Stag Handled Fixed Blade

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Price: $395.00 Sale Price: $150.00
This fixed blade from Kelly Dallyn features a satin finish clip point blade with partially sharpened swedge and fileworked spine. The handle is comprised of a steel guard with brass and copper inlay to create a "Union Jack" image. Filework around the guard and stag handle over hidden tang construction. Stainless steel pommel with copper and brass inlay. Scuffs and staining on blade, knife has been resharpened. Includes padded and zippered case.
Product Details
  • Blade Length
  • Overall Length
  • Closed Length
  • Weight (oz)
  • Source
    Previously Owned
Additional Specs
  • Knife Type
    Camp Knife, Hidden Tang
  • Blade Material
  • Blade Details
    Clip Point
  • Handle Material
    Horn & Antler, Metallic
Dallyn, Kelly
I would like to say that I can remember all the knives that I have had in my life time, but I don't. I grew up on a farm in North Eastern Alberta cutting twine, willow, packaging and whatever else that needed cutting on the farm. I always had a knife but they were never of a great quality. The first real knife that I remember was a Buck knock off from China with the brass integral handle, I used it for hunting and daily chores, but it was never a knife that held an edge very long. I think that the main reason that I started to make knives is what I call the three ""N's"". Necessity ? the need for a good knife No money ? good knives are more costly and as an apprentice machinist and millwright money was tight And the biggest reason I started to make knives is that they are: Neat ? the challenge of making a knife is something that I couldn't pass up My knife making adventures began 12 or so years ago and I presently make knives from all types of steel. I forge the knives from carbon steel, or I will make Damascus billets and then produce the knife from the billet. My Damascus building became when I met a man by the name of Bill Fiorini at the college I was teaching at in Calgary. I spent the next two summers visiting his shop in Minnesota and building steel in the morning and knives in the afternoon. I also will make knives from stainless and using the stock removal method. I have spent time in a few makers shops, asking questions and watching their methods. At the beginning of my knife career I spent time with Emile Burcharsky and recently I have been spending quite a bit of time with Thomas Haslinger.
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Stag Handled Fixed Blade