I am taking custom knife orders again. If you would like a custom knife, please email me at email@example.com
Let me know the model name or style that you would like, steel thickness, bevel, handle material, etc etc. I’ll list some of the common options below, but pretty much anything can be had.
If you are not 100% sure on what you would like, that is fine. We can talk about how you will use the knife, and what you will use it for – to determine what would work best for you.
Steel: 80crv2, 52100, 1095, 15n20, AEBL, etc.
Thickness, 3/32, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4″ or any custom forged dimension for an additional cost.
Blade lengths available, 1 to 10″. Larger blades available but not part of standard pricing.
Bevels available – Forged: Flat, Convex – Special Price for Hollow forged bevel
– Ground: Flat, Convex, Hollow (5″ Radius)
– Edge bevels, Vee or Convex
– minimum blade thickness available behind edge is 0.006″
Base price handle materials: G1o, Micarta, Blackwood, Bocote, Cocobolo, Walnut, Oak, etc.
Stabilized Burl Woods: Box Elder, Maple, Walnut, etc… (Typically $55, but my cost of actual piece of wood used will be the cost to you)
Liners, $15 (can be more if more exotic materials such as Carbon fiber, Kevlar, or solid copper or brass are used)
Copper Guard/bolster – Full tang, $75 – Hidden tang $55
Copper Pommel – $55
Brass Guard/bolster Full Tang $75 – Hidden Tang $75
Brass Pommel – Threaded $55, Punched and Riveted $65
Stainless Bolster/guard/pommel – $75
Other Bolster guard and pommel materials available, price upon request
Basic Model Pricing:
Drifter MK2, Wolf Pup, Bushcraft-Hunter, and similar knives, $295
MP Bowie, Dire Wolf, etc $325
Hidden tang Puukko, American Puukko, American tanto, etc $325
Stacked Birch Bark or leather, add approx $95
Kitchen Knives typically $100 per inch. This usually includes burl wood handles, etc.
Again, these are just some general options and guides. Most order requests can be met, no problem.
I also offer leuku, Seax, hidden tang Bowie, froe, type D viking axes, Trade axes, Alaska pack and belt axes, etc. Most edged tools.
Thank you very much,
Matthew M Paul