Real Steel Continues to Expand the Luna Line

Real Steel Knives is responding to the ongoing popularity of the Poltergeist Works-designed Luna knife with a slew of new variations and limited editions. Among the inbound models are the Luna Lite, an affordable G-10 variant, and the first locking version of the knife.

Luna Lite

Like many knives that are customer favorites, the Luna has already seen releases in various handle materials. The original came in titanium, and then afterwards saw carbon fiber- and Micarta-handled models. The new Luna Lite models feature G-10 scales in three different colors and a D2 blade. These aren’t the lightest version of the Luna; the “Lite” designation is actually a nod to the knife’s affordable price. All the Luna models are relatively inexpensive, but RSK has stated these ones will be the cheapest of all (although no final MSRP has been given at this time).

The three G-10 colors RSK chose for the Luna Lite are black, yellow, and gray. And they say that this model will be a limited production run: once the first batch is gone, it’ll be gone for good.

Luna Liner Lock

Until now, the Luna, in all its many variations, has been available strictly as a slipjoint knife. Jakub Wieczorkiewicz, the maker behind Poltergeist Works, designed something that would be legal to carry in as many locations as possible, and that necessitated forgoing a lock mechanism. However, it should come as no surprise that people have been asking for a locking version since its debut, and it looks like RSK is ready to deliver.

Although no images of this model have been shown at this point, RSK confirmed that a liner lock model is in the works. There are other variations on the way as well: models with damascus blades, another with olive wood scales, and an all blacked-out version too.

Knife in Featured Image: Real Steel Knives Luna Lite