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A lightweight, concealable self-defense knife, the Windy Raven Wizard Finger provides effective cutting power in a very compact package. Small and concealable, this knife flies under the radar.
The NitroV swedged drop point recurve , matched to a full sized cord wrap handle, makes for a powerful cutting tool. Point to handle alignment allow for multiple gripping options, including carpenters grip or push grip.
The Wizard Finger is designed with defense in mind, however its well thought out geometry and incredibly secure handle make it suitable for everyday tasks. The sheath is just as well executed for its purpose. A minimalist fold over style Kydex sheath with a DCC Mod 2.1 clip provides for robust retention and rapid withdrawal when needed. The Windy Raven and TAD logos are hand stamped on opposing sides of the blade.
The Witch Finger is small enough to disappear in your daily carry but strong enough to serve when called into action.
The swedged drop point recurve excels at all tasks. The angles of the handle line up with the tip for effective curving and linear cutting.
The well contoured handle is wrapped in a Japanese style, which provides outstanding grip security while still being comfortable.
The compact handle provides the right angles for effective curving and linear strikes leading with the point, and is equally suitable for either forward or reverse grip.
The compact Kydex sheath system conceals the Wizard Finger readily under almost any cover garment. The DCC Mod 2.1 clip affords multiple carry options.
The NitroV blade has been blasted to mute reflection, with nylon wrapped over jute on the handle.
By placing an order with Triple Aught Design, you are verifying that you are over 18 years of age and are aware of all local, state and federal laws regarding the possession of, or the carrying of this product. Triple Aught Design shall be held blameless for any infraction of laws made by the purchaser.
Behind the Scenes with Windy Raven Knives
Aaron Buford came to Montana from Alabama due to a love of the mountains and ice climbing. Over the last several years he has been honing his craft of knifemaking, citing the late RW Wilson that helped start his path.
Today, he uses these skills and techniques in his offgrid cabin to create effective and concealable knives.