Sort of anyway.
Lord willing, I will be done with my current backlog of orders sometime in 2015 or 2016. At that time I will again start fulfilling orders, although I can’t give any real estimate of wait time.
This will link will take you to the 30 page catalog where you can download or view it in you browser. To download, go to the upper right of the screen, you will see a rectangle with a downward facing arrow. Click that icon and your download will begin. If you have a slow connection it will take a while unfortunately but once you have it you can print it out and you always have it for reference. It's worth the download I think since it has vital information on how to order and what is available. Please email me if you have any questions.
This second link is here in case the first link is down and not working. Give it a try if the first one fails.
Check this link to see where you are on the wait list and the contact list.
If you'd like to be notified when I have a knife available to sell or for any updates to the site, just sign up for a free membership. You'll get an annoying email every once in a while from me telling you what's new with the site.
Don't forget to click on the blog section for full descriptions of all the knife models available. There's some neat info there like approximate sizes, options, influence etc.
Check it out on the left or click Here.
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If you'd like up to the minute info on my knives and want to talk with other knife and outdoor nuts then check out my forum here. You'll have to register for a free (no strings attached) membership in order to view the sub forum.
Specialize in: bushcraft knives, combat knives and hunting knives
Steel used: o-1 tool steel, 5160
Grind types: Convex
Heat treat: All knives are heat treated in house by me using a temperature controlled kiln.
Please see the "reviews and tests" section above, I find that showing is better than telling so I'll let the videos and pictures speak for themselves.
This is a short video showing how I make my knives. Hope you enjoy it.