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Pro-Tech Knives

Pro-Tech Knives, LLC
Privately held company
Industry knives
Founded Santa Fe Springs, CA (2001)
Headquarters Santa Fe Springs, CA
Key people
Dave Wattenberg
Products automatic knives
Number of employees
10
Website [1]

Pro-Tech Knives, Inc. is a knife manufacturing company based in Santa Fe Springs, California, famous for its automatic knives. Pro-Tech was founded in 2001 by Dave Wattenberg. The company produces about 12,000 knives per year and its most famous models are the Godfather, Godson, and the Runt J4. Pro-Tech has designed models for the U.S. Military and several police departments, including the secret service and US Marshall's Service.[1]

Pro-tech has collaborated with famous knifemakers such as Ernest Emerson, Walter Brend, and Allen Elishewitz on various designs.[2][3]

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