The 2016 drawing is now complete!
Wow! Your photos are so engaging…we wish that everyone could win.
We carefully totaled up all the entries and placed the names in an online random name generator, so as to be completely fair…after a double check to see that all was in order, Lucas punched the button and the winner is…drum roll, please…
Click over here to see the winner!
Thank you so much to all who participated in this first drawing for a Lucas Forge knife and for all of your support and interest! Get ready, because entries for the 2017 drawing are already welcome…we look forward to yours!
P.S. And yes, this is the knife that belongs to the winner: it’s a hammer forged Woodsmen Nessmuk with an aged oak handle and brass!
Hello everyone… Today’s the day that the drawing for a Lucas Forge knife takes place!
Until we have a winner, hope you enjoy browsing the amazing entries. These fellows have talent and such taste in cutting tools!
Thank you so much for your support and enthusiasm! Hope to be announcing a winner this evening!
Welcome to the Thanksgiving Customer Appreciation Event at Lucas Forge!
Here’s the deal:
- Free US Shipping!
- Free tin of Windy Ridge with order of any available knife/knives
(1 per person, per day)!
- Drawing for a free Lucas Forge knife is set for December 2nd! Submit your photos to be entered by December 1st. See more details here.
- Deals will run through Friday, December 2nd, 10:00 CST! Enjoy!
And, on top of all this, there are 7 newly-posted knives available now! Included in this group is a Camp & Field knife with a sweet ironwood handle that’s going wild with rich color and character. You can see the reverse to that handle above!
We’re so thankful for you. Thank you for your support, encouragement and enthusiasm!
Hope you have a wonderful day!
Howdy folks! Here are some choice detail pictures from today’s available lineup!
Above you see a close-up from that sweet Jack Pine Special XL. The hammer forged blade’s a little wider, giving more room, plus the handle has a different feel. Unique!
Next up, here’s the reverse side of that skinner. Curly maple with a lot of character!
While we’re talking about reverse sides, here’s another. This one belongs to the Packer: stabilized walnut!
This Elk River Hunter also has a stabilized walnut handle, with three mosaic pins and filework! Pictured is the handcrafted horizontal leather sheath that comes along.
Thank you for viewing this sneak peek into today’s selection. These knives and more will be available later today on the Available Now page. Have a wonderful weekend!
Check out these detail pictures of some of the available knives that were posted up today!
Here’s the hammer-forged blade belonging to the Drifter.
And it has some fancy filework to boot!
What about that camp knife’s blade? In spite of its rugged looks it sure does have a lot of fine details.
That amazing blue dyed stabilized box elder burl handle deserved a couple close-ups! This is incredible detail – both the color and the grain patterns! Pictures can’t really do it justice.
And here you can see the subtle black liners in this handle, tying the design elements together.
And to finish it off, we have a couple pictures to illustrate the size of those cool little neck knives!
Hope you have a wonderful day out there!
If you have a dream knife that you’d like to discuss with Lucas, pease contact email@example.com. Thanks for stopping by!
Howdy everyone! It’s a pleasure to post some detail pictures of today’s available knives.
We’re zoning in on that Kephart’s blade!
And what about this one? This Large Frontier is all decked out with hammer-forged blade, aged finish, mosaic pins, and…
…a fantistic stabilized oak burl handle! Please notice the voids that are filled with the stabilizing resin, giving such a unique look to this knife! The largest is located to the left of the mosaic pin on the far left, with several more scattered throughout: Cool!
We hope you’re having a great start to the autumn season. Happy hunting!
There are some new knives available now!
Here’s a shot of the reverse of that nifty little neck knife and a better view of its handcrafted sheath, too.
This is a close-up of the finely-detailed aged finish belonging to that classic walnut Packer.
We hope you’re having an amazing weekend; thanks for visiting the blog!
P.S. Please don’t miss the newly-announced September 2016 special: the Flatback Scout!
Happy September, everyone! There’s a brand-new special, just posted up, featuring a snazzy special-edition knife that’s part of the Scout family. Please feel free to check in on the Specials page for more pictures!
We hope you have a wonderful Labor Day weekend!
Howdy folks! Hope you’re having a great Friday out there!
There are four new knives available and here are some detail pictures.
First off, here is a reverse view of the Green River edition of the Frontier Skinner. This design is ideal for everyday carry. Strap it on and reach for it all day long. This walnut handle has some great, subtle character!
Here is also a closeup of the refined clipped blade. Amazing detail in that aged finish!
The Woodsman Nessmuk has some dramatic flair! Details include the hammer forged and aged blade finish, thumb jimping, small choil filework, and a fancy curly maple handle.
Thumb jimping for grip…
Every great knife needs a great sheath, and this ebony-handled Classic Hunter has one!
Thank you so much for visiting the blog!
Hello everyone; hope you’ve had a grand week!
Here are some detail shots of the knives that are available now!
Have you seen that amazing Fish N Game with the mesquite handle? Well, this here is the reverse side of that handle! Mesquite is such a unique handle material and this piece has some beautiful grain.
Next up is the hammer-forged Autumn Trek, and if the knife isn’t amazing in and of itself, check out this sheath. It’s a Trekker! Tote along a traveling woods-kit on your belt, complete with knife, included firestarter and Arkansas stone, and room to hang some other essentials from the classy brass D-ring.
And here’s a quick shot of the walnut handle with G-10 liners!
What do you think of this Frontier with the clip point blade? Here you can see a view of the other side of the stabilized maple handle…
…and the aged blade!
Last, but certainly not least, is a reverse view of the ironwood handle belonging to that cool Kephart! Talk about character!
Thank you so much for visiting the Lucas Forge blog!