All of these knives are older knives that have not sold for some reason or
another. With the exception of the finger fitted Iron wood handled upswept
skinning/camp knife. It is a commissioned job for a guy in Mexico. They
are all out of ATS 34. I had them commercially heat treated. They do
better on the stainless than I can.
The Scagel looking knife has Amboina/Ironwood and old Muledeer butt piece.
The smaller bladed knife with the file work is stag.
The segmented knife has Blackwood, Amboina, Ebony, with a blade that is
about 5/8" wide and 4 1/2" long. It has about the same blade as the stag