The Nomad Knife Is Modeled After One Of Jesse’s Favorite Knives From His Personal Collection — Produced For A Limited Time In The Early 80’S.
Smith & Wesson completed a US made ‘swing-blade’ back in 1982 which carried the model number ‘6042’. Jesse still owns one brand-new-in-box and thought it appropriate that the JJKC premiere folding knife effort be modeled after something very unique that he’s enjoyed for years.
For modern buyers in 2017, the design has been updated significantly and now boasts an AEB-L 4.00’’ Tanto blad paired to a machined titanium frame.
Blade Length: 4.00″
Blade Thickness: 0.220″
Handle Thickness: 0.480″
Blade Material: Machined Titanium Alloy
Blade Material: AEB-L
Blade Hardness: 60-61
Blade Style: Compound Tanto
Carry Type: N/A
Locking Mechanism: Swing-Blade
Pivot Assembly: Oil Impregnated Bronze Bushings
Overall Length: 8.750″
Manufactured in: Austin, Texas