I was recently invited to work with the awesome folks at Baltimore Knife & Sword on their Man At Arms: Reforged series. I’ve known Kerry and the crew there for years, and it’s a distinct honor to be asked to …Continue reading →
For well over a year now, you all have been hearing about the upcoming “Secret Project” I will be making steel for. It’s been the cause of a lot of new stuff in the shop, and a lot of learning …Continue reading →
So, I don’t often toot my own horn about stuff like this, but I pulled off something I thought was pretty cool while teaching a class this weekend. I usually do a heat treatment demo on grain growth where I …Continue reading →
I’ve got too much Damascus in stock, so it’s time to clear out some inventory! Now through Monday, all in stock steel is marked down 20%! Check out the shop section to find that piece of Damascus you’ve been needing!
UPDATE: This Saw is *SOLD* Kalamazoo Model P-45 Horizontal Bandsaw – 3ph motor (Probably 1HP, but the motor plate is AWOL. A VFD would run it, or a 1ph motor could be swapped in) – Looks like it …Continue reading →
Now available for sale is a Turkish Twist pattern Gent’s Knife. This knife is made from 1084 and 15n20 high-carbon steels, forged by me. The inset handle scales are of fossilized Mammoth Ivory. Note that while screws were used on …Continue reading →
This is gent’s knife in 1084/15n20 Turkish Twist Damascus with Mammoth Ivory scales. 3-3/4″ of blade and 8-5/8″ OAL. While it is assembled with screws for appearance, it is not a take-down. It’s headed off toBrett Smith at T STAR …Continue reading →