Big hunting knife. The assembly of this handle was not an easy task to do, byt the result was worth the effort. Blade is made out of Niolox steel, handle – titanium and elk antler.  Sheath – cattle hide.
Overall length – 31,2 cm.
Blade length -18 cm.
Thickness – 5,2 mm (slightly tapered towards the tip).

Black Rhino

Small hunting knife made out of damascus steel (about 200 layers – ŁH15, O2 and 75Ni8 steels). Handle – ebony wood and 304 stainless steel. Honestly I don’t really like ebony because of its brittleness that may cause problems for me as a knifemaker. This time I was conviced by my Wife to use this wood, she likes it very much because of its undeniable beauty and velvet texture – I coudn’t argue with that!
Overall length – 21,9 cm.
Blade length – 10,7 cm.
Thickness – 3,3 mm.


Big camping knife, my first knife with saw on the spine. Until now I was csceptical about sharp teeth in place where you may ocasionally press the blade with your palm. Although after testing the saw I must say that it doesn’t only look good, it also really nice bites the wood.
The name is after Nandi bear, a mythical (or maybe real) african predator.
Blade steel – 1.2695, handle – wenge wood, red fiber and stainless steel pins.
Overall length – 31 cm.
Blade length – 17,8 cm.
Thickness – 4,8 mm.


Barra II

Big hunting knife. Made out of very wear resistant steel – 1.2695. With 304 stainless steel bolsters, black micarta handle with red vulcanised fiber. Sheath – natural waxed leather.
Overall length – 30,3 cm.
Blade length – 16,8 cm.
Thickness – 4,3 mm.

Bowie in japanese

Large hand forged knife made out of 1085 carbon steel, differentially heat treated, with beautifull natural hammon. The handle is made out of macassar ebony wood, brass and stainless steel. Traditional japanese montage allows  the knife to be disassemled for conservation (after removal of the carbon fiber pin).
Overall length 32,3 cm
Blade length 19,6 cm
Blade thickness 5,7 mm