I am unable, at this time, to make repairs on the “actions” of folding knives, (autos as well). This includes pivot pins, screws, springs, levers, etc. I hope to add spring-replacement services some day.
Yes, but by appointment only. If you are interested, contact me to set up an appointment.
I do not at this time. Maybe someday.
Short answer – “no.” When a knife blade is broken off close to the handle, there is no practical way to reattach the broken off blade to the remaining stub of knife protruding from the handle. The two sections might be able to be welded together, but that will heat up the steel so much […]Read more
I prefer you do not include any payment when you ship your knife. Once I have finished your knife repair and shipped it to you, I will contact you with the total due, which will include repair costs, shipping costs and mailing insurance fees. I will also send you the tracking number for your package. […]Read more
Contact me for the shipping address.
Never ship a knife with an exposed blade. This is very dangerous to those folks who work in the shipping services and may result in your package being confiscated and you being fined. If it is a folding knife, and can be closed, fold all blades closed. If it is a fixed blade with a […]Read more
Yes, in some situations, for an additional fee. Contact me with your request and we can discuss the details.
Turn-around time can vary for each project. I will always give you a rough turn-around time with your quote. A minimum is about one week from when it arrives at my shop. This is typical for sharpening, or a simple tip regrind, etc. More involved work takes longer so a turn-around averaging 2-3 weeks is […]Read more
I do not make any of the jigs, tools, or grinder parts for sale at this time. I have posted photos and descriptions of them to inspire you to create your own. If you need more specific photos or measurements, contact me and I can probably help you with that.
On rare occasions I do. You are welcome to contact me and ask, but I will probably have to refer you to someone else.
Remember they are sharp. Sounds simple, but that is basically it. Before your knives were sharpened, you may have slowly become accustomed to using a dull knife, that was getting progressively duller. That means you were probably using more force to cut with and may have become accustomed to working around a duller edge. Now […]Read more
Send me an email. Include: (a) a photo or two clearly showing the knife and the area that needs repaired; (b) what you think the repair(s) you would like made to the knife are; and (c) the model or manufacture of the knife, if known. I will respond to your inquiry within a few days, […]Read more