The Suppressor Knife

Wilson Combat offers law enfrocement the latest Wilson Tactical Custom Alliance: The Suppressor from Allen Elishewitz. One of ten pieces exclusively for the company, this bold new tactical design blends Allen’s rugged mechanics with dangerous curves to create an amazing tactical combat folder fit for display or hard use. The Titanium bolster lock is as brute strong as a frame lock but is recessed to hold some eye-catching presentation ironwood scales. The blade is the focal point of the Suppressor and the sweeping cutting edge combined with radical blade fullers achieves a dramatic and practical end result. The Suppressor is an heirloom quality folder that will turn heads with its cosmetic beauty and impress you with its stellar cutting performance. The blade steel used for the Suppressor is Carpenter CTS XHP, a new generation American knife steel that offers superior working performance over typical knife steels. It has been thoroughly tested and outperforms most high-carbon tool steels but is also extremely corrosion resistant.

This rare item is limited to 10 pieces.

Specifications:                                                                                                                                    

Blade Steel

Carpenter XTS XHP

Blade Length

4 inches

Blade Thickness

0.150 inches

Handle Material

Titanium / Presentation Ironwood

Handle Length

5 inches

Overall Length

9 inches

Hardware

Stainless Steel

Weight

5.8 ounces

$850.00

About Allen Elishewitz 
At a young age, Allen Elishewitz has become one of the prime movers in research and development of tactical edged tools. His extensive martial arts background and training as a Recon Marine has given this native Texan the tools necessary to build knives from the heart, based on reality but with a flair for the extraordinary. He has completed notable factory collaborations with Benchmade, CRKT and most recently Hogue. He is considered one of the foremost tactical custom knifemakers in the USA.

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