Tag: texas made

Two New Folder Designs

Sheepdog Here is the first new frame lock design. I’m calling it the Sheepdog since it has that distinctive sheepsfoot style blade. It is definitely on the large side for being a folding knife, but that’s ok. Some of you guys really like a hefty big folding knife that means business. Well, I’m here to […]

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Texan Design

New Design – Texan fixed blade

Well I decided to go ahead and let everyone know about my newest fixed blade design. I call it the Texan. It’s got a very comfortable handle design, even when changing from the larger 9 1/2 inch version to the 8 inch EDC size. Both sizes fit nicely in the hand. I also changed the […]

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New Design

New Knife Design Here is a new knife design I drew up recently. I’ve already decided to go with the Cape as a new design as you can see below. The Cape This is the caping knife design. This knife will be good for caping/skinning or just your everyday carry option. It’s not too big […]

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Rival Prototype

Rival Friction Folder Prototype This little guy is starting to come along now. Profiling the little blade has been a bit of a challenge. It isn’t easy to hold it at all, mostly due to it heats up super quick on the 2×72. I don’t mind the challenge. I’m actually loving the not knowing part […]

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TritonV2-2 Friction Folder

Friction Folder Design – Triton V2

New Triton Design Well a while back I drew up a friction folder design. It looked ok, but I just couldn’t get with the way the design looked. So, I completely started over on it. This is version 2 of this design. I’m close to taking it to prototype I think. Some input in the […]

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