Classic Knife Design By Robert N. Parker .
I make several styles of hunting knives with different types of steels and handle material, Like a Drop point hunter or a semi Skinner. With a standard length blade from 3-1/4 to 4 in. and Micarta for the handle and a leather sheath, Cost around $800.00 dollars. Stag add another $175.00. Most stabilized wood cost a extra $125.00. Layered abalone or pearl will cost an extra $500.00 Dollars. My basic steel is called CPM-154 It is a powered steel that hold's a real good edge, and polishes out like a mirror. The blades are all heat treated at Paul Bos heat treat in Idaho. The blades are hardened at 1975 degrees with a soak time of 40 min. quenched in argon then froze at 220 Degrees for 6 to 8 hours double tempered at 950 degrees and for 2 hours
each temper final hardness of 59 60 R.C.
My sheath's are hand cut and hand stitched from 8-9 oz Vegetable tanned cow hide, A good heavy quality sheath, Boot clip or belt loop. I personally make all of my knives and sheaths and guarantee the craftsmanship.
Robert N. Parker
NO.1 STAG, DROP POINT HUNTER
3-1/4 in. CPM-154 blade stainless steel guard and handle bolts $975.00
BOLSTERED HUNTER The knife on the left has stainless steel bolsters and handle bolts for more engraving. 3-1/4 in. CPM- 154 blade, Boot style sheath with belt loop. Micarta handle
This is a short clip 4 1/2 CPM-154 blade with no guard and rose wood handles, stainless steel handle bolts leather sheath cost $600.00
NO. 2 Drop point
Hunter Amber stag handle 3-3/4 in. CPM-154 blade, stainless steel guard and Corby style handle bolts. amber stag cost a little more buts ad's that wow look, Comes with a belt loop basket weave sheath. all knives come with a zippered case.
CAPING SET 3 in. CPM-154 blades
Iron wood handles
stainless steel corby handle rivets double sheath with belt loop $1050.00