Tom Mayo Large TNT Skinner 6K

Near Mint. 3.75″ Stellite 6K Blade, Titanium handles and hardware. If the Skinner blade was not rare enough, this one has a 6K blade as well!! Very few ever made like this. Classic “TNT” style hole pattern is one of the more desirable hole patterns. It also sports the reverse “iiawaH” logo on the blade. Blade is centered with solid lock-up, no functional issues at all. There is a minor snail-trail in the finish on the frame-lock side, as shown in the pictures.

About the Maker:
Tom Mayo is currently one of the top-rated knifemakers according to Blade Magazine, and has been a pioneer in the creation of the modern tactical frame-lock folding knife. He is the creator of the “Covert”, a folding knife made entirely of Titanium with a Stellite or Nitinol blade, for a knife that has no magnetic signature nor will it rust. Tom was the first to use the “MOA” pattern or the bullet hole pattern as a decorative element on his knife handles. Tom Mayo has a unique and extensive model line-up, often employing his trademark “hole pattern” handle designs with a variety of blade styles and models such as Bowies, Persians, Midnight Rambler, Dr. Deaths, using a wide array of blade steels/alloys, carbon fiber, ivory, mosaic pins, micarta, timasacus, superconductor. Tom’s dress knives have sold in excess of $10,000.