"Here is a picture of what I would call mini knives.
One is a Production Spyderco, the other folding 2 blade has no markings,
the all White handled sheath knife is stamped USA, the White handled with metal
cap is marked Pro Cut Product, and the light…"
"After so many years of collecting knives, I am finally attempting to make one of my own. I am making a mini knife that will fit into an Altoid tin and still be usable. Here is a pic of the start of it."
"Nice little Puma. What's the dimensions?
Chris - It's the ICCE Show and is in Kansas City, MO Sept 23/24/25 (this year, 2016). I'll be there along with a pretty good contingency of Georgia Makers. If you make the show come by and see…"
I'm 21. I joined the Navy on May 30th as a (GSM). I'm making mini knives until I ship out on January 14th. I will continue to make minis in my spare time whenever I get back from boot camp and A-School. If you have any questions feel free to message me.
I have been working in my dad's knife shop (Pridgen Custom Knives) since I was 15. I have learned many things from him over the years. I have even designed 2 of his knives, the Scagger and the Tam Tam. I have been to almost all the shows he has went to since he started making knives. With that said...I can tell you how I started making miniatures. I went to the 2012 Blade Show and met a man named Carl E. Rechsteiner (C Rex Custom Knives). He is a bladesmith and makes amazing miniatures! I was talking with him and admiring his work. He knows my dad and was telling me that I had all the materials in my dad's shop to make minis. So whenever I got home from the show I went straight to work on my first mini. Now here I am today hooked on making these tiny minis!
Making knives. Getting ready for boot camp. Spending time with my family and friends. Drawing. Swimming. Soccer.