While most of his custom work is focused on folders, Lucas’ origin story and first love is in big tactical fixed blades. During one particularly nostalgic evening, he decided to design a knife that he would have wanted as a 12 year old but that the grown up version of himself would have actually allowed him to save up for and buy (he gets pretty deep). The Huck was born.
Aggressive but not outlandish, the Huck is full of sexy curves and classic lines but comes in a very functional utilitarian package that’s suitable for many hand sizes and applications.
When it comes to fixed blades, Lucas considers the carry method to be one of the most important things. We worked with Nick at Hoftac in Idaho to come up with a sheath system that would be easy and comfortable to carry in multiple situations. After testing out a few options, we decided on the TacWare clip as standard hardware. This allows the knife to be worn either behind the belt or IWB very securely while still allowing the knife and sheath to be removed quickly (Luc’s been wearing one in the shop every day). And, of course, there’s hole spacing for full sized Tek-Lok and Malice clips. Wear it on your belt, concealed inside your waistband, or on a pack strap–the Huck is nothing if not flexible.
We worked with the team at Millit Knives in Idaho to release the Huck as the next production model in the BRNLY line.
Blade: S35VN, Stonewashed
Blade (length) and thickness: 4.5 inches, .1875 stock
Overall (length): 9.25 inches
Handle: Black Canvas Micarta
Weight: 7 oz (approx. 9.4 oz sheathed)
Sheath: Carbon weave Bolotron, TacWare clip
Made in the U.S.A.