Sunday, February 24, 2013

A Range of EMcs

Scott just finished another run of water-jetted EMcs. Check 'em out - Everyman Carries in almost every handle and finish we offer. 

Handles above from left to right are as follows:
flame grain walnut, scalloped Micarta, and high gloss black linen Micarta.

Finishes below from top to bottom are:
"Worn Tactical" (cold-blued), "Regal" (hand-sanded), and "Standard" (belt-finished)

EMc Water-Jet
Steel: 01
Overall Length: 8 7/8 inches
Blade Length: 4 1/4 inches

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Puma in Desert Ironwood Take Two

Puma with Paul Long sheath and enhanced hamon. 

This one heads out to the UK on Monday. Thanks Jamie!

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Kitchen Set in Desert Ironwood

Here's a kitchen set that Scott recently finished.
Check it out! 

8-inch French Chef and GKU-4 forged from O1 tool steel and dressed in  Desert Ironwood.

Its wicked sharp.

Thanks for looking.

Friday, February 8, 2013

A Puma and an EMc Xtra

Scott knocked out two more knives this week - a Puma in Desert Ironwood and an EMc Xtra with Ito wrap over rayskin. Check 'em out.

Steel: W2
Overall Length: 11 1/4 inches
Blade Length: 6 1/4 inches
Handle: Desert Ironwood
Guard: 416 Stainless Steel

The hamon on this Puma is subtle yet beautiful.

 The Puma is headed to Paul Long for a sheath, then off to its owner in the UK, and the following EMc Xtra should be arriving in at its new home in Tennessee tomorrow. 

EMc Xtra
Steel: 1084
Handle: Japanese Ito wrap over rayskin
Overall Length: 9 7/8 inches
Blade Length: 5 1/8 inches
Sheath: Kydex with shoulder rig
Thanks guys! Enjoy.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

8-Inch French Chef and a Special Request

Scott just finished another 8-inch French Chef dressed in Desert Ironwood, and this one got a set of 416 stainless bolsters. Stunning! This beauty is headed to Kentucky.

8-Inch French Chef
Overall Length: 14 1/8 inches
Blade Length: 8 1/4 inches

Thanks Peter! We look forward to hearing how she performs.

Speaking of which, we'd really love to hear and see how all our blades are performing. So if you have a Guinea Hog Forge knife, send us a picture of you and your blade at work or play - in the kitchen, on the hunt, or simply out enjoying the day. We're not  interested in product shots so much as how you use your knives, so focus more on the activity than the knife. Here are a few examples of the type of lifestyle shots we'd love to see.

You see, by June we hope to have a virtual catalog compiled for Guinea Hog Forge - something folks can flip through easily to learn about our products and philosophy, but we need some great content to tell our story . . . and you (our customers) are a big part of that story.

So, if you're up for it, submit away. Pictures need to be high resolution JPGs, while stories simply need to be in a format I can edit (email, word doc, etc.). If we publish your picture or story in our virtual catalog, we'll give you a byline and compensate you as best we can - with credit towards the purchase of a Guinea Hog Forge knife.

Hope to hear from you soon!