This First run limited edition one-piece neck knife features a 3.25 inch inverted tanto wharncliffe style 440C stainless steel blade with a black stonewash finish. This is a stout knife that is made for hard use. The blade is made from .255 inch thick blade stock. The knife was a collaboration between Fred Perrin and Michael Janich. The integral skeletonized stainless steel handle is wrapped with black paracord to give a secure grip, even when the hands are wet. This lightweight neck knife comes with a Kydex neck sheath with ball chain lanyard for deep covert carry. Each knife is serialized.
Fred Perrin is known as France's most famous and controversial knifemaker and tactical writer. He his boundless experience in many forms of martial art. His martial art background is evident in how he designs and builds his knives.
Michael has been studying and teaching martial arts for over 30 years. He served 9 years in the the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command. He is widely recognized as an authority on edged-weapon design and designs knives for many different knife companies.