The East Tennessee hills are famous for the moonshiners who stay one step ahead of the law even today. One theory as to how moonshiners got the name? Since making the untaxed corn liquor was illegal, it had to be done in secret, maybe at night, with only the moon to light the operation. A laser engraved "whiskey barrel" is home to each pocketknife and its accompanying flask (foam inserts keep the knives and flasks scratch-free).
·440A Stainless steel blades
·Yellow corncob jigged bone handle
·Brass pins and liners
·Nickel silver half moon "moonshiner" shield and ringed, pinched bolsters
·(2) 3" clip point blades
·Blade widths: 1/21"
·Balad thickness: 1/16"
·Laser engraved moonshiner design
·Two ounce capacity
·Lobster claw keyring attachment
·Moonshiner artwork designed by Brian Wilhoite
·Made in China