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Home Products Fillet Knife

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Fillet Knife

by Bray, Lowell

SKU 1014565

Date Added 07/15/2020

# Available 1

Price $180.00

Overview

This Fillet Knife by Lowell Bray features a hand rubbed satin finish blade, .087" blade stock, .86" blade depth. Full tang construction with contoured micarta handle and mosaic pins. Very comfortable in hand and contours provide a grip that would hold in wet conditions. The knife shows some minor signs or light use. Light scuffs and scratches are visible on the blade. Includes leather sheath with belt loop. 6.25" Blade 11" Overall 4.8675" Handle

Product Details

Blade Length 6.25

Overall Length 11

Closed Length 4.8675

Weight (oz) 6.3

Source Previously owned

Additional Specs

Knife Type Full Tang, Has Sheath

Blade Details Drop Point, Upswept/Trailing

Handle Material Micarta

About the Maker

Bray, Lowell
Bray, Lowell

I have been a knife user and collector since before I was really old enough to be either, and in the 1980's, I began to write about knives and knife related subjects for Blade magazine and Knife World. I continue writing today as a field editor for Blade and writer of its Your Knife Rights column and occasional contributor to Knife World.In 1990, I started making knives as a hobby. The first knives were made by the stock removal method, and I soon made my first forge and began to forge blades and attempt to make Damascus. Over the intervening years I have been fortunate enough to take classes at the American Bladesmith Society School and at John C. Campbell Folk School. In addition a number of generous knifemakers have allowed me into their shops to learn, observe, and work.Today I am a part time professional custom knifemaker. I am a Voting Member of the Knifemakers Guild, a Journeyman Smith in the American Bladesmith Society, and a voting member of Florida Knifemakers Association. Although I have made some folding knives, I primarily make fixed blade knives of almost every style. For steel, I use either 440-C or ATS-34 for stock removal blades and 52100, or Damascus for forged blades. The Damascus is of my own manufacture. I also occasionally make primitive knives from farrier?s rasps.I do sometimes make knives of a style I have previously developed, but I do not have standard models. Each knife is, in some way, unique, and many are truly one-of-a-kind pieces. I am always looking for new projects and will take a special commission if I feel it is something I can do to both my and the purchaser's satisfaction. I usually have some knives on hand, and I attend the Knifemakers Guild Show each year.

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