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DoubleStar Ahab Knife Delivers Compact, Discreet EDC Blade

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DoubleStar recently announced the release of its newest product from the DSC Blade Division, the Ahab Knife. Division Director Rob “Filo” Cabrera designed the Ahab Knife for everyday carry.

DoubleStar Ahab Knife Features

The Ahab Knife delivers a discrete and compact everyday carry option without sacrificing relevance, according to DoubleStar. Further, the Ahab Knife utilizes 1084 Carbon Steel in its construction. Additionally, the knife employs an oversized ring and precision thumb break to provide the best amount of retention with quick deployment.

“The Ahab’s strong, lightweight construction make it the perfect duty belt utility that will be there when you need it most,” DoubleStar said in a press release. “An oversized ring allows for gloved deployment, while a swedged spine at the point provides for better penetration.”

DoubleStart’s Ahab Knife features precision jimping for proper thumb braking and screwed handle hardware for easy maintenance. Additionally, the carry blade includes versatile eyelet locations that provide greater attachment versatility. Also, the unit is PVD coated for a clean, sharp, durable finish, according to DoubleStar.

DoubleStar now lists 16 different knives and other specialized edge tools in its Blade Division. Also, from the Wrath, a combination tomahawk and axe, to the 3 1/2-inch Brimstone Folder models, DoubleStar’s rapidly growing knife collection is impressive. Above all, it brings the touches of custom knifemakers into a production setting, giving more options for DoubleStar fans everywhere.

For more information, visit star15.com.

DoubleStar Ahab Knife Specifications

  • Overall Blade Length: 3 inches
  • Overall Length: 7.625 inches
  • Color: Black
  • Handle Material: Black Coarse Textured G10
  • Sheath: 0.06-inch Kydex with Safe-Lock
  • Country of Manufacture: Taiwan
  • MSRP: $84.99

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