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WoodRiver - Fixed Blade Tanto Point Knife for Hunting and Fishing - 11-1/2" - Unfinished Kit

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Great Blade

    I ditched the rivets and ground off the ridges. Then I reworked the tang to fit through a Bear's head finger guard and attached it to an Elk horn brow tine. It made a super fantastic knife. Too bad I can't upload a photo, it's one awesome looking, functional knife. I made it as a gift and the owner said they use it all the time!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    byHR from Kitty Hawkon


    This knife is bar far one of the slickest looking useful knives I have made. The edge is extremely sharp and the heft is perfect for those jobs that demand some serious hand-held real estate like fish, wild game. Tantos are beautiful knives in the first place because of the elegant design, but create your own handle and it is guaranteed to be a collectible keepsake. The Woodcraft price is the best I have found. ~Hugh Rardin

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    byMN from Clearwateron

    Finger too close to the edge

    I just finished one of your Tanto kits. The build and finish were straight forward enough. Looks nice. But, when I showed it to some people who used knifes, the first thing they said was, "you are going to cut yourself if you stab something with that". The finger cutout is right at the cutting edge of the blade. I am going to file down the first 1/2 inch of the cutting edge to make this knife safer. I have another kit and plan to modify the scales to cover that part of the blade. It really should be redesigned, for safety.

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    byJF from SUNNYVALEon

    ditch the threaded rivets

    Knife itself is nice, a great value. Threaded rivets are not worth the hassle. To use them you have to thin the handle stock so they can sit on top or countersink each side of the handle exactly so that the threads meet but are not loose. With typical 3/8 scales that means counter sink depths of 1/8 to 3/16 per side. Make sure you have a drill press or a tight stop collar on your bit for countersinking and a very sharp bit to avoid tearing out the hole. Much easier to pay a couple of dollars for steel or brass pin stock that can simply be cut to length and sits flush with the surface.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Couldn't be more pleased!

    I ordered the Tanto, the Spear Point and the Skinner. These blades are very substantial and arrived on the day promised. What an incredible value at $9.99 each but are worth the full price. I can't wait to complete these.... heading to Woodcraft tomorrow to pick out some dimensional exotic wood! Thanks Woodcraft! Very pleased with you guys!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Awesome knife kit

    What makes this kit great is that you can finish it in a weekend! It is a quality knife kit and fun to make. You do not need the countersinks, as I used drill bits from an index, just use calipers to find the right sizes. If you do not have a drill index, then countersinks to match may be the way to go, but I have not used them. Thanks for reading!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Great kit, well balanced knife

    I use the knife primarily as a work tool, but its balance and, so far, edge holding ability is excellent.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    Reasonable knife kit.

    This knife kit is pretty solid. I was not a fan of the rivets supplied so I am using just using peened steel rod instead. The blade does show signs of tool marks but its nothing a few passes with sandpaper could not fix. I am using paduk for the scales I do wish there was a model with a steel or brass bolster.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Tanto just the best fixed blade availabl

    These are some of the best Knife Blanks available

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    Great Knife Blade

    This is really a great blade! I would have given it a 5 rating if came with almost ANY other pin type for attaching the scales. Corby rivets, Loveless bolts or even plain old compression rivets would be a better choice in my opinion. Overall, the blade is well made of heavy stainless steel of seemingly good quality. I didn't use the lanyard hole but it's there if one wants to install one. I would recommend this knife to anyone.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    wonderful blade to ad your own handle

    This blade is strong, durable and very well is worth the money!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Great kit

    Easy to work with,everything came together for a great fit.

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars


    very nice looking

    I only have had time to look at this blade because less then a week from delivery my shop burned down. so its still on my desk.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Lots of fun

    This is a fun simple project that can be done by a beginner with limited tools. I completed this with the countersinks, epoxy, clamps, and file set.

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    excellent knife kit for the price

    the screw together rivets have small heads that were almost useless unless (I assume) you buy their special stepped bit. I will be using squeeze rivets with their larger heads

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Awesome knives!

    These are awesome knives!

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Nice starter knife kit

    The only draw back is that there are no "alinement pins" included for the handle sides, I had to "make" alinement pins using nails, 2 different size pieces of (color coded) rod that fit the holes in the blank would greatly aid in the alinement and drilling

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars


    good product

    good product

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    byClose Quarters Combaton

    I bought 2 Tanto's good knife

    I like the knife I bought 2 of them to build for my self and I sold both of them so I am going to pick up 4 more of them so I could have one for my self.

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    CVA (Connecticut Valley Arms) was a pioneer company that brought back the black powder shooting sport in the early 1970s. CVA was originally located in Haddam, CT, along the Conn. R., hence their name. They started with reproductions of traditional American muzzle loaders like the Kentucky Long Rifle and offered them in finished and kit forms. All the firearms were made in Spain and packaged in CT. I don’t know if the finished guns were assembled in Spain or CT.

    In the late 70s they got into marketing knives. They called the series “Trail Knives” and they were modeled after traditional frontier knives. These knives were as authentic as possible and they were sold only in kit form. The Trail Knives were affordable, easy to assemble, well made, functional, comfortable in the hand and were quite impressive. The parts were made in Italy or Spain depending on the knife style. I’ve heard later they were made in Taiwan but I can’t verify that. These knives were offered from about 1979 to the mid-80s when the company moved to Georgia. The picture below shows the models available in 1980. The most popular seems to have been the Trade knife which looks similar to J. Russell & Co.’s Green River Works.  All the knives are etched CVA but only some of them have the country – Italy or Spain – marked on them.

    The Trade knife pictured below has no country marking on it and I’m wondering if the blades did come from Green River.  I started assembling this knife twenty-two years ago! I picked up the kits when they were first offered and assembled a few. I must admit I was more enamored by CVA’s knives then by their muskets and pistols. I guess that’s the knife collector in me!

    The knives are German 440-C stainless.  CVA’s instructions say that if desired “…rub the blade with either onion, tomato juice, mayonnaise, or lemon and let it sit overnight. You’ll notice in just one night that the blade will begin to age.”

    Personally I’m impressed by the Bowie and Boot models. The Bowie, Boot and Toothpick models are readily available even today and can sometimes be found in kit form on line @ eBay for example. That’s probably because they were purchased more for show. I had a Boot knife on display next to the Lenox in the china cabinet. That didn’t go over too well at first but no one ever inquired about the Lenox as far as I know. :)

    After the Trade knife the Skinner seems to have been the most popular because it probably was the most functional. I’ve never seen it offered in excellent condition today. All have been sharpened, well-used and a few are well ground down.  What I NEVER see now is the Hunter model pictured on the far right (in the second picture above). That’s the mystery model of the group, at least for me. A lot of times the Bowie is listed as a “Hunter”.

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