From my shop in the mountains of North IdahoCompletely handcrafted from lumber mill circular saw steel.Steel is reground, heat treated, tempered to make a excellant and nice looking user knife.Made with a finger groove to "choke up on the blade"The convex edge is easy to sharpen with the strop provided.Handle is made from graphite canvas micarta with red accents and copper. Excellant grip when wet. 8.25 inches long. Cutting edge is 3.5 inchesMakes a super gift for just about any outdoors type person.See more sharp things on my site at CTKNIVES.COM -Handcrafted from North Idaho.Includes handsewn and wet molded leather sheath.Free shipping in the U.S. I will ship out of the U.S. Please contact me with any questions. CCusomer comments:Dear Cary,I wanted to send you a short note and commend you on the quality of your knives.I have been in the big game outfitting business for 30 plus years and have tried and discarded many kinds of different knives, both handmade and mass produced. I can proudly and happily say no maker compares to yours for usability, handling , edge construction and just all around good workability. My favorite knife is the “ Top Drawer Hunter/Skinner” with the canvas micarta handle. The handle is unique in that when it becomes soiled with blood or water it continues to be able to grip.My sons, who guide for me, love the smaller “Utility /Hunter” with the canvas micarta handle.I can not brag enough about the way they hold an edge. Most knives require several sharpening to complete the task of skinning and dressing an elk. I have had the pleasure of doing an entire elk without sharpening and an entire moose without sharpening.Great job on the knives and thanks again. Bat MastersonCoeur d ’Alene Outfitters LLCN.25201 McCoy RoadAthol, ID 83801208-661-2590www.batmastersonhorses.comCary, “Thanks For Making Fabulous Knives !” Bruce and Eric Bromberg—Blue Ribbon Restaurants, New York Hi Cary—I hope your wife enjoys our book. Please use our endorsement of your knives on your website and anywhere else you choose. Also, I hope you like the photo on page 94. That was taken in my kitchen with the favorite knife in my vast personal collection, Thanks, EricNote: Eric sent me a copy of their recent published cookbook ,“Bromberg Bros. BLUE RIBBON COOKBOOK” a wonderful color cookbook of their most-loved dishes. Visit their website at blueribbonrestaurants.com
I do not charge handling fees and I try very hard to keep shipping costs down. I primarily ship 1st mail via the USPS. I have found this method to be least expensive. If you are in a rush to receive your knife please let me know and we can find another method of delivery.
I guarantee you will be happy with your knife or I will refund your money, contact me within 10 days of purchase. My knives are new and they are razor sharp, they may have slight tarnish or scratches. Please ask questions before you buy a knife. All my knives should be used for that which it was intended, a cutting instrument.