The Jackal bush knife


This is my take on a stripped down, no nonsense bushcraft and survival knife.  It features a differentially tempered 5″ W1 blade, in broken-back seax style, with a 550 paracord wrap.  The sheath is laminated black leather with a soft buckskin outer.

Experimental folder


This is an experiment that I call “The Buzzard”, because it is big and ugly and kinda cool… This buzzard is done up in O1 and hickory with blued steel fittings, the overall length when open is a whopping 11.5″. The experimental part is the ribbed ferule, it twists to lock …

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First Damascus Knife

damascus knife 03_1

Here is a small hunting knife in pattern-welded steel.  This was my first experience working with this medium, the billet was purchased closeout from Smokey Mountain Knife Works.  I don’t know what type of steel went into the construction of the billet, consequently I am unsure how the knife will …

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ax and tomahawk_1

I made these tomahawks for my brothers over the winter, the white background on the photo is actually snow.  These are first attempts, they came out well, but were A LOT of work——so it may be a while before I attempt something similar. Specifications:  Both hawks were crafted from 1045 …

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