Cleaver

A cleaver style knife may vary slightly in its shape but usually resembles a rectangular-bladed hatchet. It is mostly used in food prep as a kitchen or butcher knife. Most

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Homesteader

This knife style is what I call my “Homesteader”. A few year ago I was asked to design a small/medium size knife that would be an all around user blade.

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Kephart and Rustic Tools

Scott C. sent these really cool pictures of some old rustic looking tools and his CJ Knives Kephart with black walnut scales. Thanks Scott and I’m looking forward to seeing

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Nessmuk Skinning Jungle Gray Brocket Deer

Customer Jordie Gene sent these pics to me of him using a little CJ Knives Nessmuk to skin this jungle gray Brocket deer! Jordie is the owner and guide of

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Mini & Micro Knives

Mini and micro knives are “fun size” knives. They make nice little fixed blade pocket carry knives or neck knives. I wear one of my little mini knives around my

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Harpoon Point Style Knives

Harpoon point (or spear point) knives are a style of knife with a “ramp” for your thumb or fore finger. The purpose is to give you finer control on the

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Bowie Style Knives

The classic Bowie knife was named after James (Jim) Bowie. Legend has it that Jim received the knife from creator James Black. The knife became legend, worn on Jim’s side,

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Gut Hook Style Knives

A gut hook knife can actually be any one of various style blades with one thing in common – the gut hook on the spine toward the point. The gut

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Nessmuk Style Knives

The Nessmuk knife was named after George Washington Sears (who was known by the pen name of Nessmuk after a Native American childhood friend). He was a writer for Forest

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Drop Point Style Knives

Drop point is a style of knife blade where the spine “drops” or slopes in an arc downward from the handle of the knife to the tip of the blade.

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