TestimonialsI just received my beautiful Lucas Forge Stubby Kephart knife and sheath. I am extremely satisfied with its craftsmanship. I am so glad to see that such craftsmen still exist today and I am looking forward to many years of enjoying and bragging on this beautiful knife. Thanks again.
Got home this evening and my knife was in the mail...don't know what to say; "OUTSTANDING !!!!!" Absolutely love it - can't wait to hit the timber for some hunting and dirt time with it. The sheath is great too. I have a small belt possibles bag that I carry and the color is a uncanny match. Once again, I really appreciate your work.
- I got my knife and all I can say is awesome. I can't wait to use it on my next hunting trip. The balance and feel of this knife is perfect. And the handle is beautiful. I will definitely order more knives from you. Can't wait to start creating memories with this one.
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We’re working on putting more past work, such as this fine custom piece, on a new page that can be seen here. Thank you so much for stopping by the blog today!
Custom knife set features aged finishes and curly maple handles. Thanks for visiting!
The Packer model is full of versatility and just plain practicality. It is of a very useful size…compact enough to carry daily and large enough to do most cutting jobs with ease. Custom Packers are so varied, and each so … Continue reading
This Elk River Hunter looks right at home with wild, high-contrast ironwood handle. It’s reminiscent of a desert sunset, is it not? Thank you for visiting the blog!
When looking for groomsmen gifts for his upcoming wedding, this groom decided to go with matching knives from Lucas Forge! Here they are: the completed set of nine knives. There are eight Packers and one September Special – all with classic … Continue reading
Simply stunning. This bold knife is a customized Kephart with an African blackwood handle, aged blade finish, and is also a little special without lanyard hole. Whoa! The Kephart style really goes with this handle matching…don’t you think? It seems that the “dog … Continue reading