Large 1095 Ray-Paracord camp knife
Well, with the heat I’ve not gotten a lot of work done, but this is the last knife I completed, I’d yet to take any pictures of it so figured it was about time.
Here we have a blade of 1095 that was made while making another commission, decided to finish this one out, but a bit more simply. Full tang blade with ray skin and a paracord overwrap. Roundeded spine.
This one is available for 300$US as shown, a sheath can be made for an additional cost. 15” over all, 9 1/4” blade.
Last blade I finished. I forgot to post the finished image. Turned out great. 1095 blade, aluminum bronze, mild steel, stabilized red wood burl. Made a nice chopper.
A bowie blade I’ve had sitting around for quite some time is finally getting a handle. Stainless and cocobolo.
Damn, this is beautiful.
Damn, I feel like this thing should take me to Narnia or something.
Video by a fellow maker. Worth a watch.
Took a number of pictures today. Had made a bunch of sheaths recently so figured I needed to take photos of them and get them added on my website.
Lots of knives are looking for a good home so check out the available page.
Large full tang recurve blade I’m working on. It’s somewhere around 16” over all length. The image here is at a strange angle as it’s meant to show off the hamon I ended up getting unintentionally. I just quenched the blade and due to the cross section the spine held enough heat in to create some neat effects you can see pretty well once polished and etched. This is currently in the works for a friend and customer of mine. Looking forward to getting it finished.
Here are a pair of damascus side knives or EDCs (every day users) that I finished up fairly recently. Made of 15n20 and 1080 steel. I typically go for a fairly high layer count as with a good etch you get some cool effects, when the blade is moved around in the light, called chatoyancy. Some woods also have this effect.
Made the sheaths as well, ended up with some small spots where the dye wouldn’t take. Normally you learn something new each time you make something, and on the sheaths it would have to be to try dying them before assembling them.
These are also available. Asking 200$ US and that is with shipping and sheath included.