This is a nice knife I just finished, its a Nesmuck type blade with amboya scales a brass guard and .1875 brass pins. Blade length is 5.250 with a 4.750 amboya handle. A nice blade for 80.00$.
This little blade is made from 1/8 inch 1095 high carbon steel. Overall length is 7-3/4 inches at one inch wide at the widest part. The handle is 3-1/2 inches of old stabalized elk horn with 1/8 inch brass pin.50$
I built one of these knifes out of the .080 bandsaw blade this one has Iron Wood scales with brass pins. This blade weighes less than the scales I put on it or about the same. This knife has an overall length of 8 inches with a 3.750 iron wood handle. A real nice lite blade for every day carry. 50$
Here is one of my rancher style knifes made from 1/8 inch, 1095 high carbon steel with a hollow ground blade. Overall length is 7-3/8 inches with a 3-1/2 inch horn handle with 1/8 inch brass pins 45$
Well folks every once in awhile I go just a little off the reservation and this knife is one of those times. This knife started life as a chain saw bar, I then got it and decided I was a hammer and tong type guy. Well this is the only knife I made this way, I hammered the shape out of the saw bar heat treated it and tempered it. Then I made a modified hollow grind to get a better edge on it. The black marks up front are left over hammer marks, that I didnt grind off. This thing is 8 inches long with 2 thick elk horn scales and 3/16 brass pins. It does have a nice sheath and it is a good knife Sold, Thanks Charlie!
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.