Nov
25
2011
This is one of my two named models.  I call it the Spicewood Special, after Spicewood, TX, where my grandparents going back three generations have farmed and ranched.   I still deer hunt there, eating the...

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Aug
22
2011
Like most good dads, I try to help my kids be involved in what I’m involved in.  My 6 year old son Jared approached me the other day while I was drawing out knife...

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Aug
21
2011
I’ve taken the next step in the knifemaker progression and started making a few folding knives. I’m not fast at them yet, but the knifemaking skills still translate into a fine custom piece. I...

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Jul
26
2010
Schrade knife company made many classic designs before going out of business in 2004.  Their designs inspired these knives.   This knife is 1080 with osage handles and stainless pins.   This next handle...

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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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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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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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