Ironwood Bushcraft – work in progress pics

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 …

Bushcraft and BarraKuda headed out today

Here’s a few good pics showing the Drop-Loop sheath I make out of Kydex for the Bushcraft knife. Fits a 2″ double-thick belt. The angled back (gets narrower as it goes up) allows for some rotational flexibility in carrying it..even with a full 2″ belt. If you use a TekLok to belt carry you don’t have any flexibility. This gives …

Works in Progress – Bushcraft and ShortNess

I’m working on gluing up 2 sets of knives right now while others are in heat-treat, etc. Bushcraft: ¬†http://kosterknives.com/knives/bushcraft and ShortNess: ¬†http://kosterknives.com/knives/shortness In each tray is 10 knives (mostly :D) The orange dots are “priority” and “Paid-In-Full”. ¬†Usually I would glue up all the knives at once. ¬†But since there was a request by a number of customers that they …

Flat Ground Bushcraft knives up for grabs

These are a couple extras from the last run. You can get more information from my Bushcraft Knives¬†page. Pricing is $190 +s/h Email: dan@kosterknives.com or call: 479-366-7794 …to pick one up.   And, for those curious why the white background….I’m starting my Online Store: http://kosterknives.com/sales/ It’s not quite 100% yet, but will be a great way to pick up my …