found this while going through my "stuff". Got this around 90-91 in a parking lot in Kaimuki from a well known knife designer/maker before he got well known. I remember getting a few knives from him on a lunch break from class, and he'd tell me about wanting to make knives one day. Imagine that! I got a few Frost Cutlery things from him as well as some Pakistani folders that just disintegrated under real use, usually the lockbars would break. Sad though, that Pakistani steel must've been from a very good batch as it had the properties of a *good* 440C! BTW, this Frost Cutlery Sea Hawk is made in Japan, and I have seen SS Versions of the same knife.
This Sea Hawk I used to carry as my SD folder back in those days, rode in my surf shorts pocket. It also made an excellent work knife, and of course I abused it as I was not as knife educated then. I found it odd in that it *almost* has a Comet Hole and it has the thumb ramp we are all SO familiar with. This about Dragonfly-ish in size. Didn't realize I had some 14-15yrs. of HBill experience! Ya "feelin'" me JDSpydo? Hannibal? Michael Cook? ghostrider? 224477? zackerty?
Glad I found this one...again. LOL, I think I found it a few times over! Just another Hawksbill for all you lovers of this blade shape!
Anyway, thanks for reading and God bless