All knives shown in the pictures below have been made by me and are already sold.
I can custom make you a knife like any seen below.
Please keep in mind my custom knives are hand made - no 2 are ever total the same.
Tennessee Longhunter's Long Knife with S Guard and Presentation Grade Stag Antler Handle.
Deer Leg Bone Handle Knife with a steel guard.
Colonial Rifleman's Knife with Bark Tanned Deer Hide Sheath made by Tippy Curtis
Longhunter Shooting Bag with Powder Horn made by Neal Brown Carthage, MS.
Isaac Bledsoe Long Knife with walnut Knife Stand
I made this knife set and donated it to the great folks at Bledsoe's Fort Colonial Fair in 2014 for their 1st place shooting prize
Longhunter Patch Knife with Knife Stand made from pegged cross support beam remnants, salvaged during the restoration of Mansker's Station in 2012
I made this knife set and donated it to the good folks at Bledsoe's Fort Colonial Fair in 2013 for their 1st place shooting prize
Longhunter Knife that has a hot poured ( a good hard tin mixed ) pewter bolster and pewter band, with a copper pin that holds the knife tang to the deer antler handle; together this makes for a very strong fit.
Turkey Tracks in the above picture and
the Deer Tracks in the below picture were hot stamped by me into the blade while being worked in the forge.
Early American False Edge Fighting Knife like Davy Crockett may have used in the very early 1800's
Longhunter Long Knife with file work, with Deer Antler Handle and sash sheath
Antler Handle Knife with guard and Belt Loop Sheath
Early American Long Knife with Deer Antler Handle and sash sheath
Early American Big Knife. Blade has a medial ridge & spear point, with curled iron guard. Curly Walnut handle with copper ferrule
Curly Walnut handle with copper ferrule
Modern Hunting/Skinning Knife with Curly Walnut Handle
Modern Hunting Knife with integral guard with Presentation Grade Amboyna Burl Handle
Different knife handle end caps designs I have made & used. I made silver nails for the knives in the middle pics.
The 1st & last pics, the tangs are going through the antler handles, were pinged down onto hand made end caps.
Early American Long Knife with guard and Presentation Grade Stag Antler Handle
Early American Long Knife by Tippy Curtis
Tennessee Longhunter Powder Horn by Dan Brawner
Bark Tanned Deer Hide Shooting Bag by Bill Witkouski