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Arizona Custom Knives
Bharucha, Tashi
Bharucha, Tashi

Tashi Bharucha is a French knifemaker known for sleek, modern designs.

Carey, Peter
Carey, Peter

My name is Peter Carey and I've been making custom knives since 1997, specializing in Tactical Folders and Dress Tactical Folders, I also make Fixed Blade Tacticals, Hunters and Utility knives. Current blade steels are CPM154, S35VN, Stainless steel Damascus from various makers and Stellite 6K. I prefer high tech man made handle materials like Carbon Fiber, Titanium, Zirconium and G10. For Dress Tacticals I use Pearl, Mammoth Ivory, Exotic woods and MokuTi or Timascus. All my folders have custom pocket clips designed specifically for each model, also a custom pivot of my design, "The Original Carey Pivot". I make all my knives with my hands using manual machines in my shop from designs I've drawn by hand. I strive to make the best knife I possibly can with the best materials money can buy. Knives are one of man's oldest and most useful tools, I think everyone should own one or two!

Graham Knives, Jon

We are long-time knife enthusiasts based in Cleveland, Tennessee, makers of Everyday Carry (EDC) fixed blade pocket knives. We also make the larger camp, hunting and tactical knives for the outdoor enthusiasts. All steps involved in crafting custom handmade knives - from the design, profiling, grinding, polishing, to the making of its custom sheath - are done in our shop, except for heat treating (which includes cryo quench). Each of our custom handmade knives are heat treated and cryo quenched by Paul Bos, who is considered to be the best in the business. Through our testing, we have come to rely on the use of 440c, 154CM, S30V, but will use any steel requested.

Lambert, Kirby
Lambert, Kirby

I believe that in order to make a superior knife you must use superior materials. That is why I work with top grade, high-tech materials. The steels I generally use in my folders and fixed blades are CPM S30v, CPM 154 CM, BG-42, and Damasteel. The handle materials I mostly use range from G-10, Micarta, and carbon fiber to mother of pearl and fossilized mammoth ivory. I exclusively use 6al/4v titanium for the liners in my folders. I mostly make my bolsters from materials such as 6al/4v titanium, damascus, carbon fiber, Timascus or mokume. When making Japanese style blades I generally use 1050, 1084, or L6. The handles will usually consist of a phenolic handle covered in stingray skin then wrapped with a nylon cord that has been impregnated with resin to give it maximum strength, toughness, and longevity. I am constantly striving for perfection in creating, for what I feel is one of the highest quality knives on the market today. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to let me know.

Marsh, Jeremy
Marsh, Jeremy

People often ask how I got involved in knifemaking. I have always carried a pocket knife, and have always been intrigued and wanted to own a custom made folding knife. I started making rings from titanium for friends and family, and in 2003, my dad came home one day from work with a couple issues of Blade magazine. After a couple days of paging through the magazines, I was on the phone ordering materials for two folding knives. After tearing apart my Benchmade to get the general idea of how these things work, and multiple E-mails to David Broadwell (who took the time to answer every question I had in great detail and who I still owe an extra large 120 oz. half diet half regular big gulp) for pointers, I built my first two knives. These two knives ended up being Christmas gifts. The knives went to my Dad and my Father -in- law. I have been an addict ever since. I live in West Michigan with my wife Jennifer, our daughter Peyton and our dog Petra. I am a third generation Die Maker, a postion I still hold. Jennifer is a Kindergarten teacher and my right hand at knife shows. My little girl is now five years old, and I believe she’s at just about the right age to become my first apprentice. Hobbies of mine incude minibikes, mountain bikes, bmx bikes, skateboards, snowboards, or anything that ends with “board” shooting sports of all kinds, brewing beer and all things fast. Customization of anything truly interests me. Be it cars, bikes,firearms or anything someone takes and changes to make it cool and different. Some of the custom work I see people do truly blows my mind, and inspires me to reach deeper into the ozone of customization.

Mayo, Tom
Mayo, Tom

I have been making hand made knives since late 1981...but my love for knives started when I was a boy. My grandfather was always giving me a pocketknife for Christmas or my birthday and I can still remember the day he gave me a knife that he made from a file when I was about eight. He was the town doctor in Dresden, Tenn. and an avid hunter and fisherman. I have been a shooter since I was very young and make it a practice to go to the range at least once a week. It was only natural that as I grew older I began to collect more and more knives, until one day I picked up a Sports Illustrated with Bob Loveless on the cover. I had been making furniture as a hobby up until that day, but that article started me in another direction, and before long I had spent over $2500 on knife making equipment, without even starting on one knife. I struggled on my own, reading books and gleaning information where I could, buying knife supplies from various people, Glen Hornby in particular. We struck up a friendship over the phone and it wasn't long until he invited me to come visit him at his Glendale, Cal. home and spend some time making knives with him. To make a long story short, we became best of friends and I began to make the trip to California for a knife show or two every year until his tragic death on Sept 1, 1995. I will always miss him, he was a great knife maker and an even better friend. Through Glen's influence I began to develop a style that I would best describe as a direct copy of Mr. Loveless, but as the years went by I slowly fell in love with the older traditional type of knife that the Randall family makes, especially the clip point and trailing point. Today, I feel that my knives have a style all their own, but I have borrowed a lot from both of these pioneers in the knife making movement. My goal is to make an exceptionally high performance tool that is on par with the best knife makers in the country. I guarantee my work. If you have a problem we will solve it. One thing I can not guarantee is natural materials...they sometimes go where they will, especially if you live in Arizona and I live in Hawaii. I will do my best, that is my guarantee.

McGinnis, Gerry
McGinnis, Gerry

I began making knives in the fall of 2004 due to the want for a better hunting knife. I started slow, with files and sandpaper, heat treating with a torch, and just making fixed blades. Eventually I got real tools and a grinder and learned how to use it, and Alan Folts taught me how to make my first linerlock. Soon after I got into folders, I took a liking to flippers and began to teach myself how to make them. I got to the point where they worked well, but weren't as fast as some other makers'. In 2006 I met Lee Williams and Matt Cucchiara, and they taught me how to do internal stops and perfect the detents of my knives. Since then it's been smooth sailing. Today, the majority of my knives are flippers, and I prefer them over all other types of folders for their ease of opening and their functionality allows me to express my creativity in new and interesting ways.When I'm not making knives I'm a student at North Carolina State University and an active hunter, shooter and fisherman.

Microtech Knives
Microtech Knives

Beginning in 1994, out of an apartment and later a storage shed in Vero Beach, Florida, Microtech Knives was created. More than 20 years later, now headquartered in Western North Carolina, Microtech Knives operates with that same mission at the forefront of everything we do. Throughout the evolution of growth and change, our goal is to maintain the highest standards of quality possible. Microtech utilizes exclusively American-Made manufacturing, materials and labor. Every component we use is developed within the United States and more than 95% of all our components are manufactured in-house, by us directly. Because we use only the best quality materials, and to ensure our commitment to excellence, every Microtech knife is backed by our Lifetime Warranty. Every knife produced in our facility is sharpened by hand. Rigorous testing, research and development ensure that we meet impeccably close tolerances and extremely high standards of quality. We aim to continuously evolve and push the boundaries of expectation, delivering products that set the standard for precision cutlery. From all of us at the Microtech family, we thank each of our customers, as well as those who serve us and our country through the United States military, law enforcement and first responder services. Designed for exactly that reason, our Service Personnel Program aims to provide the best possible tools to those who rely on them the most. It’s because of your commitment to uncompromising quality that we are able to pursue our mission of creating the world’s best cutting tools.

Mosier, David
Mosier, David

I started collecting knives when I was 10 years old and become involved in martial arts when I was 12. As an Army MP my interest in tactical and self-defense weapons was spurred on even further. Until 1996 all my purchases were production pieces, but that year I acquired my first custom knife and fell in love with the feel, size and edge holding ability. I decided then that I would learn to make knives myself. It has taken a lot of study, trial and error, and a few disappointments, and the learning process is on-going, but I am now proud of the knives I make and I am confident that they will serve you, the customer, to your utmost satisfaction. My passion is tactical type knives and most of my knives are built to be carried and used on a daily basis, so I try to incorporate a size and functionality that applies accordingly. All my knives are made without using CNC equipment or laser blanking. I do all my own blanking, sheath making, heat treating and cryo freezing. I currently use S30V, ATS-34, 154CM and D2 steels.

Steel Flame
Steel Flame

Derrick Obatake born and raised in East Los Angeles and has been designing and making jewelry for over 35 years. At an early age he was taught to be a machinist by his father. He is a Graduate Gemologist from GIA and has had formal training in traditional jewelry arts, Diamond setting, model making, casting, finishing and fabrication. He has extensive experience in Die striking, and 3D CAD design. I like to blend old school craftsmanship with new age technology to create an out of the box style that is hopefully refreshing and empowering. The parent company of Steel Flame®, Elements has been in business for over 17 years. Elements has sold custom product through over 500 retailers nationally and has been an approved drop ship vendor for corporations like Nordstrom, Disney, Warner Bros, Amway and Lands End. We take pride in building everything here in the United States using quality materials from US suppliers.

Tendick, Ben
Tendick, Ben

My name is Ben Tendick, and I am BRT Bladeworks. I am located in beautiful Eugene Oregon. I was born and raised in the area, and really enjoy all it has to offer. I have 3 kids and a beautiful wife, I love being able to work and watch them grow up at the same time. I am a full time knifemaker, making custom/handmade knives in many styles. I started making knives back in October of 2010. My knives are hand made and I currently have a wait time of around 2-4 months. Most of my work is 100% sole authorship. From blades, to handles, sheaths, and heat treat I do it all. On certain projects, such as Tomahawks and other difficult to cut parts, I will have a local waterjet company cut the profile of the blades for me. This saves time and as such I can pass the time savings on to the customer. Thanks for supporting BRT Bladeworks, I couldn't do it without you!!

Tuff Knives

I am a 28 year old knife nut who loves making plane old boring production knives into colorful works of art. I am located in Penndel, PA.I spend most of my time surrounded by sharp things. Knives are a passion of mine and it is a dream to make my own knives in the near future.

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