MKA 2013 Club Knife – Chicarilli, Rocco – Ironwood Hunter -Fixed Blade
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Rocco Chicarilli – Spanaway, WA – Ironwood Utility Fixed Blade – 2013 MKA Club Knife …
This utility/hunter features a mirror polished ATS-34 blade and 416 Stainless Steel fittings with desert ironwood scales (handle material). The full tang construction has a red liner to enhance the ironwood handle. The piece comes with a hand stitched leather (horsehide) sheath by the maker. This hunter is number 13 of 20 made for the 2013 Montana Knifemakers Association annual knife.
- Blade Edge Length: 3 5/8
- Overall Length: 9 1/8
- Blade Material: ATS-34
- Handle Material: desert ironwood
- Born Date: Circa 2013¦ number 13 of 20 made
- Maker: Rocco Chicarilli¦ Spanaway, WA
Chicarilli, Rocco - Spanaway, WA
Rocco Chicarilli’s interest in knives started back in the late 1970s when his father brought home a worn and tattered copy of “The Gun Digest Book of Knives”. He purchased a Craftsman grinder in the early 1980s and gave knifemaking a try. Rocco soon realized that knifemaking was a lot more difficult that it looked. He was influenced by knives from Ted Dowell and mentored by the likes of Butch Vallotton and Dan Westlind. He sold his first knife in 1993. Rocco is a retired Manufacturer’s Rep for the apparel industry now making very nice knives from folders to Bowies.