Our first multi-purpose fixed blade. Designed by Christensen Knifeworks, the Dreadeye sports a tanto blade shape precisely ground from resilient MagnaCut or CPM-3V steel.

  • Richlite Micarta Scales
  • 6.7" Total Length
  • 0.58" Total Thickness
  • Tanto Blade Shape
  • Lanyard Attachment
  • 2.75" Blade Length
  • 63-65 HRC Blade Hardness
  • 0.120" Blade Thickness
  • 0.01" Behind the Edge

Contoured and textured with Richlite Micarta scales, the Dreadeye has a small form factor that carries well without being obtrusive yet still packs plenty of cutting potential for a variety of tasks. Crafted entirely in house from the blade to the hardware, we're proud to offer the Dreadeye in collaboration with Christensen Knifeworks.

The Dreadeye comes with a sheath made from either Boltaron or leather. Both formats are a great way to secure and carry your knife but, depending on your carrying preferences, one might be better suited for your needs.

See below are the differences between the sheath materials:


Matthew Christensen developed an appreciation for knives at a young age. Working out of his shop in Illinois, he has an eye for both form and function to accompany a strong resume of production designs and fine customs.

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If belt carry is your preference then a Boltaron sheath, a polyvinyl polymer developed by the same company that created Kydex, is the way to go. The included Utiliclip system offers next-level retention with increased concealability, making this the most versatile Dreadeye sheath.

Made by Chattanooga Leatherworks with a more traditional look. This sheath is ideal for pocket carrying and/or carrying inside the waistband. A strong pocket clip with an inner catch ensures that your sheath stays secure and, with just a phillips head screwdriver, you can change the location of your clip for right or left side carry.