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  1. with the steel bar obtained forging a rail road clip I made a single-edge push knife. handle scales asymmetrical also in thickness of chestnut briar. brass pins and black-forge finish. I will appreciate your comments
  2. Hi All, Had a small piece of 1095 lying around, so while I was waiting for more to come in I made one of my Arrow Heads. This one came out particularly nice. Long enough to get the job done yet small enough to palm and keep out of sight. Specifics: Steel: 3/16ths 1095 From Aldo to a Rockwell hardness of 60 Length: 3.5 inches Cutting edge: 1 7/8 inches, flat grind Width: 2 inches across the palm File work, very pointy and sharp. Price $50.00 add another $10 for a Kydex belt or neck sheath. Thanks for looking, Ken
  3. Hi All, Been a busy week. Today I have up for sale 3 all steel punch knives. All are made from 3/16ths 1095 and hardened and tempered to a Rockwell hardness of 60-61. All are very sharp and pointy. Finish is very high satin to mirror. All are priced at $45.00 including the sheath and shipping to the lower 48. Specifics: The large one with the File work on the spine. Length 4.75 inches Width across the handle 1.75 inches Length of cutting edge 2.5 inches File work is the vine and thorns pattern Price $45.00 including the sheath and shipping to the lower 48. Specifics: The large double edged one with the File work on the flat area of the base (handle).SOLD pending payment Length 3 7/8ths inches Width across the handle 2 inches Length of cutting edges 1.7/8ths inches File work on the flat to the base of the handle.. Price $45.00 including the sheath and shipping to the lower 48. Specifics: The small double edged one with the File work on the base.SOLD pending payment Length 3 3/8ths inches Width across the handle 15/16ths inches Length of cutting edge 1.75 inches File work is 5 parallel grooves on the base of the handle. Price $45.00 including the sheath and shipping to the lower 48. Thanks for looking, Ken Thanks for looking, Ken
  4. Hi All, Ok, so I call them Dragons Teeth, I made them so I can call them what I want. (Suggestions are always appreciated, though I reserve the right to use them.) So……………..Both are made from Aldo’s 3/16ths 1095 and hardened to about a 59-60 on the Rockwell scale. Both come with a Kydex belt sheath and both are hair popping sharp. The Specifics: In the top picture, the one on top, the redder of the two. Steel: 3/16ths 1095 to a Rockwell 59-60 Grind: Hollow on a 10 inch wheel Length: A tad under 5 inches Cutting edge: 2 7/8 inches Length from the tip to the front of the scale: 4 inches Height: 3.25 inches Handle width: 5/8ths of an inch, snug and comfortable in the hand. Scales: Bloodwood with 2 3/16ths brass pins File work: Vine and thorns pattern along the spine. Price shipped to the lower 48 with a Kydex sheath $90.00 The Specifics: In the top picture, the one on the bottom, the browner of the two. Steel: 3/16ths 1095 to a Rockwell 59-60 Grind: Hollow on a 10 inch wheel Length: A tad under 5 inches Cutting edge: 3 inches Length from the tip to the front of the scale: 4 inches Height: 3.25 inches Handle width: 5/8ths of an inch, snug and comfortable in the hand. A little more rounded than the top one. Scales: Sapele with 2 3/16ths brass pins File work: None Price shipped to the lower 48 with a Kydex sheath $80.00 Comments are always welcome. Thanks for looking, Ken Tell me what you think! A lot of work goes into these, feedback would be great.
  5. Hi All, Tried something different this week, a Kriss, pushing my own envelope again, Hope you like this one as much as I do. I really don’t know how many more of these I am going to make. It was a bitch to make this. This one comes without a sheath it needs leather and I only work in Kydex. If I molded Kydex to fit this you would never be able to pull it out. Here are the specifics: Steel: Aldo’s 3/16ths 1095 (actually it’s a little thicker) Rockwell hardness: 58-59 Overall length: 6 inches Height: At the handle about 2 inches the wave at the widest is about 1.5 inches Length of blade: From the tip to the scales 5 inches Scales: Black Walnut fastened with two 1/8 inch brass pins Finish: Mirror Price: $85.00 shipped to the lower 48 and worth every penny. Like I said it’s a bitch to make this. I don’t believe I have ever seen another one like it. Comments as always are welcome. Thanks for looking, Ken
  6. Hi All, Two all steel punch knives up for sale today. Made from Aldo’s 3/16ths 1095 to a Rockwell hardness of 60. The one with the curved blade is 4 inches long the one that looks like an arrowhead is 3.5 inches long. Both are hollow ground and hair popping sharp. I have made a number of these over the past year and the sell as fast as I can make them. They are easy to conceal and easy to use, very intuitive. So if you like this type of punch knife jump on one they likely won’t last long. Price including a Kydex neck sheath is $45.00 each shipped to the lower 48. Thanks for looking and your comments are always welcome, Ken
  7. Hi All, Three new palm knives up for sale this week. From left to right on the first image we have. 1. Punchullu Steel: 3/16ths 1095 To a Rockwell of 57-58 Height: 2 3/8 inches Width: 1 7/8 inch Handle width 1 7/8 inch approximately .75 inches thick, very firm in the hand Handle material is Black Walnut Satin finish Price is $50 with a Kydex Punchullu belt sheath. Lets the knife “pop” into your hand. Ask Questions or look at my earlier Punchullu For sale for more pictures. 2. All steel Punch knife Steel: 3/16ths 1095 To a Rockwell of 60 Height is 3.5 inches Width at the handle is 2 inches has a very good feel and a very firm grip in the hand Mirror finish. Made for punching. Price is $45 with a Kydex neck sheath 3. Upward curving punch knife Steel: 3/16ths 1095 To a Rockwell of 57-58 Length: 4.5 inches long and 2.75 inches along the curved cutting edge. Knife is built to be used with an upward cutting motion. It’s more of a slicing than a punching knife. However with that point I expect it will push into a piece of meat easily enough, then slice up. Width at the handle is 1.75 inches and 7/8 thick Handle material is Black Walnut Mirror finish Price $55 with a Kydex neck or belt sheath. If you want any more pictures ask I will be happy to send you them.
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