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The Semi-Skinner is a racy looking and excellent performing big game knife. With a 3" blade (cutting edge measurement) it is efficient, yet not unwieldy. The increased belly in the blade and the upswept tip makes skinning a breeze.


Blade length 3". Depth is .875 +/-

Overall length 7 3/4"

Blade thickness 1/8"

Blade steel. D-2 with cryo quench 60-61 rockwell.


Autumn Hunter

Shown with Honduran Rosewood scales and mosaic pins.

My most popular knife. A sleek and trim field knife that was designed to be an ideal medium big game knife. Excellent for field dressing chores and will also handle caping with ease. The blade is ground of D-2 steel to a fine thickness before the bevel is added. Hardened, cryo treated, and triple tempered to a rockwell of 60-61, it will take a razor sharp edge and hold it.


Blade length 3" Cutting edge only Blade depth is .800 +/-

Overall length 7 1/2"

Blade thickness 1/8"

Blade steel D-2 60-61RC with sub zero "cryo" quench


Fin and Feather

Shown with walnut Dymondwood.

The Fin and Feather is an ideal bird and trout knife.   In addition, it is an outstanding caping knife. It's short and pointed blade allows the user to get in close and tight when caping. This provides the pinpoint control needed to do a professional job that your taxidermist will appreciate. 



Blade length- cutting edge only, 2 1/2" Blade depth is .625 +/-

Overall length-  6 1/2"

Blade thickness- 3/32"

Blade steel D-2  60-61RC with sub-zero quench



The Timberline is my largest field knife and has a slightly larger grip as well as blade, when compared to the Autumn Hunter.


Blade length 3 5/8" cutting edge only. Blade depth is 7/8"

Overall length 8 5/8"

Blade thickness 5/32"

Blade Material D-2 60-61 RC with sub-zero quench