Been awhile, here's some new ones...

J. Neilson

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I've been all kinds of busy the last few months but, I gotta sit down and post a few of the recent pieces I've done. Hope you like them.


Here is anew version of the old "Combat Knife" done in 5160 and black canvas micarta with all of the steel wearing my antiqued finish.


Here is another variation of my Saw-blade carving sets done with a clip-point blade and both pieces have Desert Ironwood scales.


Here is one of my "Big Spike" large railroad spike knives in a pattern welded version.


Here are a trio of Saw-blade Santoku knives with Cocobola handle scales for a trio of sibling chefs.


Here is one of my "Shorty" S-B knives. This is a shorter version of the scandi-bushcraft knife that can be carried as a belt or neck knife. The blade is 1095 done in a nordic grind with stabilized Maple Burl scales and a custom tooled Kokopelli sheath.


Here is another of my BUK (Basic Utility Knives) with forge marked flats and hand rubbed bevels... seems to be the most popular version as of late.


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I can see why your BUK is a good seller, I made a similar 3 finger years ago and it might be time for it again.
I really like that first combat blade. Has a truly BURLEY look to it!
Great carving set and kitchen cutters too. You have been busy.