Mike Irie Model 110 Drop Point CPM-154 Brown Burlap Micarta Fixed Blade 4743
The Mike Irie Custom Model 110 lightweight hunter is an ideal size for hunting, woodcraft or daily carry or as a mid-sized fixed blade for any collection. Mike Irie is renowned for his hand ground blades, and his Custom Model 110 showcases his skill and attention to detail. This version comes with a hand rubbed satin CPM-154 stainless steel drop point blade and brown burlap Micarta handle scales.
Brand new, directly from Mike Irie.
Blade: A perfect hunter's blade, the hand rubbed satin CPM-154 drop point has a robust tip, slicing shallow hollow grind and subtle recurve cutting edge. The drop point has a strong tip for piercing and general utility work. Coming in at under an inch wide, the blade is narrow enough for skinning tasks with good durability. Jimping at the spine delivers a solid thumb rest with enhanced traction, while a subtle guard on the ricasso offers added safety.
Handle: Simple and ergonomic, the polished burlap Micarta scales are fully contoured for a hand filling handle that is comfortable in nearly any grip. A subtle guard, generous palm swell and bird's beak pommel help secure the knife in hand while still allowing for good maneuverability. This piece comes with brown burlap scales for a rugged look.
Carries via a stitched leather belt.
CPM-154: A particle metallurgy (PM) version of Crucible 154CM that benefits from the refinement in the PM process. A great all-around blade steel, CPM-154 has D2 level edge retention, AEB-L level corrosion resistance and comparable toughness to other PM stainless steels with ease of sharpening/finishing.
Mike Irie is a custom knife maker from Colorado Springs, Colorado who has been making knives full-time since 1991. He apprenticed under his father-in-law, Barry Wood. Irie is a member of the Knifemakers Guild and the Professional Knifemakers Association. Maker Irie handcrafts both fixed and folding blades.
|Sheath Weight||1.70 oz.|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|