Damascus core san mai with copper! Copper infused carbon fiber guard..
Damascus cladding with 1095 core!
This blade is out of damascus made from 1095 and 15n20 steel. The guard is carbon fiber and rhe handle is stabilized wood.
This is my most current WIP. Ring Knife in San Mai with stabilize spalted maple burl handle. The pins are G10 along with the liners
Nice random pattern Damascus slim knife dubbed the tactical steak knife..
Rain drop pattern Damascus with curly oak scales.
Ladder pattern Damascus with stag handle.
This blade is out of San Mai the cladding is from W2 Carbon steel and Pure Nickle, the core is W2 Carbon Steel. The handle material is stabilized burl.
Damascus ring knife finished! Love this curly Oak.
First build with Spencer Aplin stag.
Damascus ring knife
Nice carved up wharnie build!
These are pics of knives during the build process.
My name is Pete Sloan, I live in Medina TN and I've been making knives since 2012. I've always been a collector and wanted to learn the process. I love the creative aspect of the design and build. I started making knives with just a few tools and recycled steel. My style has evolved through the years. In the beginning it was just my take on favorite blade shapes with original handles designs I felt were ergonomic. Now I'd say my style is very fluid, I like for the handle to be comfortable in the hand while aesthetically flowing with the blade. I have two very different builds styles between my full tang and stick tang designs. In full tang I love to build ring knives I find them easy to deploy and very functional to use. For my stick tang builds I like the fighter style blades, but make a ton of different design's. When I first got started there weren't very many specific makers that I followed but as my interest evolved I gravitated to makers whose style I found appealing. The most influential knife maker for me has been Spencer Aplin of STA custom knives who took me in as his student. He and I have been friends for a long time and he helped me to grow in my craft substantially.