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Knives of Flint.com

Exclusively the only source of primitive knives for modern hunters.

Although great for collectors or for display
these are designed
 for field dressing game.




Flint knife blades are the BEST EDGE IN THE WORLD 
for field dressing game outperforming any known steel!

          FLINT SKINNING KNIVES 
                             FOR GAME OF ANY SIZE.  
              GUARANTEED FOR ACTUAL FIELD USE.



Remembering this website just got easier...
www.flintknives.com is now included in my domain and it will get you here just the same.  I also have www.justflint.com as an extension of this website.


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So what's the big deal using flint instead of steel?

SUPERIOR TO STEEL IN SHARPNESS, PERFORMANCE, KEEPING AN EDGE, AND LESS PRONE TO CUTTING HOLES IN A HIDE.


My hand-crafted knives and sheaths are designed for both the collector and for using in the field.  Enjoy what hunters are re-discovering:  Flint knives are very effective, and in some ways superior to steel.  Sharper and holding an edge longer are important, but they also possess something else above steel blades... a connection with the past.  My flint knives are very popular with deer hunters who not only want a better knife but also want to bring something different and impressive to the camp. A flint knife is a great gift for the hunter who THOUGHT he had everything.  All of the knives on this website are for those desiring a better knife for field dressing large and small game.  Flint offers more than steel blades with its superior edge for hide removal. Great for any animal... including feral hogs!  Why use a knife that's less sharp and gets dull often?  Of the hunters I know that use flint knives, none have gone back to using steel.     

Flint knives are AMAZINGLY BETTER THAN STEEL in many ways:

Sharper than steel and absolutely NO resharpening when used to skin any animal... including hogs!
Why use a knife that is less sharp and has to be frequently resharpened?  Animal hides "melt off like butter" because of the extremely sharp and serrated edge.  If used properly it will NEVER get dull!  Yes, it can get dull when used on something other than hide or soft tissue, but it CAN be easily resharpened (I suggest sending it to me for FREE expert re-sharpening).  And yes, it can break and must be treated with care when handling.  Consider it's properties much like that of a modern ceramic knife except that my knives are more durable and they have a serrarted edge ideally suited for skinning.
  The serrated edge also prevents accidentally cutting holes in your cape.  Overall unparralled performance compared to steel.


KNIFE AND SHEATH CONSTRUCTION:

My knives are uniquely designed with the hunter in mind. You won't find my basic skinner blade design in flint anywhere else.  It was developed from the suggestions of hunters desiring a functional field blade.  The cutting edge has a generous radius and most have a thumb-rest on the backside near the handle.  Each blade is durable and sharp with waterproof haftings (two-part epoxy and artificial sinew).  Handles are real mule deer antlers, selected for their straightness and the best grip when wet.  Each knife has a custom fitted SHEATH which is also of a unique construction.  They are made from a single continouous piece of leather with NO stiching.  Easy to clean by simply unfolding it and rinsing with water.  My sheaths are based on the "Cheyenne holster" design.  Both of my knife and sheath designs incorporate simplicity, functionality, and have rugged appeal. 

CONCERNED ABOUT RESHARPENING?

I will resharpen any dulled blade for free as many times as it needs it... forever.  The same applies for damaged, yet
repairable blades.  Only include the return shipping costs when you send the knife.

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Samples, samples samples...  CLICK HERE
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Watch this!!!
Two of my flint knives at work in a YouTube video...
CLICK HERE 


 
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Batch progress...  Track the progress of my current work: 
Go to the 
ORDERING page to see the progress of my current batch of knives. CLICK HERE 

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What if...  it gets dull?  How well does the glue hold?  Can it break? 
Any guarantees?  Frequently asked questions:
 
CLICK HERE

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Can you believe this?
Read about "The Greatest Point Ever Made"! 
CLICK HERE  

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I've been flintknapping (the art of making stone tools from flint) since 2001 but have been making flint hunting knives exclusively starting in  2009.  After making hundreds of knives I'm proud that all of my customers are satisfied with their knives and all of my feedback has been positive.  They ALL agree with me that no steel knife equals the performance of my knives.  Guaranteed!

   Stacy Reeves 
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