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  • I freaking love these small chef knives, and have made some for sale so that others can freaking love them too. OAL: 11.5 inches Blade: 6.5 inches Steel: 52100 Handle: Stabilized Afzelia Xlay
  • I call this the crawdad because it looks like the small freshwater lobsteresque creature that we refer to by that name where I'm from. My wife designed it as a small EDC during a phase when she wanted to learn to make knives. She ended up getting too busy with actual work, but I liked the design and decided to make a few. OAL: 6 1/8 inches Blade: 2.5 inches Steel: O1 tool steel Handle: Stabilized Australian Curly Mulga
  • I forged this little W2 tool steel paring knife in Arkansas when I was trying to learn some things from ABS Mastersmith Lin Rhea over a year ago. The wa style handle is made from stabilized spalted hackberry from my childhood back yard. It has a hamon, and a guard of black G10. OAL: 7 1/2 inches Blade: 3 1/4 inches Steel: W2 with hamon Handle: Stablized Spalted Hackberry, G10