CRKT Drifter, stainless gray handle. --- The Drifter is likely the best EDC knife on the current market. Its stout frame-lock design seals tight with zero blade play. The 8Cr14Mov metal is comparable to AUS-8 (~0.75% carbon); it retains a deadly edge but still sharpens quickly in the field. The blade is legal in most states, measuring just under three inches. --- This knife should be two or three times the price. Great value ($40 MSRP)
Halfling Sword 3 by Cedarlore Forge - (formerly Mad Dwarf Workshop), via Flickr
Knifemaker Gullin Bursti. Translation: Dwimorberg Dwimorberg means ghost in speech Rohirrů - Rohan riders. This dagger is one of them, designed to work on a quiet předlouhých borders of Rohan. Blade is made of wild damask & polished on both sides. The shape is typically a foliate leaf grass that covers the local plains. The hilt is made of brass záštitky, antler hilt and leather-covered handle. Every other fittings are brass. Dagger sits in a wooden sheath, coated cowhide with brass fittings.
Frontier Belt Knife. Deer leg bone grip with a rawhide wrap and a cord ferrule. Solid brass pins. 1095 high carbon steel blade. Filework and hammer marks. Comes with a decorated frontier, rawhide sheath. 10 5/8" overall.
Walrus oosick fighter by Andrew Takach. Hand forged blade of 1095fg. Hand polished. The handle is a section of stabilized walrus oosick (penile bone). The guard is forged from some random pattern Damascus by maker. The spacer is textured and etched mild steel. The sheath was made by John Cohea. OA length is just over 13'', and is just over 1 1/2'' at the widest.
walrus oosick fighter by Takach
Swept Tribal Necker by Rick. tribal/skinner type blade… “18th Century Tactical” 5160 Mat’l. 10 1/2″ overall. 5 1/2″ blade. 5″ handle (4 1/4″ scale/wrap length). 5/32″ spine at thickest. Handle is distressed oak, rawhide wrap (epoxy sealed), copper pins, carved accent bands, finished with danish oil. The neck sheath is 10oz cowhide covered in Goatskin.