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Pocket Bushcrafter

The pocket bushcrafter is a 3” blade that is very tall. I wanted a knife I could carry with me on a daily basis without having a knife that is 9” long.  This sweet little blade that can do some of the tasks that you would traditionally use a much bigger knife for.  This is one of the knives I carry everyday.

Handle Design

First and foremost, I designed the handles of my bushcraft knives to be extremely comfortable in your hand.  This is a three finger knife.  When making fuzz sticks or whittling, your hands will not be as fatigued as it would be with non contoured knives.


Filework is a design that is cut into the spine of the knife and filled in with epoxy.  This does not effect the performance of the knife, but is a very unique design element you don’t see on most knives.

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Around the Grinder – November 2017

What has been going on in the shop this past months? It has been a crazy few months at KHDaily Knives. I feel badly that these blogs were one of the things that just had to get cut out with all that was going on. Hopefully, I can keep up with it going forward. The […]

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Around the Grinder – May, 2017

What has been going on in the shop this past month? This past month I have been finishing up a couple of knives for special people I know. One is going to be going on an elk hunt with some of his family and another for his father. For the elk hunt, he wanted a […]

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Around the Grinder – April, 2017

What is Around the Grinder? Around the grinder is a type of blog post that I talk about what happened during the month.  It will be some knife making stuff, some stuff about life, and other miscellaneous things. There was a lot of cool things that happened this month.  This month started off with not much […]

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