The Scavenger is an excellent little knife for fine carving, processing game, fire prep, or EDC. The blade is 3.5" long, 1/8" thick and the overall length is 7.75". The Scavenger starts at $225 with standard materials. Pictured with Ziricote handle and stainless pins.
The Ranger is an excellent beet knife that can tacked a wide range of tasks in the bush. The palm swell shape to the handle makes for a very comfortable knife. The blade is 5.5" long, 3/16" thick and the overall length is 10.25". The Ranger starts at $265 with standard materials. Pictured with standard blade finish and a Curly Maple handle with brass pins and lanyard tube. Please also note the file work on the spine is an additional $10.
The Shenandoah belt knife:
This one is named for one of my favorite places on earth, The mountains surrounding the Shenandoah valley in Virginia. Its Simple trade style knife very much like the early American woodsmen would have used. An excellent and capable bush knife. The blade is 6" long, 3/16" thick and the overall length is 11". The Shenandoah belt knife starts at $265 with standard materials. Pictured in 1084 steel with torched birds eye maple and brass pins.
The Hunters Bowie:
The Hunters Bowie is an excellent and capable woods tool, great for heavy chopping and hacking. Its built with a classic clip point. The blade is 8.25" long, 3/16" thick and the overall length is 13". The Hunters Bowie starts at $300 with standard materials. Pictured with standard blade finish and a handle made from natural canvas micarta with brass pins and lanyard hole.
The Backcountry Voyageur:
This knife gets its name from the French Canadian trappers and woodsmen of the Hudson Bay company. It was defined in collaboration with Steven Clarke at Backcountry King. This is one heck of a bush knife. It is a perfect "one tool option" That will tacked anything you throw at it!
The blade is 7" long, 3/16" thick and 1.5" wide. It has a very comfortable, and ergonomic feel to the handle from the coke bottle profile. The end of the tang is apposed just a bit so you have a safe way to pound in tent stakes or brake through ice. This particular one was made with some nice Blodwood and brass pins and liners to match Steven's logo. Like all of my models, I can change out the materials to make it perfect for you.
The Backcountry Voyageur starts at $280 and goes up depending on materials.