Get an inside look at how Fiddleback Forge Knives are made, what makes them unique, and what exactly makes a Fiddleback Forge knife stand out among others in the outdoor knife industry.
We go behind the scenes while the crew is making knives in the Fiddleback Forge shop while Andy Roy, owner and head knife-maker, reviews some key characteristics that make a great handmade knife worthy of the "Fiddleback by AR" maker's mark.
Fiddleback Forge is well known in the knife world as a top tier maker of bushcraft knives, as well as being a favorite among outdoorsmen and knife enthusiasts alike. What began as a part time hobby of making knives in 2007, became a career of full-time knife making by 2009 for owner Andy Roy. Since then, Fiddleback Forge has been making some of the best outdoor knives in the industry.
We pride ourselves on making knives that are not only beautiful, but extremely hard workers. Fiddleback Forge knives are easily recognized by several of our most common features. You can easily discern our knives by looking for our trademark "Bullseye Lanyard Tubes", 3D spalted steel flats, unique Micarta knife pin patterns, ergonomic knife handle shaping, "Fiddleback by AR" makers mark, and other distinct features. Our knives feature mostly convex grinds with the occasional scandi grind. All of our knives are full tang knives that have been skeletonized, as well as sometimes tapered to reduce weight. Our knives are made from superior steels using the stock removal method, leading to a more consistent and stronger knife over forged blades. Our most commonly used steel for our handmade knives is A2 steel, but we also use CPM154, AEB-L, O1, and other steels. Our Mid-tech Production Field Knives use S35VN and 3V respectively.
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