Hello there! Hope everyone’s enjoying the spring. Just in time for it, there are several newly-available Lucas Forge knives now listed up!
Included among them are two hand-forged Hog Hunters. Here are some detail pictures of the micarta-handled one…to see the specs, visit the Available Now page!
We also have a revised ordering system in place on the models pages! For more information, please read about How to Order.
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This unique knife is a custom job displaying a great antler handle, brass guard, colored spacers, and a sweeping satin-finish blade. Thanks for stopping by!
The Sierra design has a sheephorn handle and an O-1 steel blade. The snap sheath is one of the trademarks of this style. The knives pictured here were all recently completed!
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We had an ice storm yesterday!
Hope you’re staying warm. Thanks for stopping by the blog!
Pictured here is a sleek Frontier Trapper with a buffalo horn handle.
I wanted to share a recent custom knife with you. This is a 7-inch blade version of the Alamo Bowie featured on the Reproductions page. The blade is O-1, handle is a vibrant curly maple, wide guard is brass and the pommel is bronze.
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Free shipping on all US orders $50 and over through noon of December 2nd!
Plus, some new available knives have been added up just today!
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Here’s one merry, even if somewhat tired and dirty, little dog on the opening day of dove season. She had a blast!
The intricate design of these deluxe copper-based mosaic pins is the perfect touch to set off a custom knife. They look especially snazzy with certain models, like the Packer and the Classic Hunter, but they also look great with the Jack Pine Special and others – why, the one above is actually in a Nessmuk.
Jack Pine Special (Curly Maple)
Classic Hunter (Stabilized Walnut)
Packer (Desert Ironwood)
A picture will hardly do this little detail justice.
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…with a picture that just pleased “the photographer.”
Hope you’re having a good one!