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A new Caper & Skinner

J. Neilson Jan 19, 2013

  1. J. Neilson

    J. Neilson Caught in the Mosh Knife Maker or Craftsman

    Here's a new Caper & Skinner pair I just finished up for a gent...


    A Small Caper...
    This little caper blade is forged from 5160 high carbon steel and done with an antique finish. The blade is flat ground with a convex edge and a slight top bevel on the spine. The contoured guard is stainless steel. The handle is Cocobola wood with a throat of stabilized Honey Buffalo horn and a black spacer. The knife is finished up with a stainless steel pin and lanyard liner. This piece is 7 1/8 overall with a 2 5/8" cutting edge and comes with a tooled leather pouch sheath with a belt loop by Chuck Dominick .



    and a Seguine SKinner....


    This skinner blade is based on a pattern I came across quite awhile back from a maker that has passed on by the name of M.W. Seguine (Juneau, Alaska). I loved this particular heavy skinner pattern so much I had to try forging something similar in my own style. This skinner has a 4 1/2" blade of 350 layer "double-cut" damascus steel with file-work and top bevel (roughly 10 1/4" overall length). The handle is Desert Ironwood Burl with a throat of Malachite stone, nickle-silver and black spacers, a stainless steel lanyard liner and a guard and threaded pommel of nickle-silver. The knife comes with a tooled leather blade sheath by Chuck Dominick.

  2. 50calmike

    50calmike 50 caliber Devil

    Damn, That's a pretty pair!
  3. Stabber

    Stabber Stabber's Steel Connection Knife Maker or Craftsman

    Both look great J[​IMG]

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