I turned a useless old rusty lawn mower blade into a tool that could be used for many years to come. A few weeks after I made that first knife I found the "shoptalk" section of this forum and had a few questions to ask. Andy Roy saw that post and told me about the Georgia Custom Knifemakers Guild and invited me to the next meeting. I went to the meeting and was amazed at the craftsmanship by all of the incredible makers in Georgia. After that I was hooked! The meeting was at Scott Davidson's shop and Scott told me that I was welcome to come to his shop to learn how to make knives. Well I took Scott up on that offer and ended up going to his shop once a week for close to a year. By that time I had acquired some of my own equipment and could make knives at home. Scott taught me almost everything I know about knife making, and I am forever grateful to him for that. There is absolutely no way I could have learned the craft this quickly without a mentor. I have also been very fortunate to get advice from some of the other guild members like Andy Roy. Making knives is not my full-time job but it is my full-time passion!
I offer a satisfaction guarantee on all of my knives. If you don't like the knife you buy from me send it back in unused condition. I also guarantee my knives for life from any defects caused by me. I can not cover natural materials from shrinking or cracking. I also do not cover defects caused by improper use of a knife i.e. using a knife as a screwdriver, pry bar, hammer, or anything other than it's intended use which is to cut. Replacements are up to my discretion.
Feel free to contact me at [email protected], here on the forum, or call/txt 706.247.1369.
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I also want to give a huge thank you to all of my supporters without you guys I could not keep doing what I love.