The original A. G. Russell™ Folding Hocho, made for us in Japan for years, has probably been our second best selling knife ever, after the K-93 Featherlite pocketknife. Cooking personality Alton Brown bought several.
The Beak, or "the A. G. Russell™ Hawkbill on steroids" as I like to call it, has been a very popular knife, but Goldie and I felt the need for a somewhat smaller version that would fit in your pants pocket, work apron pocket or garden basket.
A few years ago D'Holder designed a knife for me to make and sell. I found handle materials that looked like the natural oosic and amber that D' had used in the prototype and then began to look for someone who could do justice to the original knife and sheath.
Works wonderfully for preparing a meal in a New York City apartment or Wyoming hunting camp. Made entirely of stainless steel with double liners, each with a detent to make absolutely sure the razor sharp blade does not open until the user wants it open.