Scales I fab'ed up from black linen Micarta, white carbon fiber and G10. Liners are AEB-L.
Blade/spring are ~.135" AEB-L, blade at ~62 and cryo'ed and hand rubbed satin finish. Pins/collar are 416 stainless. Smooth walk and talk, with a pull at about 5/10.
Blade is ~2.75", ~6.5" open & ~3.75" closed.
Petty 6.5" carbon
Petty, think small chef's knife or Jack of all trades in the kitchen. Thin enough for serious slicing, generously distal tapered for nimbleness and enough weight behind the edge for stability.
Blade is 52100 a carbon steel, .105" thick, 6.5" cutting edge, ~11" overall length. Blade has random etch. 7.1 ounces.
Handle scales are stabilized olive wood, black Micarta and G10.
Here's the nitty/gritty:
blade: 6" of ~.100" 52100 at 62 hardness with a classic mustard patina; 11.125" overall.
Ground high and thin, but very little taper leaving the full length firm rather than flexy.
Scales: fab'ed in house featuring one gozillian year old stabilized bog oak, dyed/stabilized maple burl, G10 and Micarta.
Tanto variant Row. Hollow ground, stubby tip. Worn Rocksteady finish. Blade is Vanadis 8 which has extreme wear properties and good toughness. DVB made scales and pocket slip with matching bead.