Stacked leather Hunter
This hunter is looking for a home! The blade is 4.75" long, 1/8" thick and forged from 52100. The grind has a nice brushed finish in contrast to the black scale finished flats. The handle is stacked leather with a brass butt cap and guard. It also has brick red spacers and a nice looking piece of red stag incorporated into the handle. It has a very comfortable palm swell. This is the perfect carry knife for the woods. The classic stacked leather is exactly what you're kit needs! $310
Hunter with Zebra and OD micarta
This little bush knife is forged from 1095 with a 4.25" long, 1/8" thick blade. The handle is Zebra wood with an OD micarta bolster and stainless steel pins. This is a really solid and comfortable knife perfect for serious feild work. $265
Trade knife with maple
Heres another really solid bushcraft knife, perfect for heavy work. The blade is 5.5" long, 5/32" thick and forged from 1095. The handle is curly maple with brass and carbon fiber pins. It also has a brass mosaic pin. Its priced at $270. Let me know if you have any questions!
Bush knife with Natural micarta
Just finished up this one! It's a classic drop point bushcraft knife forged from 52100. The handle is Natural canvas micarta with pins of the same material and a nice palm swell that fits the hand really well. This is a very comfortable and well balanced knife capable of handling a very wide variety of outdoor tasks. The blade is 4.75" long, 3/16" thick with a polished grind. The overall length is 9.5". This knife comes with a hand stitched leather sheath custom wet formed to the knife. It's available for $280.
Short drop point with Cocobolo
This one has a 3.5" long, 1/8" thick blade forged from 1095. It has satin finished grinds with a forged finish on the flats. The handle is Some really good looking Cocobolo wood with pins and a lanyard tube made from stainless steel and carbon fiber. It also has black liners between the tang and scales. The overall length is 7.75". Let me know if you have any questions! $260
Bush knife with micarta and burl
A shorter, wider blade with a high grind like this one is becoming my favorite profile for an EDC/bushcraft knife. Very comfortable and maneuverable. This one is forged from 52100 with a 4" long, 5/32" thick blade. The overall length is 8.5". The handle is Red coolibah burl with brass pins and OD micarta liners. The blade also has a light forced patina. Let me know if you have any questions about it! $260
Bush knife with Cocobolo and Natural micarta:
This one, I'm really happy with! The handle is some really good looking Cocobolo. Cocobolo is becoming one of my favorite materials. No two pieces are the same. The pins and 1/8" thick liners are natural micarta. The handle has a slightly palm swell, and is a bit thicker than most of my work. Really fills the hand. The blade is 4" long, 3/16" thick and forged from 1095. $250
Totally pumped to show you guys this one! It's inspired by the iconic Ka-Bar fighting knife with a little bit more of an ergonomical feel. The blade is 7" long, 3/16" thick and forged from 80crv2. The handle is stacked leather with A36 steel fittings and a tang that runs the full length of the handle and is peened over the but cap. The overall length of the knife is 13". This one is available for $320. I'dlove to know what you think!
Bird and Trout knife with bone
I've got this little guy looking for a home! It has a 4" long, 1/8" thick blade forged from 1095. The overall length of the knife is 8.5". The handle is Smooth bone with brass pins. This is a very comfortable and maneuverable little knife, perfect for cleaning game, fire prep or even in the kitchen. $265