Tom Clarke's Custom Knife Line SOLD OUT, more being made at this time.

The entire TC Tactical Knife Line Sold Out the first day it was released.

Tom ClarkeT Tactical Knife Line
Tom ClarkeT Tactical Knife Line
  • Tom ClarkeT Tactical Knife Line
    Tom ClarkeT Tactical Knife Line
    Tom ClarkeT Tactical Knife Line
    Tom ClarkeT Tactical Knife Line
  • Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
  • Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Sculpted Knife
  • Tom Clarke Titanium Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Knife
  • Tom Clarke Titanium Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Knife
    Tom Clarke Titanium Knife

The entire TC Tactical Knife Line Sold Out the first day it was released.  More knifes are being made in Duane Dwyers Custom Shop and should be ready in 45 days.

Also the release of the Titanium Fixed blades should be released to the public in the month of February 2012. Take a look at some of the pictures on www.Tommyclarke.com

Tom Clarke Tactical Knife Highlights:

The sculpted knife consists of grooves on the side of the blade and a serrated edge.

The grooves on the side of the blade are not intended for looks, but instead they serve four purposes. The deviated, surface allows the collection of rust, bacteria and even venom that are often found in harsh environments.  When tissue comes into contact with these pathogens or toxins, bacterial infections and other lethal diseases will complicate even the simplest of wounds.  Additionally, the interrupted designed surface allows the cutting edge to function with both pushing and pulling motions increasing efficiency.  This would be the opposite of a hacksaw that only cuts on the pulling motion and not the push.  The serrated edge also allows cutting in both wet and dry situations.  Try cutting wet rope with a non-serrated blade; it is not easily done.  The final purpose of the sculpted grooves is that it reduces surface friction as it passes through the material by 35+ percent. Thus less energy is required to produce the same damage.  For those intimidated by the design of this blade and concerned with the difficulty of sharpening, fear not; by positioning the sharpening rod along the groove these blades can achieve their optimum cutting edge with ease.

 

The handles were designed in a way that when you form a grip the foreign debris is pushed out allowing a secure grip of skin against the material. There are no wraps or acute angles where mud or debris could accumulate which could interfere with a secure solid grip.  If foreign debris is not able to escape from a handle, often seen with wraps or a divot inlay, a smooth and slippery surface will result and error is likely. The grips are also available in a low profile thickness; this is your personal choice for the carry usage you desire.  

 

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