Hey up, anyone in to super heroes just finished up the latest survival tool and thought I’d share. A design I tweaked from a custom knife I made for Shayne at Eagle Ridge Survival in Ireland
Ironman hello red gold handles
Sabre ground with convex edge
90 degree spine...
Well here she is, I finally found the time to indulge myself in a project I’ve wanted to do for some time.
Verified 56 Rockwell
Micarta scales held on with titanium flared tubes.
Anyway I’m to the money shot.
Some mods I’ve done last week to what is already a decent knife, but lacks in the way of thick enough scales to make it comfortable and creates hot spots... a well known trait of this knife reported reasonably frequently.
This is the second one of these I’ve done this year and I’m sure it won’t...
Here’s a little one I finished last week, I was a little sad to see it go but you can’t keep em all (apparently)
I’ve probably only made about 10 of these Puuko’s so far which I’ve named the
“Ratatoskr Puuko” After the mischievous squirrel that runs up the world tree In viking mythology...
Thought you’d enjoy this little beauty that I finished today, nice palm sized belt knife or neck knife.
80crv2 at 59-60 Rockwell
G10 coarse peel ply with orange liners
Custom Raven (Huggin) etch
Full flat grind with 17 degree per side secondary bevel
Black torx fasteners
I finished this yesterday and have it for sale at £140, specs below;
80crv2 carbon steel
59 Rockwell verified on my Wilson tester
Torx removable scale hardware
Helm of Awe electro-chemical etc
I’ve some videos of it cutting on my Instagram feed...
Just popping some work on that I’ve done the last few weeks, this is my version of a Yorkshire Bowie, made for a fellow Yorkshireman
High flat sabre ground with secondary 20 degree bevel.
Jimping on the spine
Removable micarta scales with brown then black...
Little bit of work I’ve done over the last week or two, made 3 of these so far.
Stabilised spalted beech
Brass pin and lanyard tube
80crv2 at 4mm
59 Rockwell tested on my Wilson Rockwell tester
Kydex sheath set up with leather loop for scout carry
Scandi grind with stropped edge
Just got this finished up a few days back, specs below;
59 Rockwell verified in Wilson tester
Acid etched and then gun blued
Leather sheath 4mm
Was interesting to make especially warping wise after heat, the bit of Bocote I used was gorgeous in...
Evening all :)
Thought I’d show some pics in a knife I’ve nearly finished today, but of day off knife making to unwind from the day job!
59rockwell verified on my Wilson tester
Home made olive hessian micarta
G10 orange liners
Stainless removable scale hardware
Just wrapped this up and posted to the states, really happy with how this build turned out for a policeman in the states no less.
Verified 59rockwell (Wilson tester)
Carbon scales with black then blue G10 liners
Removable stainless hardware for the scales
Thought I’d show this off, nice robust little bushcrafter blade...
59rockwell verified on my Wilson tester
Stainless pins and tube
Stabiled walnut with G10 black liners
Kydex sheath with tek-lok
Won’t be everyone cup of tea I’m sure with the kydex lol but it’s a...
Up for sale is my latest bushcraft knife, specs below.
Just shy of 60HRC, treated in a paragon kiln and verified on a Wilson tester.
Natural micarta scales.
G10 liners 1.5mm black.
8mm stainless tube.
Kydex sheath riveted and adjustable retention via rubber washers Chicago screws...
HW80k in 22 with two tins of quality pellets.
new AGS cobalt 3-9x50 illuminated reticle scope with flip covers and 11mm mounts.
includes the case.
full tin of JSB match exact jumbo diablos and a full tin of Crossman premiers
I’ve had these stored since I invested but need to buy a few things and don’t want to use my bank account.
All ten are in excellent condition and price includes postage.
I’ll get some photos up later today.
£155 via PayPal...
First go at knife making by myself, lots of research, a day with mark hill a few years back and YouTube since then as the tools had been stored away in my lockup due to a house move :(
Finally had a proper bash at it again today :)