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3.5" Drop Point Hunter. 52100 steel, Waterfall Bubinga and Nickel-Silver handle. Custom-fitted 9oz. leather sheath.
4.5" Hunter, Forged 52100 Steel, Elk Antler, Cupronickel.
Detail of 4.5" Hunting Knife with Leather Sheath.
3" Puukko, 1084, stacked leather, stainless.
18th century style belt knife, made in collaboration with Historical Woods of America. 5" blade of 52100 steel. The handle wood is from a White Mulberry planted by George Washington.
Mushroom Hunter/Pruning Knife, Friction-Folder, Forged 52100 steel, East-Anglian Bog Oak Scales (Dated to 3300 BC), Nickel-Silver Liners, Stainless Hardware.
Detail of the Mushroom Hunter in the closed position.
Pair of Hunting/Outdoor knives, inspired by the classic Shrade Sharpfinger. The blades are 1095 steel, handles are from a piece of Walnut from the father of the owners' wood shop, hardware is copper.
Detail of handle inlay: This was a gift from the customer to his father who was retiring from the USPS after 25 years.
Custom hunting knife, inspired by the classic Shrade Sharpfinger, 1095 steel, Olivewood and stainless.
4" Bushcraft, 1095 Carbon Steel, Curly Maple, Brass, With Sheath.
Detail of tapered tang, handle liners, custom leather sheath with detachable dangler loop and ferro rod fire starter.
3.25" Drop Point Hunter, 1095 Carbon Steel, Black Linen Micarta, Nickel Silver.
Detail of slightly tapered tang, custom leather sheath.
Hand-Hammered Damascus, 15N20 and 1084 steels, Curly Sugar Maple, Brass.
Camp Axe, 1075 carbon steel bit and poll, forge welded to 1018 mild steel, head weighs about 2 lbs. 25" hand-carved hickory handle.
Detail of handle and leather cover.