I'm curious. I saw that many of the knives that you make are cladded.
Do you make un-cladded carbon steel kitchen knives? What steels do you use? And, MOST importantly, do you have any pictures of any un-cladded carbon steel kitchen knives that you've made before?
"Don't you know who he is?"
Still looking forward to more info from Bill on his favourite knives, some more info what to come and some wip of the sheers
My favorite knife. That is a tuff one but here is one that I wish I would have kept.
A wrought iron and 52100 yanagi
a few carbon steel knives these are the first kichen knives that I made 2002.
yope you like em. I'll post more later
Thanks Oivind, That one is a nice little slicer.
here are a few more.
this little knife has it's roots at Hoss's
52100 and Iron wood.
more 52100 and Iron wood.
52100 416 and Iron wood
Another early one 52100 integral and black wood.
52100 twisted mokume and twisted cocobolo.
52100, 416 with sheephorn.
52100 paring knife.
bill....on the small damascus one -is that musk ox on the handle?....or sheep horn?......also is that your test dagger?......ryan
Hi Ryan, yep Musk Ox, Yep test dagger.
Work with Hoss?
Something Ive missed?