This is a custom version of my Raven folder. It sports a 3″ blued W1 blade with bone inserts and brass bolsters. Folders are a lot of work, but I really liked the way this one came out!
This is a larger custom version of my Lynx pattern hunting knife. This version sports a 4.5″ blued w1 steel blade (differential temper) with a blued steel guard and canvas micarta handle. The sheath for this is kydex with nylon strapping and is set up for horizontal or vertical carry. …
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.
I think I’ll call this the Lynx, because it is a compact but elegant and capable hunter—–like its namesake… This is mirror finished W1 with a copper and wood handle, 7.75″ OAL with a 3.5″ blade.
I call this one the Bush Dog and it is my take on an outdoor utility knife. This features a rust blued W1 blade with a pheasant wood and pure copper handle. Blade length is 5″ with an OAL of 9.5″.
I call this one the Raven, it is a friction folder in rust blued W1 with brass and bone handle. The blade is 3.75″ with an overall length of 8″.
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 …
This is the first project I’ve completed in a while, it is also the first piece to come from my new workshop. This knife has some flaws, but for a first try at a folding knife I am not disappointed with the outcome. It is a slip joint folder in spring steel, …
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 …
Take a look at these custom knives I made as groomsman gifts for a gentleman this month. These are all made from the same rail anchor and are stamped with the groomsman’s last name on it. Each also came with hand made black leather sheathes, spiffy!