The custom kukri Sabotage with Mokuti and satin finishing
Black Snow Customs Sabotage is a folding pocket kukri from Israeli knifemaker Nati Amor. Although the master has been a professional jeweler for 16 years, he is not a supporter of empty decorations. Amor's customs are strong, beautiful, and dangerous knives. Nati periodically arranges crash tests for his creations and then shares videos with tormented tables and fragments of palm trees.
The shape of Sabotage is unmistakable. The wide blade seems wider in contrast with the elegant handle. Moreover, the subtlety of the handle is also an optical game: the inlays only partially cover the backspacer and the liner. The bare mechanism raises doubts: is it a frame lock?.. But no, it is a liner lock. It is powerful enough to confidently block the heavy four-inch blade.
The deployment can be described by the word "click". The custom opens at such a speed that you do not have time to notice the flickering of steel, and you already hear the sound of the triggered locking mechanism. Nati Amor achieved lightning speed and ease of movement by installing bearings.
If we talk about materials, they are all worthy of an exclusive custom flipper. The blade is made of CPM S35VN steel, specially developed by American metallurgists for the needs of knifemakers. Such a knife will not become dull even after prolonged aggressive use. The inlays of the titanium frame are made of the titanium "Damascus" — Mokuti.
The custom knife Sabotage sabotages only the ordinary. This flipper provokes the discovery of new horizons, your style, your real self.