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The Hybrid. woodlore /skookum

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This knife came about when a customer asked me to combine the Woodlore blade with the Skookum handle. it has great scope for creativity.

The Woodsman

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This very comfortable knife is a new idea that I have writen about in my blog.   One of my favourite knives .

The Workhorse

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This is made with 5 mm thick steel and has a deeper scandi grind.  It has the feel of a knife that can do anything. Difficult to make but it has great looks as well as being super tough.

The Skookum

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The Skookum is one of my standard knives these days with its welded butt plate. A tough knife that can come in a variety of handle materials.

Standard Bushcraft knife

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Based on the Woodlore knife this has become a standard shape throuout the Bushcraft world,  also the steel is a standard 01 carbon steel. This one has a Reindeer handle.

The Nessmuk

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The Nessmuk is a classic wilderness knife.

Also in 01 steel with any handle material you like.

Large knives. Bowie

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I make a variety of large knives.  Bowies are a favourite.  The possibilities are endless. The sheath is  also a platform for being more creative.

The Frontier knife

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This has become one of my standard knives.  It introduces the ageing process where I acid etch the blade to give it the old frontier look.

Neck knives

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Of course a neck knife can compliment a sheath knife very well. For those little jobs around the camp