Victory

by on April 18, 2015

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    The Tomoe katana, Benkei wakizashi, and Mifune tanto create the "Yojimbo" set of Japanese-inspired swords. Light and easy to wield, there's a size for every different need.

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    The Iberian is based off of the falcata. Today, the blade pattern survives in the form of the kukri, which is renowned for its utility and chopping power. The Iberian is ready to serve that capacity as well.

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    The Immortalis is patterned after the Roman gladius. With a slight wasp waist blade profile, it has remarkable cutting power while still maintaining strong thrust capabilities. The grip uses solid G10 slabs to secure the hand.

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    The Tejas is a twist on the bowie, adding a sharpened double clip to the back of the blade.

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    Diana is a good ol' skinning knife. Made of CPM-3V, she holds a remarkable edge with great toughness. The comfortable shape and position of the grip allow the knife to be used for a wide variety of utility situations.

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    The Skald harkens back to the old broken-back seaxes of the Vikings. The unique tip profile and the straight blade allow for it to do a variety of utility tasks.

The Victory line features swords and knives of a modern aesthetic. They are made of modern materials and minimal parts to ensure extreme durability in harsh situations. Meant to be absolute user blades, they may not the prettiest things on the playing field, but they will bring you victory.