I have a couple available today. First, a camp knife. It's made from Aldo's 1084, 3/16 thick, heat treated in my digital oven to RC 60. The handles are green canvas micarta with red liners and 1/4" brass pins. The blade has a 400 grit cork belt finish, with drawn swedges, and with a flat grind and a hint of a convexed edge. The sheath is set up for multi-carry, horizontal or vertical, right or left side. OAL is 11 3/4 with a 6" blade. Price is $300 TYD. SPF!!!
My brother and I are planning an epic "secret" dagger project. Never having ground a dagger, and not wanting to lose the contest to my little brother, I figured a practice dagger was a good idea. This knife is D2 steel at RC 60, with a flat ground dagger grind and a 400 grit hand finish and a full tapered tang. The handle material is African Blackwood, with a few flutes for decoration. The final classy touch is my first ever use of inlay material. The inlays on this knife are freshwater mother of pearl, from shells I processed myself, from the Concho River near San Angelo, TX. OAL is 7 inches with a 3 inch blade. This knife is symmetrical in all relevant directions, to the best of my ability. The sheath is black, basket weave tooled, with a clip for boot or inside the pocket carry. Price is $400.
Mark side, as yet unmarked.
Cell phone pic of the mark side, showing the raw shell
Sheath is pictured in the group sheath pic, on the left.