Sunday, May 13, 2018

Blade Show 2018 - Round 1

Sorry for the lack of posts lately, but life has been really busy. So busy, in fact, that we're a little behind in getting ready for Blade Show! Here's what's ready so far. More to pictures to come as we count down to Blade Show 2018 - Table 13P. 


Damascus Piranhas, including one Bare Bones version (above), will be available at Blade Show this year. Since their debut in early 2017, Damascus Piranhas have been a hot item.


The smallest forged blade we offer, Damascus Piranhas can be dressed in various ways. Popular handle options include Curly Koa, Desert Ironwood, Wenge, Blackwood, Teak from the Battleship USS-NC (while supplies last), and Linen Micarta (Green, Maroon, or Black). 


Damascus Piranhas typically come with a lined Kydex sheath, but Scott recently designed a leather pocket sheath that we'll be debuting at Blade Show this year. 


This leather beauty will come standard with Damascus Piranhas and should fit any Piranhas on the market. We'll start churning them out as soon as the new cutting dies arrive.


The Discreet Carry Concepts clip has a "dog" that keeps the sheath firmly in your pocket.


Stay tuned. More knives to come for Blade Show 2018. 


Hope to see you in Atlanta - Table 13 P.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Back at the Forge

Scott doesn't hand-forge as much as he'd like, but it's pretty awesome when he does.  
The February tally - 3 Bushman, 1 hand-forged Rover and a Native. 


The three Bushman above are dressed in three distinct ways - 
Ito wrap over rayskin, shaped Wenge, and shaped black linen Micarta.


 Two different finishes are featured as well - Blackout above and belt-finished below. 


The Bushman is a mid-sized hard-work knife.


 The Rover is similar in size to the Bushman. The one below is dressed in Desert Ironwood.


The Native, a pure fighter, is a little longer and pointier than the Rover. 
The Carolina Native below dons Teak from the Battleship USS-North Carolina.


Both the Native and Rover pictured sport hand-sanded finishes.  


Thanks for looking.