Covert Cus­tom De­sign

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Biegler Blade­works’ Covert Cus­tom knife sports what I call a “su­per tanto blade.” The word tanto means short sword or dag­ger. His­to­ri­ans and Ja­panese weapons ex­perts place the birth of the tanto blade de­sign at around A.D. 850 to 1000. The tanto was de­signed for use in self-de­fense and was de­vel­oped to pen­e­trate body ar­mor.

The Covert Cus­tom comes stan­dard with G-10 grips or scales. Biegler Blade­works will work with a cus­tomer’s per­sonal grip pref­er­ence.

The Covert Cus­tom’s han­dles come in sev­eral dif­fer­ent col­ors of G-10. For an ad­di­tional cost, Biegler Blade­works will fit this knife with the han­dles you pre­fer. The au­thor chose ivory.

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