Talk About Custom Knives. TAC knives is a site that provides high quality handmade custom knives, this knives is built to sell custom knives. we do work with custom projects, we help customer in getting there personalized knife according to the choice of there own style and material.
Overall Length: 13" Inches
Blade Length: 8" Inches
Handle Length: 5" Inches
Sheath: Pure Leather
Tips to Care Knife:
Never store your knife for long time in leather sheath.
Leather can absorb water, which can rust the knife.
Always clean the blade after using with oil or wax.
We don't sell knives to anyone who is under age 18.
Courier: We use USPS service with Tracking number which is traceable.
PLEASE NOTE THAT I HAVE MORE THAN 1 PIECE IN STOCK SO YOU MIGHT RECEIVE THE KNIFE WITH SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT HANDLE AND BLADE PATTERN BUT THE MATERIAL WILL BE SAME
Our tools are very sharp so open and use the very carefully. We are not responsible for any injuries associated with the use of our tools.
If you are unhappy with your purchase, we offer you a peace of mind guarantee if you return the product within 14 working days. We will refund your money back immediately on receiving the knife back in original condition.
In case, you aren't pleased with your purchase, please contact us before leaving any negative, neutral feedback. We will resolve the issues A.S.A.P in an effective manner.
By purchasing this item the buyer represents that they are understand their federal, state and local laws regarding the purchase, ownership, and use of this item. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to maintain that they are legal age and that is legal to purchase and receive shipment of this item as per defined by the laws of their country, state and city. Tac Knives is not responsible for any injury, loss of life due to sale and use of this item. Buyer assumes all legal and financial liability any legal and financial action.
Please feel free to ask anything from us. We will be pleased to answer your queries. We hope to see you again in the future!!!
After I started making knives as a hobby at nineteen, I had an opportunity in my late twenties to leave the indoor safety of a regular job, and see if once again, I could step further into the unknown and make a living from the hobby I loved. Every day I leave my house, walk about 300 feet to my shop and continue the adventure. I work with two of my fellow makers we do best work that way, and as I work on today's knife, I work out the idea for tomorrow's. The knife has moved from the metaphor of the adventure to a very part of it