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Knife # 001                                    $500.00

This is a fighting blade that I redesigned to be used for hog hunting. If you’re a hog hunter, and like the grab it and stab it hunting style, this might be for you. The blade is ¼ inch thick 440C stainless steel, heat treated, tempered, to a Rockwell hardness of 58 on the Rockwell C scale. This blade is 8  11/16 inches long and 1  11/16 inches deep, with a heavy satin finish. The top edge of the spine is sharp. This is not a false edge. This is for easier insertion, and deeper penetration.  I soldered a 3/8 inch thick by 2  5/8 inches long S.S. guard.  Just behind the guard is a 3/8 inch piece of black ash burl, high lighted with black spacer material.  The remainder of the hidden tang handle is the crown portion of elk antler.  The tang runs through the antler and is screwed to the 1/8 inch thick 303 S.S. butt cap. The over all length is 15 1/2 inches. The leather sheath shown is 9 oz. weight and is fitted with a left to right cross draw. 

 

 

Knife # 002

$325.00

This is one of my hand forged knives. The blade was forged using 1/4  inch thick 1095 high carbon steel. The blade is 4 5/8 inches long and  1 7/16 inches deep. It has been highly polished and treated to retard rusting.  Handle material is fossilized sea coral and is 4 1/4 inches in length.  Fossilized sea coral is available is several colors and pastels.  Bolsters are 1/4 inch thick 303 stainless steel. This knife is equipped with a heavy duty leather sheath with a basket weave design.  O.A.L. is 8 7/8 inches.

 

 

Knife # 003                                          $195.00

This is a gut-hook in a hidden tang with 1/8 in. 440c stainless steel blade 4 ins. long. Finger guard is 1/4 inch 416 stainless steel. The first finger grip is Imbuya wood, then Mammoth ivory, blue maple burl and the crown stick of a Fallow deer. Butt cap is 1/8 in. 416 stainless steel.

 

 

Knife # 004                                        $500.00

This knife is crafted in 'crossroads' Damascus steel.  There are 512 layers of 5160, 1018 and 203e folded a total of six times and has been acid etched to highlight the beautiful layers of steel.  The blade is 3 3/7 inches long and is 1 3/16 inches deep.  The bolsters are 1/4 inch stainless steel with engraving.  The handle scales consist of interior mammoth ivory which have been scrimshawed with elk and deer. The handle is 4 1/4 inches and the over all length of of this knife is 7 5/8 inches.  The spine of the blade has my vine file work, which runs the length of the blade and handle. The sheath is fashioned from cape buffalo.

 

 

Knife #005                                         $225.00

This knife is constructed with a 5/32 inches thick ATS34 stainless steel full tang blade.  The blade has been heat treated, oil quenched and  cryo-treated in liquid nitrogen for 72 hrs., resulting in rock well hardness of 61 on the C scale. The blade is hollow ground and is 3 5/8 inches long, and 1 5/32 inches deep.  The spine of the blade has 'rope' file work.  The bolsters are 1/4 inch 304 S.S. and the scales are Stag with black, white, black spacer material. The handle is 5 inches, giving this knife an overall length of 8 5/8 inches.  Included is a 9 0z. leather sheath with pinwheel stamping. 

 

 

Knife # 006                                         $225.00

This is a nice semi-drop point skinner full tang knife, with a 3 3/4 in. blade, and 41/2 in handle. Blade is flat ground rather than a traditional hollow ground. The steel for this deluxe skinner is ATS-34. The handle is accentuated with a 1/8 in. pinned stainless steel bolster. Elk antler was my preference on the handle.  I also added a dab of file work to the spine of the blade.

 

 

Knife # 007                                        $250.00

This is a very nice upturn fixed blade hunting knife. The blade steel is ATS34, that has been heat treated, oil quenched, tempered and cryo treated in liquid nitrogen for 72 hours. This process yields a knife with a rock well hardness of 61 on the C scale, with superior edge holding capabilities. The blade has a hollow ground, is five inches long and is highly polished. The handle has 1/4 inch stainless steel bolsters that have a handed sanded satin finish, and elk antler scales, 1/4 inch mosaic pins and in laid elk tracks made from reconstituted turquoise.  Included is a hand crafted  9 oz. leather sheath, with a basket weave pattern.

 

 

Knife #008                                         $200.00

Here is a comfortable full tang upturn. Blade is 1/8 in. ATS-34 hollow ground, stainless steel, 3 3/4 ins. long. Handle is elk antler 4 inches long, with 1/8 inch 416 stainless steel bolsters.

 

 

Knife # 009                                         $210.00

A very nice compact slip joint pocket knife with Mammoth ivory scales. The clip point blade is 2 7/8 inches long, drop point is 2 13/16 inches long with an over all length of 3 ½ inches closed and 6 ¼ inches open.

 

 

Knife #010 - “The Bulldog”                $375.00

If you have need of a large “This is a knife”, well here it is. Choose from 1/8, 3/8, 1/4 , inch 0-1, 440c-, ATS 34.  Over all length is 12 inches. A 6 inch blade that has a double hollow ground blade with, a saw tooth edge on the spine of blade. Handle is 6 inches long with black linen Micarta and three hidden bolt rivets.

 

 

Knife #011                                         $195.00

This knife is a classic hunter,1/8 inch 440c stainless steel. handle is 3 3/4 inches long. Handle is 4 1/4 inches long with 303 stainless steel bolster. File work on spine of blade is called "the vine".

 

 

Knife #012                                         $375.00

This knife is 'ladder' Damascus, consisting of 512 layers of 5160, 1018 and 203e folded six times.  The blade has been acid etched to highlight the ladder pattern and the folds of the steel.  The blade is a drop point skinning design and is 4 1/4 inches long and 1 5/16 inches deep.  The spine of the blade has vine file work.  The bolsters are 1/4 inch thick stainless steel.  The handle scales are mammoth ivory with 1/4 inch mosaic pins and is 4 1/4 inches long.  The overall length of this knife is 8 1/4 inches.  This knife is equipped with a 9 oz. leather sheath with a basket weave pattern. 

 

 

Knife # 013 - “Charlie’s Favorite”      $285.00

The perfect knife. I know that it is all about personal preference. To me, this is the perfect field dresser, skinner, and butcher knife in one. I removed the hook from a gut- hook design, to develop the perfect knife. Blade is a full tang design, 4 1/2 inches long, with 1/8 inch ATS 34 stainless steel. File work was added to the spine of the blade. I incorporated 416 stainless steel bolsters, with mammoth ivory for the handle, and a thong hole for a leather wrist strap. Over all length is 8 3/4 inches.

 

 

Knife # 014 -  Set of Steak Knives  $1850.00

This is a 9 piece set of steak knives that have been hollow ground, and highly polished. The set contains eight hand crafted knives, and a hand finished pecan wood holder. The knives were crafted from ATS 34 stainless steel, known for its superior edge holding capabilities. The blade were heat treated, oil quenched, tempered, and cryo treated in liquid nitrogen for seventy two hours. This process yields a high quality, with a rock well rating of 61 on the rock well C scale. Blades are four and one half inches long, with vine file work on the spine. The handles have front and rear one eighth inch stainless steel bolsters, and beautiful, highly polished Mammoth Ivory. Overall length of the knife is 8 7/8 inches.  Price includes your family name, acid etched on the left side of the blade.

 

 

Knife # 015                                         $225.00

This is an exceptional hidden tang drop point skinning knife. Blade has been hollow ground, highly polished with file work on the spine and is 4 inches long by 1 1/4 inches deep.  The finger guard is 3/8 inch thick brass, and the handle is stabilized Box Elder burl, with a 1/4 inch thick brass butt cap.  The handle is 4 3/4 inches long with an over all length of 8 3/4 inches.  Included is a handsome leather sheath.

 

 

Knife # 016                                          $200.00

This is a 1/8 inch thick ATS34 S.S. blade. The blade has been heat treated, oil quenched, tempered, and cryo treated in liquid nitrogen for 72 hrs. This process yields results of 61 rock well on the C scale and a superior edge holding capabilities. Blade measures 3 3/8 X 1 1/2inches deep. Handle is 4 5/8 inches long with an overall length of 8 inches. Bolsters are 1/4 inch thick S.S. pinned and peened with 2 3/32 inch S.S. pins. The Texas Mesquite scales are pinned with 2 1/4 inch mosaic pins. The spine has a nice vine file work. Knife is equipped with my hand crafted leather sheath.  I can stamp your name or initials in the blade as shown, for an additional fee.

 

 

Knife # 017                                          $350.00

This knife is constructed of 5/32 inch thick Damascus steel with a random pattern although I also offer crossroads, ladder, birds eye patterns.  The Damascus has 512 layers of 5160, 1018 and 203e, that have been folded 6 times.  The blade is hollow ground and has vine file work on top of blade, as well as the top and bottom of handle.  The blade  is 4 1/4 inches in length and 1 1/4 inches deep.  The bolsters are 1/4 inch 304 stainless steel and the scales are crafted of beautiful mammoth tooth.  The handle is 5 inches long, giving the knife an overall length of 9 1/4 inches.  Included is a 9 oz. leather sheath.

 

 

Knife # 018                                          $225.00

Here is an exceptional large slip joint trapper model with Amboyna burl (Australia) scales.  Note the file work on the springs and liners. Closed this beauty measures 4 1/2 inches, open it is 8 3/8 inches.  Deep bellied drop point blade is 3 5/8 inches and drop point blade is 3 7/8 inches.  Blades are from 440c stainless steel and they have been cryo treated in liquid nitrogen.

 

 

Knife # 019                                         $225.00

A medium lock back pocket knife with Afzelia burl (South East Asia) scales. This probably the desired size for a pocket knife. Closed the knife measures 3 7/8 inches, open 6 5/8 inches, and the blade is 2 7/8 inches. The blade is 440c Stainless Steel and has been cryo treated in liquid nitrogen, for better edge holding capabilities. 

 

 

Knife # 020                                         $325.00

This is the big brother to #19.  This is my large lock back knife with camel bone scales.  The scales have scrimshaw on both sides as well as engraving on the nickel silver bolsters, blade, and file work on the spring and liner.  The knife measures 4 1/2 inches closed, 7 9/16 inches open and the blade is 3 ¼ inches long.  Again the blade is 440c stainless steel and has been cryo treated in liquid nitrogen.

 

 

Knife #021                                         $275.00

This is a deluxe drop point skinner, with a beautiful pronounced random pattern. Blade is 3 1/8 inches long. Handle has 1/4 inch brass bolsters, pinned with 2- 3/32 inch stainless steel. pins, and a 320 grit hand sanded finish.  Handle is cattle bone scales, again hand sanded for a lovely satin finish.  The scales are accented with .030 red spacer material. Handle is 4 1/2 inches, with an over all length, as the crow flies, 7 1/2 inches.

 

 

Knife # 022                                         $285.00

This is a 1/8 inch thick ATS34 full tang drop point skinner. Blade is hollow ground, highly polished, engraved, and has file work on the spine. Blade is 5 1/8 inches long and 1 1/2 inches deep. The bolsters are 1/4 inch thick 304 stainless steel and engraved.  Handle scales are the bill of a swordfish with scrimshaw. The Handle measures 4 1/2 inches with an over all length of 9 1/2 inches.  Knife is equipped with a nice leather sheath.

 

 

Knife # 023                                        $195.00

Here is a universal knife suitable for field dressing, skinning, caping, and camp knife. File work on the spine of the blade. Blade is a full tang 1/8 inch ATS34 stainless steel, 4 inches long. Handle is 3 ¾ inches long with thong hole for wrist strap. I chose Amboyna burl wood from southeast Asia.

 

 

Knife # 024                                         $225.00

This is a 1/8 inch thick ATS34 blade, that has been heat treated, oil quenched, tempered, and cryo treated in liquid nitrogen for 72 hrs. The cryo treatment removes all of the retained austenite (large unstable particles of carbon carbide) from the steel and transforms it to martin site. This process enhances the edge holding capabilities of the blade.  This is a drop point skinner.  The blade is 2 3/4 inches long and 1 1/16 inches deep. The handle is 4 inches long, for an overall length of 6 3/4 inches.  The bolsters are ¼ inch stainless steel, held in place with two 3/32 inch S.S. pins, which have been preened, to disguise their appearance and purpose.  Also the bolsters have been engraved by Larry Hopewell an engraver from Harper, Texas. The handle scales are Box Elder burl. The scales have two 3/32 inch pins and a 1/4 inch S.S. thong hole.  The scales have been accented with a black spacer material placed between the scales and spine of the tang.  The knife sheath is 8 oz. genuine alligator hide.

 

 

Knife # 025                                          $165.00

This is a medium sized deep bellied deluxe skinner. I curved the handle to conform to the user’s grip. The deep belly is for some serious skinning. Notice the file work on the spine of the blade. Blade is 2 5/8 inches long and 1 1/2 inches deep with 3/8 inch S.S. bolsters. The handle is a California buckeye burl with 1/4 inch mosaic pins and a 3/8 inch thong hole.  The handle is 3 3/4 inches long.

 

 

Knife # 026 - “L’il Bit”                        $125.00

I named this knife L’il Bit. When you see the specs, you realize why its called L’il Bit. Blade is 1/8 inch 440c stainless steel, 1 15/16 inches long. Handle from the leading edge of the finger grove is 3 5/16 inches. Dyed box elder burl for the handle.

 

 

Knife # 027 -“Stubby”                         $165.00

This one goes by the name of stubby. Some knife makers refer to it as a palm knife. Blade is 1/8 inch ATS-34 (2 7/8 inches long). Handle is 3 11/16 inches long, with Afzelia burl scales, and one mosaic pin with a 3/8 inch thong hole.

 

 

Knife #028                                         $300.00

Knife 028 is the same as # 009, with the exception of the blade. I used 1/8 inch Damascus steel. The pattern is called Alabama red neck. Handle is Afzelia burl.

 

 

Knife #029                                          $200.00

This nice skinner is the exact duplicate of # 24 with the exception of the handle. The handle has rare, dyed, box elder burl scales. Please call for availability.

 

 

Knife #030                                          $275.00

This is a lock back folding knife, with brass liners.  The blade is 440c, heat treated, air quenched, tempered, and cryo treated in liquid nitrogen for 72 hours.  This process yields a rock well hardness of 61 on the rock well C scale, and excellent edge holding capabilities.  The blade is 3 1/8 inches long and 15/16 inches deep.  The handle is 4 1/4 inches long , with Afzelia burl scales, from Australia, and has an over all length of 7 3/8 inches.  Sheath for this knife is an additional charge.

 

 

Knife #031                                          $500.00

This knife has a carved axis antler handle by the renowned carver Robert Roberts and damascus blade. The handle has 3 images carved on it by the renowned carver Robert Roberts. The images are an eagle, chiefton, and wolf. The damascus blade contains 512 layers of 5160,1018, 203e folded 6 times. The spine has the vine file work. Leather sheath included.

 

Knife #032                                          $375.00

This knife has a whitetail deer antler handle carved by the renowned carver Robert Roberts. Images carved are an native American, and eagle. The blade is ATS34 stainless steel that has been heat treated, oil quenched, cryo treated in liquid nitrogen for 72 hrs. and tempered to a rockwell c scale hardness of 61. My customers have advised me that my knives hold an edge for 8-10 deer, field dressed and skinned. The spine has vine file work. Please note the following dimensions are for this same knife. Future knives with same image will vary due to the unique characteristics of an antler. Blade is 3 7/8 X 1 inch. Handle is 4.5 inches. Leather sheath included.

 

 

Knife #033                                          $350.00

This knife has an elk antler handle with a  carved image of a bugling elk carved by the renowned carver Robert Roberts.  The blade is ATS34 stainless steel, which I heat treat, oil quench, cryo treat in liquid nitrogen for 72 hrs. and temper to a rockwell c scale hardness of 61 . Again my customers report my knives hold an edge for 8-10 deer field dressed and skinned. Please note each antler is unique and dimensions will vary to length and width.Blade is 4.25 inches long, handle is 4.5 inches. Leather sheath included.

 

 

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