About Our Blades

Ready for Business

Our blades are burly, sharp and durable. They are made for use, not for show.

Born in the USA

We make everything in our shop in Missoula, Montana with all US-sourced materials. Steel, aluminum, Kydex, even the grommets on our sheaths, are American-made.

Made as Ordered

We usually have a backlog of orders with wait-time ranging from 4-8 weeks.

Worldwide Delivery

Yes, we ship internationally. We have a ton of customers in Australia, Canada, and all over Europe.

Latest News

Christmas Order Deadline Approaches!

As of November 12, we are fast approaching the point at which we can no longer make blades for Christmas delivery. So get those orders in within the next few days if you want some steely joy in Whoville. As an alternative to steel under the tree, you can opt for some very valuable paper…

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Reaper 2014 is retiring

People do fear the Reaper, so it seems. With that in mind, we’d like to announce the retirement of the Reaper 2014(shown here in satin finish). The Reaper 2014 will be available through the end of May.

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Knives Illustrated Features Our New Apokatana

“All around perfection.” Damn. That’s how Knives Illustrated summarized their 7-page love letter to our new Apokatana in the December 2017 issue. The writer loved the weight and balance on the blade, and he had nothing but good things to say about the fit and finish. The reception from our customers to both the new…

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So I had this dream last night. Scientists discovered that doughnuts are naturally occurring phenomena. Under the right circumstances, doughnuts will exist in any environment. The size, shape, & flavor of the doughnut is determined by its element's position on the periodic table. For example: the standard ringed cake doughnut is a result of the element beryllium, and molybdenum will produce various barred doughnuts. The glaze of a doughnut is determined by an element's isotopic value and can be calculated and predicted. By simply adding or removing neutrons from the nucleus of an atom, we can manipulate the outward flavor of our doughnut. A terrifying consequence of this discovery was the unintentional creation of a dangerously unstable bacon-maple bar. The likes of which contains the destructive force of every bomb ever constructed...combined. Though the research was kept secret, several warring nations have begun experimenting with weaponized crullers, dirty jelly-fills, & worse... pastries of ultimate mass destruction. Rob, Zombie Tools
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