So named for another myriad of reasons, its the second made in our degressive grind profiles returning to the traditional archers maxim: One must always have more than on string to his bow. It's also a cue to our background as classical violinists, because of the curly maple on the handle (also named fiddleback maple because of its ample use in violin making). Being our first dagger it of course, a two edge blade.
It is in our up to now usual 01 steel, we'll be experimenting with others soon though. The handle is curly maple, the standard rivets are sterling silver, and the composite rivet is sterling silver and indian rosewood. The blade come close to 6 inches of slim and stabby goodness.