Two just off the grinder

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Here are two knives recently completed in my shop. This first one is one of my skeleton knives that has been downsized and has my trout & bird knife profile. The kicker on these skeletons is they are flat and take up zero room in a pocket or pack. I've had really good feedback on my previous skeletons. This trout and bird is my smallest skeleton so far. CPM154 stainless heat treated and triple tempered to a final hardness of 61.0 Rockwell. As always, I make the sheath too, from Herman Oak vegetable tanned leather. Hope you enjoy looking.
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The next is a standard Hunter model with about a 3 1/2" blade. Stabilized fiddleback walnut handles that I thought were very pretty. She sits real comfortably in the hand. This blade is also CPM154 stainless and also has a 61.0 Rockwell hardness. Sheath is made by me for this knife.

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Both are razor sharp and will slice!

If you wish to see other knives of mine, please take a peek at my Instagram: