WARRANTY: Our knives are guaranteed for as long as you own them. The warranty covers the blade and handle from breakage under normal use. Sheaths are not included in our guarantee, as leather is an organic substance that can mildew, be cut, become dry, and crack.

BLADE CARE: We recommend you first clean our knives using water and a mild soap, if necessary. The steel used in our knives is top quality high carbon D2 steel therefore it is necessary to keep blades clean & lightly oiled. If storing knives in sheaths over long periods, be sure to oil the blades heavily while in storage, as leather can attract and hold moisture.

LEATHER CARE: Our sheaths are made using vegetable tanned, oiled, split-grained American cowhide leather. Cleaning and Preserving: Dipping the sheaths in a mixture of 20% warm saddle oil to 80% beeswax will coat the inside and out¬side, and seal the pores of the leather. After dipping in the warm solution, wipe the sheath down, rubbing off the excess coating. This is an excellent method to help waterproof the leather. Be careful in oiling the leather sheath without a wax in the solution as oil will soften the leather to a point that it can lose its molded shape. If your sheath becomes wet, do not dry it over a hot surface. This will cause the leather to become hard and brittle. Allow the sheath to dry slowly in a warm, dry room. Always remove your knives from wet sheaths while drying.

HANDLES: We use a variety of handle materials. They include genuine stag, Santoprene™, G10, and Micarta. The stag has been stabilized to resist moisture; however, you can help maintain the beauty of stag by keeping it clean, and coated with either baby oil or coconut oil to prevent cracking. Synthetic handle materials simply require to be kept clean and dry, to protect the steel underneath.

The 3 Way Sharpener is precise and compact. A set of ultra-hard carbide inserts re-cut the blade edge allowing you to easily maintain the same 18-degree factory angle. To begin pull the blade between the carbide insert following the angle guide in the top of the sharpener. After pulling the blade a few strokes in each direction, you will have developed what is referred to as a “wire edge” which is weak and flexible. The wire MUST be removed to prevent a “false Edge”. To remove lightly stroke the blade’s edge across the flat diamond steel a few times at an angle approaching 22 to 25 degrees.