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TASknives Invaderling

TASknives Invaderling

Regular price $430.00 USD
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The Invaderling by TASknives is a rare breed, being one of the few knives that is just as comfortable as a display piece as it is working in the fields. Its title of "functional art" is backed up with a blade steel of CPM 3V, hardened to about 60-61 Rockwell. the titanium milled scales paired with the attractive curves makes for a comfortable grip in the hand. It also comes with a beautiful custom made leather sheath.


Blade Length- 3"

Handle Length- 3.75"

Overall Length- 6.75"

Blade Steel- CPM 3V

Weight- 7.5 oz

Handle Material- Titanium/G10

Sheath- Leather

Tumasov-Asatiani Soso is the founder of "TASknives", which he took from his own name Tumasov-Asatiani Soso (TAS). Starting his knifemaking profession 2016 - from a crude chunk of steel that he shaped into a knife with stitched leather handle. Before realizing it, he was hooked and deep into the process of becoming a full time knifemaker. In 2018 he started showing his builds in knife shows and has been at it since. Family is always at Soso's heart, his amazing wife Neno and 2 kids are the motivation for all his work.

Soso wanted to make knives with unique designs but also fully functional as a versatile cutting tool. "I use high quality steel, titanium, copper, G10, wood and many other mediums to create a very durable, functional and good looking knife. Beveling edges is the most challenging process of knife making but it is my favourite part. Compound grinding is my passion, I can turn a seemingly dull contour into a sharp defined one giving it character just by beveling geometry. One of my more unique processes is doing several layers of etching complete the vision of knife. I experiment a lot! And can create a unique curvature and grinding to make some of my more special models. The etching is also another favourite part, it truly makes each knife I produce an original as no two will be alike. Sarted as self-taught, all my skills and development are carried out through multitude of trial and error. Now as I grow in the knife community I exchange ideas with other makers to continually develop ways of improving in my craft. Every knife I make involves many hours to create my one-of-a-kind style while still making a functional knife."

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