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September 20, 2017

Back from heat treat and cleaned up; a Worker, a Sportsman, a Shadow, and a couple of new prototypes. . . .



July 4, 2017

Available Now!

First time in a while . . . I have some models on the shelf and available for immediate delivery on a "first spoken for" basis. See the "Available Knives" page for details.






May 29, 2017

And now for something completely different . . .

Suppose you were a thief in an old style, fantasy Dungeons and Dragons style role-playing game. And suppose you acquired a broken sword blade. What would you do with it? Why, make a throwing knife of course!

This is made of 440C, ground symmetrically on both sides. It's not really a broken sword blade - just ground to look like one.

Yes, it throws well. ;)






October 5, 2016

A Shadow in Damasteel and red-dyed maple. This is the first time I've worked with Damasteel. It's a bit more trouble than most other damascus, but the results are worth it.

This knife also features a new style of mosaic pin. I've always preferred a fairly simple pin style, but I thought I'd branch out a little. This one features a brass outer tube with six brass hollow pins and a stainless center pin. As always, these are handmade in my shop - not commercial items. I'm calling this "mosaic pin style 2." Yep, I really had to brainstorm to come up with that name . . . .




September 5, 2016

Here's another Loveless style dropped hunter - mirror polished with stainless guard and spalted box elder burl scales.



March 13, 2016

Well, it's been a while. . . my computer finally died, and its replacement won't let me load my photo software. . . so I had to figure out how to take photos on my phone. As such, I'm having a little trouble getting good photos. Can you tell I'm not a tech guy? I still have a VHS player with the clock blinking 12:00.

Anyway, here's one of the Loveless style dropped hunter blades from the last update all finished up. Green canvas Micarta with red liners, and mirror polished.




Sept. 7, 2015

Here are a couple of Loveless-style drop point blades, ready for heat treatment.



August 13, 2015

Here's a Nighthawk, locking-liner version with carbon fiber bolsters and blue/black G-10 scales.


A couple of more pics courtesy of Mr. Jimmy Harbison:






December 11, 2014

Just had Jim Cooper (SharpByCoop) take a very nice photo of this large model Nighthawk in framelock configuration. Blade is Mike Norris Damascus. Liners, pivot and thumbstuds are all anodized blue. Carbon fiber overlays.






October 5, 2013

Here's one of my older models that I wanted to make again - the SCS Special. 5 1/4" CPM154 blade, 10" overall. Hidden tang construction with a silver-soldered 416 stainless steel guard. Handle is red / black Micarta with 416 stainless spacers. Hard to get a good photo because of the mirror polished guard and spacers.







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