Drop point is a knife blade that slopes on the spine of the blade from the handle of the knife to the tip of the blade. This allows the spine of the blade (where the blade is thicker, and thus stronger) to continue forward to the tip of the blade.
The curve on the top of a drop-point blade is always convex, which is what distinguishes it from a clip point blade.
Blade is ATS-34 and is hand rubbed to 800 grit, stainless steel bolsters. Scales are stabilized redwood burl with stainless steel pins and thong tube. Blade length is 4 3/4" tip to guard, blade width is 1 1/4" and is 5/32" thick, handle is 4 3/4" overall length is 9 1/2" Custom Sheath by Sally Martin.
Blade is CPM 154 hand rubbed to 800 grit with a tapered tang, bolsters are stainless steel. Scales are stabilized California Buckeye Burl, stainless steel pins and thong tube. Blade is 4 1/16" tip to guard, blade width is 1 1/8" and is 3/16" thick handle is 4 1/8" overall length is 8 1/4" Custom sheath made by Sally Martin.