"My name is Stanley Buzek a knife maker living in Waller, Tx. I have been interested in knives from an early age. My dad gave me my first knife at the age of nine, a small Barlow which I carried for years till I finally sharpened the blade away. My grandmother had a small hand made knife I always admired. It was made by my uncle J.R.Buzek during WW II while stationed aboard an aircraft carrier in the South Pacific. He made the knife from a band saw blade, pieces of Plexiglas from aircraft canopy's and salvaged aluminum. At my grandmothers passing I received this knife and treasure it today. I plan to hand it down to my grandson's along with a few of mine.
I mainly make slip joint pocket knives, liner lock and frame lock folders. My steels of choice are CPM154 for stainless steel and O1 for carbon steel. I use most all handle materials including Stag, Dyed Jigged bone and Fancy Stabilized woods.
My knives have been featured in Blade Magazine, Knife World, Knives Annual."