This is the first one of these my partner and I have made.
1095, scandi grind, 2-3/4" edge, 6-1/4" overall, brown canvas micarta handle
Its called Muninn.
i like it
That is a really knice little knife you made there. Reminds me of all the little skeleton knives that seem to be all the rage these days, except you put scales on it. It looks much better!
how'd you do the maker's mark?
Scandi on both sides or single Scandi ?
Clean, simple, and useful! I love it
I like the knife - simple, compact, clean, cool, looks useful and practical.
I dislike the scabbard. Kydex may be great stuff but that design is gross (as in, large). It appears inappropriately large compared to the relatively compact knife. The LARGE rivets accentuate the paddle's large size.
Overall, a very nice item.
Thanks a lot guys. Valid point Still_learning. There is room for improvement on the sheath and we will look to cut some fat off it.
charliedontsurf - It has a 12 degree scandi grind on both sides.
wesmerc - We used a custom made steel stamp and pounded it in before heat treat. If your looking for a good custom stamp, check out http://www.harpermfg.com/hm_steelstamps.html
I can't recommend them enough.
We are Ragnarok. More will come from us in the future.
Nice knife, clean and elegant. The sheath is massive, perhaps try trimming away the excess flange material you have about the outside to trim it up a bit?
Nice looking utilitarian knife design. Named after a raven, hell, you got the whole package there.