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$
These knives the one above and this one were done for a specific reason. A friend highered me to make him a rather large sword, he wanted it flat ground with a satin finish. I was not sure I could heat treat a full flat grind with my skill set. So I made the knife above and this one. The one above I knew I could do and thats why its hollow ground. This knife is exactly the same length and made from 3/16 1095. The difference is it has a linen micarta handle with 1/8 inch brass pins, no brass guard and is full flat grond with a hand sanded satin finish from 600 grit paper. This knife weighs about 1/2 of what the one abouve weighs is balanced well with most of the weight being in the handle but it moves like it is part of your hand. They are both nice knives just an expeirment in grinding this full flat grind is new for me and I am starting to see the benefits of such a grind. Hope you like both of them, this one is 70$ SOLD!
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.