Knives of Flint
Primitive knives for modern hunters
Flint knife blades are the best edge in the world for field dressing game outperforming any known steel!
of immediately available display knives
To purchase my primary production skinner-type knives you will
need to request availibility via email to make an order.
Sometimes I get a bit artsy and make knives for the shear beauty of it. These are a few items that do not exactly fit my normal skinner knife production but they will make great gifts this Christmas season. Once they are sold they will be removed. I plan to have something posted all the time, so keep watching.
SPECIAL #001: Big Old Blade
Made from Oklahoma keokuk and with an applied patina to make it look old. This blade is very thin and very sharp. It will be a great center for a wall frame display. 9.5" long. $150
SPECIAL #003: Opal Glass Display Knife
Styled like my skinners, but is much too delicate for field use, this striking knife will grace any place you put it for display. With a blade length of 4" the total knife length is 8". Black sinew/epoxy on mule deer antler. It will not include a sheath (it could if you want one) but will come with a small antler display stand. $120
SPECIAL #004: Keokuk Dagger Display Knife
Due to its length this knife is not suited for skinning game but it will make a great display knife or centerpiece. Keokuk flint from Oklahoma is a beautiful alabaster cream color (sorry the photo does it little justice). The blade length is 6.25" and the total knife length is 11". Brown sinew/epoxy on axis deer antler. It will not include a sheath but will come with a small antler display stand. I could custom make a sheath for it if you desire. It would be impressive at mountain man or Indian events (illegal to carry otherwise). $140