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Skelton Bladeworks

Skelton Bladeworks

Jim Skelton has one of the most recognizable voices in the industry, having reviewed high-end knives on Youtube for years. Like many that collect knives for years, Jim was bitten by the bug to design and manufacture some of his own handmade customs. Working out of Jerry Moen's shop in Addison, TX Jim has learned and mastered the basics and we can't wait to see what he comes up with next.

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Skelton Bladeworks Custom Bone Chopper Fixed 5 inch CPM-3V Two-Tone Reverse Tanto Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles, Kydex Sheath
Skelton Bladeworks Custom Bone Chopper Fixed 5" CPM-3V Two-Tone R…
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Skelton Bladeworks Custom Tibia Fixed 3.875 inch CPM-3V Acid Washed Wharncliffe Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles, Kydex Sheath
Skelton Bladeworks Custom Tibia Fixed 3.875" CPM-3V Acid Washed W…
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Skelton Bladeworks Custom Tibia Fixed 4 inch CPM-3V Two-Tone Wharncliffe Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles, Kydex Sheath
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My name is Jim Skelton, and I'm just an average, everyday knife lover. I began reviewing custom knives on YouTube in late 2011, and never dreamed of trying to make a knife of my own. Through the years as I've reviewed custom knives, I have been fortunate to become friends with a number of notable makers, and I've learned a lot through conversations with them. Learning from their successes, and their failures. Seeing how hard they work, and the many obstacles they've needed to overcome to create their knives left me believing that I couldn't do it myself.
Luckily my mentor, Mr. Jerry Moen, an accomplished knifemaker as well as a director in the Knife Guild, talked me into trying my hand at it under his tutelage. Thanks to his guidance, I have begun making my own custom knives, and I hope to make knives that people enjoy as much as I've enjoyed in my time as a collector.

Every knife I make presents a new challenge and a new batch of mistakes that I will make. The fun, at least for me, is to correct those mistakes and learn from them. As time goes on, and I make fewer and fewer mistakes, I will take myself up to the next level in order to make all-new mistakes. And hope to overcome them as well.

Every knife is handmade in my hometown of Dallas Texas. I do my own stock removal and do my best to offer a wide variety of material options as well as finishes. I try to challenge myself with every build, so I won't repeat a design 100% very often.