Arizona Desert Ironwood is a fantastic material – it is the ideal handle for knives if you want a natural material. Resists moisture, won’t crack, and has great figure. I generally don’t work with the Burls, though…because they take so much time and energy. I have a feeling it is going to really pay off on this one, though! So …
6 Celilo knives headed to www.bushcraftnorthwest.com and 7 Bushcraft knife orders – all scandi ground.
Check it out and let me know what you think of Mr Grumpy Pants drawn in Family Guy style:
I have hundreds of Great Customers out there. Many lurk in the shadows on this forum and never post a thing – but they do email/call me. So, I figured I would take a moment and highlight some patterns I’ve seen….and post on their behalf. Great Customers Are… …patient. I love when I get an email or see a post that goes like this: …
Have a look!
Check it out – quite the lookers! Really dresses up the knives. The orange ones in the middle were a special customer request. I don’t stock Orange liners, so he got some Orange G10. I was skeptical at first, but I have to admit it turned out very nice!
Here are a few of the leather options for the ShortNess knife.
Here are the MUCK and BushMaster blade blanks before the blades are ground out. As soon as the primary grinds are done and the handle holes drilled and chamfered, they’ll be headed out for heat-treat. Pic showing the thumbgrooves:
Check ’em out: http://kosterknives.com/knives/available Thanks! Dan
Don’t anybody trip and fall in THE PIT! 😀