The Bawidamann Rogue is another example of thoughtful defensive tool design. The ring has arcs that act as placement points for fingers or palm. Although it resembles a karambit, the blade cant has less of a forward tilt and the shape is not a hawkbill. Therefore, some karambit techniques can still be applied, but the Rogue also can plunge and serve utility roles a bit better than a traditional karambit. The Rogue is Finished in durable and corrosion resistant Cerakote.
Grips: G10 scales in the bitchin Bawidamann Walkure pattern custom made by VZ Grips provide great texture and are comfortable to carry
Scabbard: One of the great features of Bawidamann Blades are the custom formed from Boltaron scabbards. A good amount of thought and design work went into making a practical and versatile carry system. The sheath comes with rigid loops that are secured with Pull-the-Dot snaps for quick on/off capability. The holes are stratigically placed to allow the user to configure it for right or left carry, as well as vertical or horizontal. The rigid loops also provide a good mounting point to MOLLE or other equipment.