Here’s my latest. An Alabama Damascus drop point
Blade length: 4″
height: 1-1/8″ at the choil
Spine width: 1/8″
Triple normalized for grain refinement.
The handle scales are made from spalted Alaskan Birch. They are subtly dyed, and stabilized. Carbon fiber pins.
Comes with a nice leather sheath.
$230 USD shipped TYD in Conus and Canada. I will also ship to other areas, just email or PM me for a shipping quote. First to say I’ll take it, followed by a PM or email gets it. Posted on multiple sites, so I will go by time stamp.
Here’s a little hidden tang hunter that I just finished up. It’s made from Aldo’s 1084 steel, deep coloured cherry wood handle, with a canvas micarta guard. The handle was finished with Danish oil and paste wax. The handle is very ergonomic, and is super comfortable in the hand. Balance point is right behind the guard. The blade has a hand rubbed satin finish. Comes with a great leather sheath.
The blem on this one is the brass pin that holds the tang onto the handle. The hole was a little off, and you can see where I had to fill in the gap. I am reducing the price on this one due to this mistake.
$140 USD shipped TYD in Conus and Canada. I will also ship to other areas, just email or PM me for a shipping quote.
Blade length – 3 7/8″
OAL – 8 5/8″
Blade width – 1 3/8″
Spine – 1/8″
Here’s a nice little utility knife I just finished up. My original idea was for a bird and trout knife, but this is a little bit bigger than that.
8 3/4″ OAL
4″ cutting edge, satin hand rubbed finish
1 1/8″ wide
1/8″ at the spine
Scales are beautiful stabilized and dyed Box Elder Burl by Staburl, finished with brass and carbon fiber pins. The scales are contoured to fit the hand very comfortably.
There was a void in the scale that is visible between the brass pins in the first pic. I filled it in and it is smooth, but is visible. I have priced this accordingly.
$125 USD shipped TYD without a sheath in Conus and Canada. $20 extra for a leather sheath (may take a few extra days to stock it).
I will also ship to other areas, just email or PM me for a shipping quote.
First to say I’ll take it, followed up by a PM or email gets it. This is posted on other sites, so I will be going by time stamp.