Gaston is, of course, the son of Gaston Glock, the man who destroyed the argument that revolvers are more reliable than a modern mass-produced semi-automatic pistol. Strange, then, that his son is so old school that the motto for his knife collection is “We keep history in knives.” The blade above is an eight thousand dollar fine hunting knife made of Mosaic Damascus steel. As well it should be. But it’s the scrimshaw work that makes this piece wikkid pissa (as we Rhode Islanders are wont to say). Gaston himself was on hand to explain the care and time required to create the Viking warrior and sailing ship (image after the jump). In German. So . . . check out the sheath. It’s a gorgeous piece of perfectly crafted, indeed fragrant leather with a sharkskin liner. No question: Gaston sweats the details. One wonders what he’d do with a modern piece . . .