Our knives are made by hand. Nothing is machined or milled and no 2 knives are exactly the same. This being said, there may be minor imperfections on your handmade knife. Blemishes, uneven grind lines, wavy lines, tool markings, handle marks, and etc are only surface blemishes and will not affect the performance of your knife. If an imperfection is present, it is not to be considered as a "manufacturer's defect".
WHEN WILL ORDER BOOKS OPEN? HOW CAN I PLACE AN ORDER?
We are not accepting custom orders. Sorry.
WILL YOU MAKE ME A KNIFE THAT I DESIGNED MYSELF?
No. It's not likely.
I SAW A KNIFE YOU MADE THAT I WANT. WILL YOU MAKE ME ONE LIKE THAT?
No. The knives we make are based on a variety of different factors including availability of materials, current workload and sometimes just our creative mood. For current model(s) we are accepting orders on, please see Made To Order Knives.
BUT I REALLY WANT THAT KNIFE. CAN'T YOU JUST MAKE ANOTHER ONE, JUST FOR ME?
Seriously lol. We do not accept custom orders. We just aren’t set up for it.
YOU ARE OUT OF STOCK. WILL YOU BE MAKING MORE?
WHEN WILL YOU HAVE MORE AVAILABLE?
We are NOT a large manufacturer. We are only 2 people in a small shop. Our knives are made one at a time by hand and it takes time to complete. Availability will vary based on our current workload.
I SAW A KNIFE YOU POSTED ON SOCIAL MEDIA THAT WILL BE LISTED SOON. CAN I “RESERVE” IT OR BUY IT BEFORE IT IS LISTED?
No. If we do this for one person we have to do it for everyone. In order to keep things fair for anyone wanting a knife, all blades are first come first served. You just have to keep an eye on the listings and be the first one to buy it.
WHAT MATERIALS ARE YOUR KNIVES MADE FROM?
Knife blades are mostly made from O1 or 1095 high carbon steels. Occasionally other steels such as S35VN or AEB-L are also used. There too many different handle materials to list them all here. Please check the description in each individual knife listing for a description of materials used on that knife
DO YOU MAKE FOLDING KNIVES?
No. We are not setup to make folders. Maybe in the future we will expand, but for now – fixed blade knives only.
DO YOU SHIP INTERNATIONALLY?
Yes. We regularly ship to countries in The Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia, and others.
HOW QUICKLY WILL I RECEIVE MY ORDER?
Please allow 2 business days for the order to be packaged and shipped. Business days are Monday-Friday, excluding any major USA holidays. Once your package has been handed off to the carrier, it is out of our control. Most of our packages arrive to their destinations in a timely manner, however there are some delays due to COVID-19.
ARE YOUR KNIVES MADE IN THE USA?
Yes. We are based in Texas, USA
DO YOUR KNIVES COME WITH A SHEATH?
No. Unless otherwise stated in the listing, our knives do not come with sheaths. We are knife makers, not professional leather craftsmen and we leave sheath making to the experts. We have partnered with Badger Claw Outfitters and their handmade sheaths may be ordered through our website. There is no need to send them your knife as they have patterns for most of our regular knife models.
If you would prefer a different style sheath, you will need to seek out the vendor and style of your preference. You will likely need to send your knife to them.
WILL MY KNIFE BLADE OXIDIZE OR PATINA?
With any high carbon steel, you can expect your blade to discolor over time. As it gets used, it will develop a natural patina which is a form of protective oxidation. Patina is natural and should not only be expected but embraced. It tells the story of where your knife has been and all the things it has done for you. The patina will also help protect it from rusting.
A knife of high carbon steel should be kept clean, dry and oiled to minimize the chances for rust as it develops its protective patina. Also, storing a knife inside a leather sheath is not advised since moisture can be trapped against the blade.
With stainless steels you will not likely see any patina from normal use. Keep in mind, even stainless variants can and will rust if the knife is not cared for properly. Always dry your knives after use and oiling them lightly is always a good idea.
WHAT SHOULD I USE ON MY KNIVES TO KEEP THEM LOOKING GOOD?
Oiling your blade is a great way to keep it in great looking condition. If you are looking to keep it food safe, we recommend using mineral oil or Red Eyed Hog B-Fat. If you're not looking to prep food with it, good old 3-in-1 Oil works nicely. Red Eyed Hog B-fat also works great on handles. We use it on both wood and synthetic handles. B-Fat is available to purchase on our site
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