There is a local knifemaker in Texas I bought the knife from. His name is Bruce Addison of nueces river knives. He was super nice, and had a large collection for me to sift through. The one I have is a bit larger than the one he has for sale on his website. If you send him the picture of mine, I'm sure he could reproduce it. He called it the nacadoches. I loved it the first time I saw it. It looks very sturdy and rugged. Perfect outdoors knife. Blade is satin finished and cleans up well. Almost has a nesmuck style to it. It has some filing to the spine and just has a great camp knife look to it. He makes some great little no frills knives meant for hard use. Check him out if you got time.
He also makes great sheaths for them as well, but I made the one in the picture. I wanted a bushcraft looking horizontal sheath. The pouch holds 3 thin diamond sharpening stones (coarse, medium, fine). I also made the Norse hawk sheath as well. I'm fairly new to leather making, and plan on doing more. That knife sheath was my first attempt at leather making! I've learned a little bit since then and plan on doing another. Oh and I do not take credit for the sheath design. It's idea came from hedgehog leatherworks, who make amazing leather sheaths. I just made my own to save myself some money.