It was requested that I post pics of my work and i was told that here is the place to do it... drumroll:
I’m open to hardwood or phenolic scales too.Assuming I can find some stag scales, most of my knives run about $100-125 on average. I have a catch for making knives to order however. I don’t do deadlines. My job takes me out of town frequently and for undetermined amounts of time. It could be two months, it could be next January. For those patient enough to wait I offer better deals. I make most of my knives in the winter and a couple in the summer. Otherwise I’m in the woods or on the water.
I’ve got a youngster in mind for this knife, and I think the size of it is perfect for her.I’ll look to see what steel I might have for a small run of those (possibly). Seems there is much interest. It is a small knife and is little but nimble in the hand. It could be classified as a caper or bird and trout knife. I made it for me to use for field dressing with minimal weight.
I'd prefer the same belly as the spalted handled knife but like the point if you're going to be making a batch of D2 stuff.Here’s the other one. I just threw some cherry on it for myself and hit it with a little BLO. It’s not as nice but I made it to work. Cherry is oxidized since it was last years work but it is new and unused. No sheath as of yet.