2008 OKCA Club Knife – Humenick, Roy – Jigged Bone Coke Bottle – Slipjoint Folder
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Roy Humenick Handmade Coke Bottle Pattern PocketKnife …
Limited Edition (50 pieces issued) 2008 OKCA Club Knife
This Oregon Knife Collectors™ 2008 Club Knife is a Coke Bottle pattern and measures 3 5/8″ closed. The blade is made from S30V steel and is flat ground and hand rubbed. The unique bolster/liner material is made of 416 stainless. The handles are select mahogany bone with beautiful jigging. All pins are stainless steel, and the oval shield is pinned in place. This is a knife that just begs to be put in a pocket and used. Pretty it is but user friendly too. A beautiful piece for a collection or carry it everyday.
- Blade: S30V – hand rubbed finish – flat ground
- Handle: jigged bone – oval medallion – 416 SS bolsters – Coke Bottle pattern
- Blade Edge Length: 2.43″
- Closed/Carry Length: 3.12″
- Open/Overall Length: 6.37″
- Carry: PocketKnife – Weight: 2.24 oz.
- Circa: 2007
- Maker: Roy Humenick – Rescue, CA
Humenick, Roy - Rescue, CA
Roy Humenick specializes in handmade multi-blade folders. He sold his first knife in 1984 and is recognized as an expert in SlipJoint folders. A member of the OKCA (Oregon Knife Collectors Association), Mr. Humenick wrote in 2004: “There are many techniques to master and difficulties to overcome for the custom multiblade maker, but one challenge stands above the rest. One feature that makes everything work – the backsprings. … The movement, and sound, of opening and closing the blade is often referred to as the “walk and talk” – a feature highly prized by collectors.” Mr. Humenick’s pocket knives walk the walk and talk the talk.