The Whitetail is a great all around hunting, fishing and camping blade. The Damascus blade is 4 1/4" long ,1 1/8" deep and 1/8" thick . The overall length of the knife is 8 1/4". The point is great for field dressing and skinning jobs. A truly versatile and well balanced blade.
Shown here with Bocote' and Cherry two tone handle and mosaic pins in the guard and handle
This is a sleek drop point Damascus blade with an overall length of 7 1/4" with a 3 1/8" blade. It is a knife that is comfortable in the hand with beautiful lines. It is a knife that is as beautiful to look at as to use. It has become my favorite knife to carry for any outdoor adventure.
Shown here in Koa and Ebony two tone with mosaic pins
This is the big brother of the Pintail. It is a nice size nice for any big game needs. The curve of the blade will also make it nice for skinning chores. It has an overall length of 7 5/8" with a 3" x 1" x 1/8" blade. This blade is available in both 440C stainless steel and Damascus.
Shown here with a Damascus blade and Cherry Burl handle
This is a beautiful and stylish knife. It has a highly polished, mirror like 440c stainless blade. The blade is 4 1/8" long 1 1/16’ wide and 5/32’ thick. The overall length of the knife is 8 1/4". This knife is heavier than the Whitetail due to the thicker blade. It is still a well balanced knife.
Shown here with Walnut handle and mosaic pins
This is the largest knife offered here (larger are available on request). The overall length is 9 1/8", with a highly polished 4 1/2" long, 1" wide, 5/32" thick blade. The long blade balances nicely with the handle. This allows the knife to sit lightly in the hand, despite being the largest knife on the site.
This is a great knife for the hunter who consistently hunts big game.
Shown her with Rosewood handle
This is a beautiful drop point Damascus knife. I have placed it in both the small and big game categories because it will appeal to people looking for either type of knife. It is beefy enough to feel like a big game knife, yet small enough to hardly notice it hanging on your belt. The blade is 4” long with an overall length of 7”. I was so enamored with this knife I have carried since I made it. It has traveled through the deer and turkey woods and on long camping trips and handled any task I have asked of it with ease.
Shown here with Black oak handle