“What do you want to see Launched in terms of Designs at D Rocket?”

“What do you want to see Launched in terms of Designs at D Rocket?”

I’m always pushing the envelope and trying to create something new and fresh or my take on something already existing.  What would you like to see coming out of my shop?  What would you like to see modified or changed?

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Jason

Jason

Another balisong. I would love the chance to buy the large parabellum.

Mike Salvatore

Mike Salvatore

Can’t wait to see the new double action autos. Thanks for being solid , the knives are true art.

Cliff Powers

Cliff Powers

Bring on the California legal auto stuff. You’re killing it.

Justin Chaussee

Justin Chaussee

I would love to see your take on a gentleman’s folder or grandfather knife. Maybe 2 blades; a large wharncliffe and a smaller pen knife. I think you could take the classic look and give it a really cool modern aesthetic.

Casey Lubking

Casey Lubking

First Darriel I would like to say I have been a long time fan of all your work. I truly believe your work many times is a triumph of form and function. I was initially introduced to your talents when I discovered your bolt action pens. It was love at first sight. Unfortunately I was too late for the kickstarter campaign and then proceeded on a relentless multi-year search for my dream pen. After finally obtaining one of your titanium pens I was absolutely amazed at the harmony of craftsmanship and functionality. I am completely serious when I say that many of your items are works of art. Your dedication to your craft is apparent in every subtle detail and I must humbly thank you for keeping such craftsmanship alive in a world of increasingly mass produced lifeless sterility. With this in mind I always wondered why you never revisited your pen designs. I often figured because there is very little if anything to improve upon. I mean when someone cares enough to utilize acme threads, where do you go from there? However at the end of the day I know your genius and skills know no limits and I often dream of what the next version of a bolt action pen would look like.

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