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Archaeologists from around the world have unearthed flint blade artifacts that date back a staggering 1.2 million years. So when Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical set out to craft the Utsidihi™ /ewt-c-dee-hee/ fixed blade everyday carry, he didn’t stray far from the form that has proven its worth for millenia.
- Compact Lightweight Knife
- Cord Wrapped Handle for Utility
- Gear Compatible Sheath w/Belt Loop Attachment
|Blade Length||3.51" (89.26 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.16" (4.04 mm)|
|Overall Length||7.81" (198.45 mm)|
|Weight||3.20 oz. (90.72 g)|
|Handle||Cord-Wrapped Stainless Steel|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Material||Glass-Reinforced Nylon|
|Sheath Weight||1.50 oz. (42.52g)|
Ryan often seeks inspiration from his own backyard in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Historically home to the Cherokee Native Americans, Ryan has found many flint blades throughout his outdoor excursions. So it was only right that he gave this lightweight, highly versatile fixed blade a name that pays homage to the people that were there first: Utsidihi is a title earned by a young warrior. The black stonewash 3.5” blade and handle are built of tough, high-carbon stainless steel. The handle is wrapped with paracord that can be removed and replaced to best fit your kit. The glass-reinforced nylon sheath is built for scout carry, but is versatile enough for MOLLE gear or a pack.
A blade built by history and reimagined for the 21st century by Ryan Johnson.
The fireplace is never without wood at the Johnson house. That’s because for years at RMJ Tactical, Ryan has been building some of the finest custom tomahawks this country has ever seen. Applying modern engineering to centuries-old tool and weapon concepts, he redefined the role of tomahawks in Law Enforcement and Special Forces Military Applications.