Just finished a few knives.

First one:

Personally, I think this color is horrid. But I bought a chunk of this blue G10 a couple years ago for a customer who wanted a knife with a blue handle with white liners, and I have extra.  So I’m using it to get rid of it. I’m sure someone out there will love it.

Steel:  O1, ground not forged.

Hardness:  59-ish

Blade length:  3-5/8″

Total length:  7-7/8″

Blade thickness:  5/32″

Handle material:  blue G10

Tapered tang, as always.

Price:  $175 +  $10 shipping

Comes with leather sheath.  Sheath is not made, so you can choose vertical or horizontal carry.

Number two:

I like this one more…

Steel:  O1, ground not forged.

Hardness:  59-ish

Blade length:  4″

Total length:  9″

Blade thickness:  3/16″

Handle material:  ivory paper micarta with red liners.

Tapered tang, also.

Price:  $225 +  $10 shipping  NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Comes with leather sheath.  Sheath is not made, so you can choose vertical or horizontal carry.  Black, dark brown, or light brown.

Number three:

Steel:  O1, ground not forged.

Hardness:  59-ish

Blade length:  4″

Total length:  9″

Blade thickness:  3/16″

Handle material:  natural canvas micarta.

Tapered tang.

Price:  $220 +  $10 shipping  SOLD!

Comes with leather sheath.  Sheath is not made, so you can choose vertical or horizontal carry.  Black, dark brown, or light brown.

Thanks for looking, and comments are welcome.

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4 thoughts on “Just finished a few knives.

  1. Dave likes the blue…he says because it is different. I like the white most of the three, I think. The blue is a little bright for my taste! 😉

    • Tell Dave he’s strange. And, happy late birthday. 😉

      One guy pointed out that the blue is great because it’s easier to find if you drop it in the woods. There’s no color like that in nature, so it sticks out like a sore thumb. That’s the only upside I can see. I still wouldn’t be caught dead carrying it. LOL

      My mom loves the blue. She said if it were stainless, she would buy it and use it in the kitchen.

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