4" Drop Point with Sambar Stag Handle

 

 

WHY CHOOSE PATTAY KNIVES!!!

Thank you for choosing a 'Pattay Made' knife! Our knives are handmade one at a time, using only the finest materials. The steel is ATS-34/154CM stainless, an extremely pure alloy. It is a high carbon, chromium, molybdenum steel with outstanding corrosion resistance and edge holding characteristics. It is widely regarded as the finest blade steel available. Your knife includes a brass or nickel silver finger guard, silver soldered to the blade, a custom handle and handmade leather or Kydex sheath. It is also delivered at 60-62 Rockwell hardness. For our filet blades we use 440c stainless. With higher chromium content, it stands up around salt water and holds a great edge at 59 Rockwell. We are now offering Damascus blades using Alabama Damascus Billets. These Damascus blades are delivered at 58 Rockwell. We heat treat all of the blades in our own ovens using tried and true procedures. Your satisfaction is totally assured. In the absence of blatent abuse, any knife may be returned at any time. The problem will be corrected, a new knife will be sent, or your purchase price will be refunded. While these knives are not particularly difficult to resharpen, they may be returned for resharpening at any time free of charge.

All Knives Handmade In Citrus Springs, Florida U.S.A.

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About Us :

 

We are an American based company that only uses the finest materials.I have been making these knives for over 30 years and am now a full time maker. Starting in the auto industry as a mechanic and then going into the auto body business, where I had my own shop for 15 years, then as a welder for numerous power plants on Long Island, N.Y., where I got into metalurgy and heat treating. I also have a background in sign painting, pinstriping and graphics ( yes the logo does resemble me! ) PATTAY KNIVES is run by Carole and Rudy Pattay in Citrus Springs, Florida

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Knifemaker of the Week

Rudolph T. Pattay

Proudly served as a Military Policeman in the U.S. Army, 516th MP Platoon, Fort Detrick, Maryland and 241st MP Company, Fitzsimons Army Hospital, Aurora, Colorado. We are an American Based Company that uses only the finest materials. I have been making these knives for over 30 years and I have been a full time maker since 2006. Starting in the Auto Industry as a mechanic and the going into the Auto Body Business, where I had my own shop for 15 years, then as a Machinist, Welder, Millwright and Electrician for a power plant in New York, where I got into Metalurgy and heat treating. I also have a background in sign painting, pinstriping and graphics. Yes the Logo does resemble me!!!! PATTAY KNIVES is run by Carole and Rudy Pattay in Citrus Spring, Florida

-Tim Peterson

 

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4" Skinner with Stainless finger guard and Honduras Rosewood Handle.

 

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Custom Drop Point with Fileworked ATS-34 Stainless

We use Sambar Stag, Turquoise, Malachite, Blood Jasper and Pearl. With spacers of fiber, brass, stainless and fish paper.

Proudly Served as a Military Policeman in the U.S. Army, 516th MP Platoon, Fort Detrick, Md. and 241st MP Company, Fitzsimons Army Hospital, Aurora, Colorado. Worked as a Welder for Long Island Lighting Company,Marketspan,Keyspan and National Grid in the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union Local 1049