Here is the latest slip joint from the shop. It is a Nessie pattern, 3 1/2" closed. The scales are Maroon Micarta. It has no liners but the scales have been relieved. The blade and back spring are 154CPM It uses the Dellana Dot grip system which means it is ambidextrous as the raised dots are on both sides.
This is an incredibly light knife , it weighs in at 1.4 oz or 40 grams. In comparison my Autumn Branches weighs almost exactly twice that.
A Gentleman’s slip joint. This reminds me of an English Gentleman for some reason. Truly a classy knife for everyday or special occasion carry.
The knife is 4 1/4” closed and 7 1/2” open. It weighs in at right on 4 oz. The blade and back spring are 154CPM, the liners are 419 stainless and the covers are resin ivory with canvas micarta bolsters.
This slip joint is 4 1/4" closed and 7 1/2" open.
The blade and back spring are 154CPM. The blade has the Dellana Dot Grip System which means it is both easy on the nails and ambidextrous.
The body with the double integral bolsters is 416 stainless.
Price is $400 USD delivered.
My latest slip joint knife. I thought the colours and the dark lines reminded me of looking up through the fall branches when the leaves have changed colour but haven't yet fallen.
The knife is 3 1/4" closed and 5 3/4" open. The Blade and back spring are CPM154. The body with the double integral bolsters is 416 with the Dellana Dot grip system.
The insert is Red Lace Agate out of Mexico.
$400 USD delivered
This is the first of the isolation knives.
I thought I would try a couple of new things. This is the first knife with a shield inlay-ed into the handle. I had to look up which side to put it in.
This is also the lightest folder I have ever made. It weighs only 1.7 oz. And since I am going to use lighter steel for the next one it should be even lighter.
There are no washers or relief of the liners. The bushing is 2/1000 of an inch thicker than the blade so that should ensure no binding but I can already see minute scratches on the ricasso so I guess I will need to relieve the insides. There are no liners on here either. I figured I would try it without since the micarta is stable enough it shouldn't be a problem.
It is 3 1/4" closed and 5 3/4" open. The blade and back spine are 154CPM and the body is Maroon Canvas Micarta. It has a full half stop and is flush in all three positions.