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                                     IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN ORDERING A CUSTOM KNIFE, LEATHER WORK, SHARPENING, OR OTHER CUSTOM WORK, PLEASE EMAIL ME. I PREFER TO TALK DIRECTLY WITH YOU, TO MAKE THE EXPERIENCE MORE PERSONAL AND VALUABLE! 

PRODUCTION MODELS

BAKEAPPLE

This knife model is called the BAKEAPPLE, and has so far been the most popular of all of my knives.

Designed during the summer of 2018, this little neck knife measures in at six inches long, and is named after a small orange berry that grows in Newfoundland, Canada. 

The small size allows the knife to be worn comfortably around the neck, or even inside a pocket, but the design features allow it to be an excellent multi-use utility knife.

The shallow belly and fine tip make this knife a great woodcraft, whittle, and craftsman's knife, while the beautiful front upsweep make it a great small game processing knife and skinner. 

The price tag also helps to make this knife popular, at less than $150 for a handcrafted knife.

"It's a high quality knife that will last a lifetime and I can pass it down to my son" - Woodsman Mike K.

TUCKAMORE

The Tuckamore was Kyle's first DO-IT-ALL woods knife design, made to incorporate all the necessities for the back country.

At approximately 8.5 inches in length, and carved from 1/8" O1 carbon steel, the Tuckamore pattern gives you all the things you need, and leaves out all of the junk you don't.

The size and clean lines make this user excellent at nearly any task around the campfire, from firewood processing, fire-craft, whittling, food prep, and more. At 1" deep, it even has enough belly to do a great job in animal processing. 

"It's the most durable knife I have ever owned. It's has started hundreds of fires and carved a thousand feather sticks. To say I love it is an understatement"

              -  Dan, who recently processed his fresh deer with                        his tuckamore!

PREVAIL

The PREVAIL has quickly become a crowd favorite for the bushcraft community.

Designed for bushcrafter Troy Bullock, this knife measures in at 9.5 inches long, carved from 3/16 inch steel. 

It's size allows it to accomplish the heaviest tasks like batoning or bone splitting, but the design features allow it to be an excellent multi-use utility knife around the camp as well. 

 Although the Prevail was designed as a custom piece for Troy, I quickly added it to the production list, as customer requests came in from all over.

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YELLOWFOX

The Yellowfox is a DO-IT-ALL woods knife pattern, with a stronger lean towards game processing than any of my other patterns. 

At 8.5" in length and 1/8" thick, it is similar in size to the Tuckamore pattern, but the difference is in the DEPTH.

The Yellowfox is 1.5 inches deep, allowing for a very deep choil that keeps slippery, bloodied hands from riding up onto the blade. Additionally, the 1.5 inch depth allows a beautiful front sweeping blade which is ideal for skinning and caping. 

The 'scandi grind' might seem unusual for a  hunting knife, but this is what helps keep the Yellowfox in the 'do-it-all' realm. Oftentimes, dedicated hunting blades have grinds far too thin and delicate to be useful for many camp tasks, but not the Yellowfox. Process your bear, baton your wood, carve your pot hanger, and lay a fresh piece of backstrap in the cast iron. This Yellowfox will do it all.