The Jiblet is a design that is Dave's imagining of a "pocket fixed blade". If you were going to toss a small fixed blade in a coat pocket, or stash one in a small pack this would be your knife. Small, ultra light weight with a huge drop belly... this knife really does have a lot going on for it in a very small envelope.
The blade shape is a drop belly, modified spear point so it lends itself well to general purpose cutting as well as more specialized gutting and skinning chores like a traditional "bird and trout" design might be employeed for. Made from RWL-34, heat treated by Bos and given a satin stonewashed finish. The double bevel hollow grind does a great job of getting down to a nice cutting edge in a blade this size.
Scales are contoured brown/orange micarta that were reclaimed from an Erikson Aircrane project here locally in the Rogue Valley. They are attached with a hiddle brass pin as well as a larger satin finished Titanium handle bolt.
The grey kydex sheath was pressed by Tie Tactial Sheaths, and although intended to be tossed in a pocket. The addition of a bit of cord turns it into a very useful neck sheath.