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One of the founding fathers of tactical blades, Bob Terzuola, turned 70 this year. So he did what any famous knifemaker would do—created a blade that’ll stand the test of time. It features a unique stonewash finish, blood groove, and tough G10 handle scales featuring the Terzuola dragon logo. But it simply looks best in action.
- Bob Terzuola’s 70th Birthday Commemorative Design
- Stonewash Blade Finish
- Black G10 Handle with Dragon Feature
|Blade Length||4.03" (102.36 mm)|
|Blade Steel||AUS 8|
|Blade Thickness||0.15" (3.81 mm)|
|Overall Length||9.10" (231.14 mm)|
|Closed Length||5.15" (130.81 mm)|
|Weight||7.60 oz. (215.46g)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Liner Lock|
Albuquerque, New Mexico, knifemaker Bob Terzuola presents the BT-70™. Terzuola practically invented the tactical knife category, and continues to specialize in tools for professional use that utilize innovations that have stood the test of time. Terzuola prides himself on the integrity of his workmanship and choice of materials, because he knows that whether it’s recreational use or a life-or-death situation, you have to have confidence in your tools.
The BT-70™ is a collector’s piece from a designer who has forged a place in knife history. This heavy-duty tactical folding knife combines strength and style with its unique stonewash finish and blood groove on the blade. The G10 handle, featuring Terzuola’s dragon logo, provides superior grip in a variety of situations, and marries well with his philosophy of using up-to date materials for folding knives.
This is the knife to show off to friends or really put it in the spotlight by using it in the field.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Look up “tactical folding knife” in the dictionary and you’re likely to see Bob’s picture next to it. After all, he virtually invented the category and continues to specialize in knives for professional use, like the BT-70™. Born in New York, he had many adventures before settling into design in the early ‘80s. In 1981 he joined the Knifemakers’ Guild and that was all she wrote.