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STAINLESS STEEL

$3,200.00

This final iteration of The HAKA is presented on a Full-Size Colt Classic 1911 Series 70 .38 Super and comes in a high polish Stainless Steel frame, slide and accents.

THE HAKA​ - STAINLESS

SK Customs Releases for the Final Phase of our Two-Part Limited-Edition Production Designer Series on the Colt 1911 .38 Super Series 70 Model Platform

High polished Silver nation matched barrel. Gold plated and high polished magazine release, grip screws, barrel bushing and spurred hammer with extensively 24K Gold etched motifs inspired by Polynesian Ethos, complemented by a Diamond studded factory front staked sight and our newest Super Bright White Ivory polymer engraved grips. 

The HAKA comes with a limited-edition series number from 001 of 200 Gold etched behind the right slide serrations. The HAKA is the Final Legacy of this Two-Part Limited-Edition Designer Series with The MANA distinguishing the series.

INNOVATION​

Innovation began with what The MANA embodies and now with the Launch of The HAKA Complementing this Two-Part Designer Series

Like The MANA, The HAKA is inspired by the Polynesian Māori tribe and with venerations given to the Polynesian Culture. SK Customs has taken what inspirations of The MANA resonated to create The HAKA enduring them into the highest-quality, abstract work of art with each engraved motif having a symbolic message.

POWER​

HAKA; Pre-Dating the 19th Century is defined as a Warriors Choreographed Mantra.

HAKA Ka Mate pre-dates the19th Century and is defined as a Warriors Mantra; an expression consisting of every part of the body. Various contortions of the limbs during which the tongue is frequently thrusted out incredibly far and the orbits of the eyes enlarged so much that a circle of white is distinctly seen around the iris omitting what one can only render as a fearless warrior human shape deformed and ready for battle. Today HAKA is performed in many reverences most predominately by the New Zealand Champion National Rugby Club better known as “The All Blacks”, and in other arrays throughout the world in both a ceremonial and threatening show of force by modus.