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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!
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Welcome to the Lucas Forge blog! Today we’re pleased to present a selection of detail pictures featuring two of the lineup of currently available knives. Let’s take a look!
First off, we’d like to zoom in on this super-cool Woodsman Nessmuk and explore some of its details a little more closely.
Here we see the fine details of this fantastic aged blade…
…and this aged oak handle. The grain here is really rustic and classic.
Next up: if you’ve taken a fancy to this Mini Jaguar, you may be interested to see the reverse of this snazzy ironwood handle…
Isn’t this amazing?!
Thank you for visiting the blog. We hope you’ve enjoyed this knife tour and check back again soon! Oh! And have you checked out the new special? You can see it here. Hope you have a wonderful evening!
Today we have a fantastic group of available knives!
Here are some detail shots to help you get better acquainted with ’em. Enjoy!
A Small Frontier with such a finely-detailed aged finish just needs a close-up!
And here’s a shot of the hammer-forged Pocket Pal in its own Kydex sheath!
Then we have this super-cool unique piece: Shadow Rock!
Shadow Rock has some really sweet details…rugged hammer marks and filework!
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It’s exciting to release a new lineup of knives on the Available Now page!
Here are some detail pictures, highlighting two of the knives of the day.
First up, if you’ve seen that dramatic, dark ironwood handle belonging to a handsome Woodsman Nessmuk, well, now you can see the reverse side! The two sides vary greatly in character, but they combine to create a stunning addition to this knife!
Moving on, we also have some details involving the one-of-its-kind knife called Wildlands. This hammer-forged beauty just feels at home in the hand.
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If you have a dream knife that you’d like to discuss with Lucas, please direct your inquiry to email@example.com, or take a look at some of the tried-and-true models that are on this website! Hope you have a wonderful day!
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve had a great week!
Today’s post focuses on one of the knives that are available now…this deluxe Large Frontier!
From the aged blade to the fancy walnut handle, this knife is a classic!
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It’s that time again! Time to share some detail pictures…
First off, we have this striking Sears Nessmuk knife with its curly maple handle. Below, you can see the reverse of the handle, with its great character!
Here we also find the Jack Pine Special, with its dark ironwood handle.
Please feel free to check out the other knives that are currently available!
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It’s exciting to show you some detail pictures from this week’s lineup of available knives!
First up, here’s the Whitetail!
Next, here’s that bush knife…
…with the micarta and coffeebag combination handle…
…and the Scandi grind on this high carbon blade!
And last, but certainly not least, we have a couple detail pictures of this snazzy curly maple Large Frontier! Here’s the reverse side, with so much character!
And here’s a close-up of the blade with aged and hammer-forged finishes.
Hope you have an amazing day out there! Thank you for visiting the Lucas Forge blog!
Every Lucas Forge knife goes to its new owner with a custom made leather sheath, crafted here in our Alabama shop.
We cut the leather. Trim it. Dye it. Mold it. Glue it. Form the welt strip. Punch the stitch holes. Oil it. Stitch it. Bevel the edges. Dye the edges. Apply final finish. Do a final quality check for fit. Then the sheath is hand signed.
Every sheath is made to fit properly with its knife. We want a snug fit. Nothing else will do.
The finest ingredients go into these sheaths. We choose USA-tanned leather, bark-tanned Herman Oak leather being our material of choice, and heavy weight nylon thread for the hand stitching (which is a subject all its own!). You’re getting a tough sheath put together to last you a long time.
Most of these leather sheaths are made of just two pieces of leather and much thought goes into the shape and design of those two leather pieces.
We hope you’ve enjoyed a glimpse into the background of the sheath that you get with your knife. Custom options are available for your sheath, too! Check out the Trekker sheath, which is available as an addition to your custom knife! Snap sheaths are also available with some models, such as the Classic Hunter.
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There are knives available!
This photo shows a close-up view of a hammer forged blade, belonging to the belt knife that’s available. This is art made to work!
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It’s exciting to showcase one of the newest custom options in handle materials from Lucas Forge! Does anyone have a guess at what it is?
Well, if you’ve been following the action here, you might know…this cool handle is, in actuality, a phenolic made with genuine coffee bean bags!
The result is remarkable! Natural, and each is truly one-of-a-kind.
Here’s another example, which, again, shows the weave of these upcycled coffeebags. The material makes for a three-dimensional, very unique handle choice!
Just for fun and interest, here are some pictures of a sheet of this coffeebag phenolic (kind of like micarta) before it is turned into handsome knife handles. These bags have probably been well-traveled!
Some of the printing becomes unique dark accents in a handle.
And yes, apparently some of the cargo was even organic coffee beans!
Thank you for joining us for a “material spotlight” post! If you have a material you’d like to see showcased, please drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like information about the options that are available with a custom knife, please visit the Custom Options page. Have a wonderful day!