This is the knife that started this site. I like a small beautifully balanced knife and this one fits the bill. It is great for dressing small game or breasting out those ducks and geese. It is also a great day in, day out, chore knife. The knife is 6 3/4" long overall with a 3" satin blade that is 3/4" wide.
Shown here with Walnut and Locust handles
This is a sweet little knife. It is small (the smallest knife on the site) with an overall length of 6 5/8”, and a blade length of 3 ”. With the handle shape and finger ridges it handles beautifully. It is so nice I don’t know if I will be able to let it leave the shop (unless it is with me). Available in Damascus or CPM 154 Stainless Steel.
Shown here with Cocobolo handle
This is a graceful knife to behold and hold. It is small in appearance but big in feel. The thick blade helps it feel like a much larger knife than it is. This is a knife you could confidently use for any outdoor job. This blade is available in both 440C stainless steel and Damascus.
The blade is 2 3/4”, with an overall length of 6 5/8”.
This is the exact same blade as the "Grouse", it is 6 3/4" inches long overall with a 3" by 3/4" satin blade. The difference is the brass guard, it gives the blade a more traditional look. It is an excellent overall blade, both for small game and deer sized animals.
Shown here with Walnut handle
This is a beautiful 6" fillet blade with a high polish finish. The blade has a nice flex which makes filleting jobs a snap. Its size also makes it great for many other uses. This is a great camp or camping knife. I made one for my wife as an all around kitchen knife because of its size and balance. It would be great for boning out legs of venison or lamb. Any place a light well-balanced blade is needed, this is the knife for the job.
Shown here with a Rosewood handle