"Icon" by Todd Rexford | Custom Alliance #10

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For over a decade, WILSON TACTICAL® the knife and tool division of WILSON COMBAT® has brought the finest in quality edged tactical tools to our discriminating clientele. For 2011 we are raising the bar and will be offering a limited collection of handmade knives by some of today's premier tactical knife makers without the long wait typically associated with special ordering a custom edged masterpiece.

These newly designed knives featured in the new CUSTOM ALLIANCE will be few in number, and will quickly become a valued centerpiece of your collection. These offerings will typify the WILSON standards of extraordinary quality, classic design and unmatched value.

"ICON" by Todd Rexford

When we saw the clean lines and crisp construction of Todd Rexford’s handmade tactical knives we knew we had to collaborate with him on a Custom Alliance piece. Todd’s use of leading edge materials coupled with a unique, modern style has placed him squarely on any tactical folder collector’s top maker list. Because of his painstaking, limited production and corresponding wait times, Todd is well known to the top echelon of tactical blade collectors. We are proud to offer these rare and beautiful folders we have named ICON to reflect not only the rarity but also the unique, singular style that Todd’s knives possess.

The ICON is a Titanium frame lock flipper with precise, hand crafted construction and flawless fit that Rexford has gained an envious reputation for. Your eyes will immediately be drawn to the smooth, contoured curves and 154-CM hand-rubbed blade. The heart of the knife, the slightly recurved blade, rides on an oversize bearing pivot and opens effortlessly with a snap of the wrist. The robust frame lock construction can handle any pocket knife chore with ease.  

Todd’s rendition of the Wilson Starburst grip pattern along with blue anodized Titanium accent parts and pocket clip are just some of the details of this attractive and practical work of functional art.

  • Titanium Framelock Flipper with Precise, Hand Crafted Construction and Flawless Fit
  • Smooth, Contoured Curves
  • Slightly Recurved 154-CM Hand-Rubbed Blade
  • Oversize Bearing Pivot
  • Opens Effortlessly with a Snap of the Wrist
  • Robust Framelock Construction can Handle any Pocket Knife Chore with Ease
  • Titanium Pocket Clip

The ICON is limited to ten serial-numbered pieces.


 Blade Steel  154-CM
 Hardness  RC 58-59
 Blade Length  3.5"
 Blade Thickness  .165"
 Handle Material  6AL4V Titanium
 Handle Length  4.7"
 Overall Length  8.250"
 Hardware  Stainless Steel / Titanium
 Finish  Bead Blast Frame / Hand-Rubbed Blade
 Weight  6.1 oz.

Limited to 10 serial numbered pieces

01 of 10 - SOLD
02 of 10 - SOLD
03 of 10 - SOLD
04 of 10 - SOLD
05 of 10 - SOLD
06 of 10 - SOLD
07 of 10 - SOLD
08 of 10 - SOLD
09 of 10 - SOLD
10 of 10 - SOLD 

Todd Rexford

"My fascination with knives began as a young boy attending numerous gun shows with my father. Every now and again I was able to pick out a knife for myself and soon my collection began to grow. As I got older, sport shooting, hunting, fishing, and automobiles consumed my life. I went to work in my father's garage and continued on to college in order to obtain my engineering degree."

"After college I continued to work in the garage until I moved out of state. It was then my fascination with knife-making began. Starting with simple machinery and hand files (plus lots of blood and sweat), I produced my first knife. From then on the addiction was set in stone. I strive to learn and improve the skills and designs I use on my knives with every piece that leaves the grinder. New materials and procedures are coming out every day and I take a lot of joy in learning everything possible about what works, and what does not when it comes to edged tools."

More information about Todd Rexford and his award winning knives can be found on his website www.rexfordknives.com