Folding Knife Making Kit
In The Box
- Folding Knife Assembly
- Linen Micarta Handle Scales
- Man Crates Folding Knife Making Guide
- File & Rasp Set
- Variable Grit Sandpaper Set
- 3" Bench Vise
- T6 & T8 Torx Wrench Set
NOTE: Folding Knife Making Kit does not ship in a crate.
How It Ships
- Orders placed by noon PST will ship out same day
- Choose your delivery date at checkout
The Sharp Side Of Subtlety
Most men aren't going full Crocodile Dundee, strutting around town brandishing a 16" bowie knife and screaming "That's not a knife! This is a knife!" at anything remotely pointy-looking. That social production of masculinity is a bit much even by our standards--unless you're Australian, in which case... good onya, mate!
There's a case to be made for subtlety, and routinely carrying a folding knife is the perfect balance of convenience, preparation, and discretion. And the only thing more reassuring than having a trusty folding knife clipped to the hip is knowing exactly how that knife came to be.
Cold As Steel
Assembling the skeleton of a folding knife is just like putting together IKEA furniture, except it's extremely tiny, won't break after two months, and will draw blood if done recklessly. This knife is constructed from many tiny parts, the majority of which are too small to be choking hazards, so swallow away.
This AUS 8 Drop Point Blade is made of heat-treated and sub-zero quenched stainless steel and boasts an incredible temper and hardness of 57-58 HRC. The knife's thumb studs and liner lock make it easy to open and difficult to accidentally cut fingers off.
Tough As Linen
For exceptional presentation and durability, we've selected Linen Micarta handle scales made from layers of hardened resin linen. Think fashion-forward, fossilized mummy wrap meets intricate wood grain pattern, then pick your jaw up from off the ground.
We've also included a portable bench vise, file, and rasp set, sandpaper, and Torx wrenches for assembling and shaping the knife handles to its perfect, palm-fitting specifications, as well as an instruction booklet to make sure the knife gets assembled pointy end out.
The Folding Knife Project Kit gives the equipment, expertise, and unforgettable experience of assembling and shaping a trusty and true folding knife.
Aug 14th 2018
Cool birthday gift!
My wife bought this knife kit for my birthday. I'm always making stuff (woodturning, pens, jewelry, etc), so she knew I would like a project.
It turned out very nice. Of course, being a woodworker I had to make my own custom scales from purple heart wood.
I would suggest you include a couple extra screws in each kit, just in case any are lost. They are quite small. I didn't have that issue, but I can imagine it being a heartbreaking experience!
Overall, this is a great idea for men who are hard to buy for.
Aug 9th 2018
Sons Birthday Gift
Got this knife kit for my son on his Birthday, tried at Christmas but sold out. He is a crafty sort of guy,a and collects knives, so he loved it, as I knew he would. Only took him a week or so to make, he said it had great intructions, easy to follow. The only possible complaint he had was something about the screws on the vice loosening, or breaking. His comment on that is that it was a great kit, seems like they could have put out for a more quality vice. Other than that, he loved it, and his hand made knife is quite special to him, as is Mom, because she thought of it.:) Lol, now my hubby wants ro try it, his birthday is coming up soon.
Jun 19th 2018
This gift was very well received
Wow, sent this to dad for Father's Day, and he absolutely loved it, even more than I expected . Yes it's pricey for one knife, but it also includes the tools, and sometimes you're paying for the experience as much as the tangible items... My dad enjoyed it so much--and for everything he has done for me and my family, the cost of this gift was well worth it. It was the least I could do.
Jun 18th 2018
My boyfriend is incredibly hard to shop for, if he wants something he just buys it.... so that makes it very hard to get him something he wants that he doesn’t already have. He absolutely loved it and loved the quality of everything!
Mar 23rd 2018
Great knife worth every penny
I received this knife as a Christmas present. I waited a few weeks before I had time to work on shaping the handle. The liner, screws, pivot guides, blade stop stud, and blade were easy to put together. So easy it took maybe 5-10 minutes. I did not use the supplied handle material, instead I used some left over quilted maple scraps from a wood working project. After getting the handles cut to the proper size I spent a couple of hours turning the wood to fit my hand comfortably. I am blown away by the quality of the knife blade. I have a Zero Tolerance with and Elmax Stainless Steel blade. This blade gets just as sharp and stays just as sharp for longer. I would recommend this knife to anyone looking to get a great pocket knife. Only con against this knife is that the thumb stud tends to loosen with repeated use. Might have been a better decision to include the ability to press fit the thumb studs or include blue lock tight.