We’re glad you’re here. Jerry is out in his shop, so I will introduce us.
My husband, Jerry Davis, worked for more than 20 years in Oregon sawmills as a Saw Filer/Benchman and a maker of handcrafted knives. I’m Kathy, his wife of 40-plus years and his biggest fan.
Jerry’s knives generally appeal to hunters, collectors and outdoor enthusiasts. He enjoys displaying at knife and gun shows, at events like traditional archery camps and school benefit shoots, and at other local venues. He also has an online presence on knife selling forums and other social media.
A note from Jerry
I design, grind, and craft my knives in a shop attached to my home with my dog Annie at my side. Here’s a run down of the materials I use.
My preferred blade steel is the stain resistant, high carbon tool steel, D2. I will use A2 tool steel at your request. It is also a high carbon tool steel, but has no stain resistance. Occasionally, I use recycled planer blades.
Handle materials range from natural woods to Micarta, Terratuff, and other synthetics. These can be designed according to individual specifications.
My sheaths are hand stitched and fitted to each knife. They are made with 8-9 oz. vegetable tanned leather, purchased locally in the Willamette Valley.
Prices range from $150 to $475, including shipping in the United States, and we proudly offer a military discount for those serving in our armed forces. If you would like to request the discount or place an order, or if you have a question, send us a note through our Contact page.