Mosier Crossfire Two-Tone Folder

Mosier Crossfire, two-tone blade (Photo: vermicelli - BladeForums)

 

A custom flipper from David Mosier, the Crossfire has a two-tone finish on both the blade and its titanium handle. Sporting warm brass undertones, the lightweight titanium handle seems like a different species of metal from your typical Ti-handle knife. The S30V blade complements the blade design, which has a clip-point shape that is strengthened towards the tip for a strong point. It also has a false edge and a small thumb groove for delicate tasks, and a tip-up pocket clip for ease of use. (Photo: vermicelli – BladeForums)

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Anso ‘Crash’: Titanium Honeycomb Handle

Anso 'Crash' (Photo: fauxpas0815 - Instagram)

Featuring a satin finished curvy blade and a Spydie hole, the Anso ‘Crash’ is made by Danish knifemaker Jens Ansø. Its holey titanium handle has a unique honeycomb pattern, with a lanyard hole at the end of the blade. Jens Anso has been making knives since 1988 and has collaborated with Spyderco and Boker. He also makes carabiners and other pocket tools. (Photo: fauxpas0815 – Instagram)

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Spyderco Military: Titanium Handle Run!

Spyderco Military, titanium handle (Photo: blade_philosopher - Instagram)

The Spyderco Military is one of the oldest models from Spyderco (since the 1990s), but still remains a popular folding EDC knife for many knife fans. Here in this titanium handle version, the Millie features the renowned ‘Integral lock’ from Chris Reeve Knives, which keeps the CPM-S30V flat-ground blade firmly in place when open. With lightweight and space-age titanium, this makes the Spyderco Military a very handsome folder! (Photo: blade_philosopher – Instagram).

Buy it: $298.50 from Amazon.

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