News, Updates, and Tutorials.

May
7
2010
This knife is a clip point version of a small skinning knife.  Overall length is 8 inches, with a blade length of 3 3/4 inches.  Handle material is cocobolo wood with brass pins and...

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Jan
23
2010
While I may occasionally buy handle material and bar stock online, I grind or forge every blade I make.  Some “knife makers” buy a blank off of the internet, handle material off of e-bay,...

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Nov
21
2009
Here’s a good example of a drop point EDC (Every Day Carry) knife.  Overall length is 6 inches, with a blade length of 3 inches.  This particular one is 1/8 inch 1080, flat ground...

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Oct
17
2009
I remember when I was trying to figure out how to mark my knives, there wasn’t much out there on the internet other than expensive stamps or electric etching machines.  I didn’t invent this...

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Sep
23
2009
This is a knife modeled after one of my first, a model I call the Triple D, for Deer Disassembly Device.  It’s the perfect size, shape, and weight for field processing of deer and other...

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May
2
2009
I’m working on a threesome of knives for a customer, and I’ve been sending him picture updates as I make progress.  Since I’m taking progressive pictures, I decided to take the opportunity to do...

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Nov
12
2008
I got a chance to field test one of my knives today.  Earlier in the month, I skinned a coyote with one of my knives.  Coyotes usually leave me reaching for a sharp knife...

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