra knows how to deal with various jobs, even extreme challenges. The blade is made from American steel 440C – a timeless knife classic that is known for its strength, great corrosion resistance, and edge durability.
The titanium handle is an ergonomic shape absolute. Smooth forms lie comfy in a hand, finger grooves provide extra grip. Must be mentioned wonderful anodizing into the sand and blue colors that imitate snakeskin patterns.
One side of the handle is decorated with a pocket clip. A sturdy titanium clip will easily carry Fatty Kobra, it is your pocket to meet the challenge.
Reese Weiland Fatty Kobra is a knife with a thick spine, large weight, and overwhelming charm. This heavyweight surprises and wins you over from the first flip. Fatty Kobra custom knife is a folder for big people.
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