Here is a 4 1/4 inch blade with 512 layer Damascus. The scales are Pin Oak. This knife weighs in at 7.5 ounces IN THE SHEATH!
This is a 4 1/4 inch blade that Bob forged with 60 layers of 1095 and 15n20. The scales are Curly Elm.
512 layers of 5160, 15n20 and 1095 with a Black Ash Burl handle.
This is a 4 inch blade of 52100 (a ball bearing steel). The scales are fiddleback Maple with a purple stain.
Bob forged this knife from 1095. This is a great EDC or can be used as a small Hunter. The scales are Oak and carry Bob’s three color stain.
At 4 inches, this knife is still light enough to carry it every day. The blade has been forged from 1095 and carries Rosewood scales.
This is a 3 inch blade of 1095 steel with Bamboo scales.
Forged in 1095 steel, this is a really light clip point with Lionwood scales.
This is one that I wouldn't mind keeping for myself. The blade in just over 4 inches of 52100 steel. The scales are Oak with silver wire inlay.
This knife is 4 inches of 1095 with Lionwood scales.
I have one of Bob's 3 inch 1095 blades for myself. This one carries Lionwood scales.
Similar to the other EDC knives, this one carries Oak scales with Bob's three color stain.