Hunting Knives

Hunting Knives are, typically, a large stout knife used to skin and cut up and sometimes to dispatch game.

Cable Damascus Hunter

Cable Damascus Hunter with elk antler scales with stainless steel pins. Cable damascus bolsters with brass pins.

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Trailing Point Hunter

Blade is ATS-34 hand rubbed to 800 grit. Bolsters are stainless steel. Scales are stabilized California Buckeye Burl and has mosaic pins in the scales made by Sally Martin. Blade length is 4 5/8" tip to bolster, 1 3/16" wide, and is 3/16" thick. Overall length is 9 1/4". Leather Sheath by Maker

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Forged W2 with Spalted Oregon Ash

This blade has been forged out of large diameter W2 round bar and has been clay coated to produce the hamon. The blade has a tapered tang and has nice distal taper. The blade has been hand rubbed to 2500 grit and lightly etched and polished to bring out the hamon. The bolsters and pins are 416 stainless steel, the pins have been domed. The scales are stabilized spalted Oregon Ash with lots of black line. Blade Thickness: 3/16" at the bolster Blade Width: 1 3/8: Blade length tip to bolster: 4 3/4" Over all length: 9 11/16"

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Specs: Sole authorship Blade Steel: 1084 and 15N20 "W" pattern damascus Blade Thickness: 1/8" Blade Length: 4 5/16" tip to plunge Overall Knife Length: 9 5/8" Blade Width: 1 3/32" Handle: Stabilized redwood burl that has 20 coats of spar varnish Guard: Pre civil war wrought iron from salvaged anchor chain Pin: Peened silicon bronze Sheath: Will be a leather sheath not yet made

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