New knife I just finished up made from 5/32 D2 steel with a full flat grind. Has cocobolo up front with with a wood that looks like Ivory and stabalized maple burl. 3/16 brass pins with 1/8 inch brass pin surrounding a 3/16 inch silver steel pin in the cocobolo. There is no makers mark on this blade as I was still figuring out how that should be done with this steel. All future knives will have my mark. 80$ Sold!
This is what I call a Large skinner, simply because the man that I got the design from called it that. This one is made from M2 steel 5/32 thick steel its 8 inches long with a full flat grind down to just a little less than the thickness of a worn dime. The handle is some "home grown" red oak with 4 coats of linseed oil and 2 coats of Danish tumg oil, lightly sanded between each coat. I put two 3/16 inch brass pins in the scales. Because of the extra expense in the treatment of this steel the price is higher asking 80$ for this one. However I feel this metal is far better than the 1095 I use most of the time in edge holding and service.
This is a nice little Knick made from .125 (1/8) high carbon steel. Blade is hollow ground and it has the file work done up top, with thin ebony sclaes. It has 3/16 brass pins and a brass thong hole in the the rear of the handle. 50$
Made from 3/16 1095 high carbon steel, hollow ground with a 3/8 brass guard and ebony scales with 3/16 brass pins. Overall length is 11 inches with a 5-3/8 handle measuring from the front of the guard to the butt of the handle. With a clipped point. 80$
Well there are a few new ones and I hope to get a few more up this week . Thanks for looking at my page. Bob Hawley, R.E.H. knives.