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Found 6 results

  1. DRoeder

    Equestrian Hunter

    This was the last knife I made for the 2014 year. This is a special piece because it is the first that I made using a handle material that I have long thought of, and finally made. This is a natural material that I resin treated, and then stabilized. This piece has a 96 layer, random pattern Damascus blade, Heat colored 304 stainless fittings, and stabilized horse manure, or Pasturewood handle. Yes, I said horse manure.
  2. I love the Brut-De-Forge style knife. I have made a few of these over the years, and here is a recent one. Inspired by Joe Keeslar, this is a Brut-De-Forge, forged from a Nicholson farriers rasp. Blade length is 5 1/2" and is 10 1/2" O.A.L. The scales are Walnut and are inlayed with sterling silver. Bolsters are 304 Stainless.
  3. DRoeder

    Utility / Hunter

    Forged 5160 Utility. 4 1/2" blade, 9 1/2" overall length. This knife has stabilized Koa scales, and heat colored 304 stainless bolsters.
  4. DRoeder

    18 Years in Knifemaking

    September 2014 marked my 18th year in knifemaking. To celebrate I made something not from the normal. This is a Damascus "Steampunk" The handle has on both sides, fully functional gears. This was a great challenge, and super fun to make.
  5. 5 1/4" Brut De Forge knife forged from a Nicholson Farriers Rasp.
  6. David Roeder

    Gentlemans Hunter

    Gentleman's Hunter by David Roeder. This is my first Journeyman Smith knife that I made after passing my testing. 4 1/4" 5160 blade, 416 Stainless guard, Stabilized exhibition grade Birdseye Maple handle. Heat colored file worked collar.