Walker Hollow Knives

Handmade knives and Arrowheads


January 2018


I usually do tomahawks for 120-180 each depending on what all goes into them and how intricate they need to be. These where a pair with matching daggers



Brass pinned black micarta handle. White spacers. 1095 high carbon steel.


Drop Point Hunter

Stainless steel drop point hunter with sheath.
440C stainless drop point blade.
Brass pinned black linen micarta handle.
Heavy saddle grain leather sheath.
This knife is really thin and has a nice feel in the hand. This is my favorite handle material. Love the look and it is really easy to maintain a grip even when it’s wet. 14095821_1280956395310282_7929807514878045424_n


Ringer. 1095 HC swept blade. Brass pinned black linen micarta handle. I added a lanyard loop and this knife is larger than the previous design.



Walker holler Skinner. Made from reclaimed Hi carbon saw blade steel. Osage orange and whitetail antler handle. Has red and white spacers and brass pins.



New ringer completed. This one is 2 inches longer than the original design. O1 steel. Brass pinned australian lacewood for handle scales. Integral lanyard loop with Paracord lanyard. Made a heavy leather crossdraw sheath or can be carried on a hunting pack strap.


Camp Knife

Camp knife. 1095 carbon. Black and gray G-10 handle. Brass pins. Flat ground blade with convex edge.


Just wrapped up a hunter headed for Montana this week after I get some engraving and leather work done. Clip point hunter out of W2 tool steel. Leather and elk handle. Brass guard and pin. Fits the hand very well!


Walker creek Bowie just finished up. O1 tool steel, hammered steel guard, whitetail stag handle with a brass pinned.

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