Dunn Knives

The relentless pursuit of perfection.
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PO Box 307, 1449 Nocatee St.

Intercession City, FL  33848



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2015?  How did that happen?  Steve and I are looking forward to this new year.  We have shows to attend at which we get to see some of our favorite people, a garden to grow, fish to catch, and the opportunity to spend time with family.  Oh, yes!  We also have knives and sheaths to make!

Here's hoping the new year is gentle to you and yours.  Take care!

Tess and Steve

Please be patient with us as we rebuild our website, keeping in mind that what we at Dunn Knives normally do is build knives, not websites.  We appreciate your patience and hope to have a new site completed shortly with all our knives pictured and available for purchase.

In the meantime, feel free to call Tess or Steve at 800-245-6483 during normal business hours and we will answer any questions you may have.   Also, email us at s.greene@earthlink.net with questions.


Yes, we are the Dunn Knives that used to be located in Rossville, KS.  We made the move to Florida in August of 2009.  Why?  Think about winter in Kansas versus winter in Florida.  'Nuff said?


Welcome to the Dunn Knives website.  On these pages you will see all the models of knives we make ourselves in our Florida location.  Please take time to look at each of our knives and read the descriptions.


One of the questions we are asked most frequently is about the kind of steel we use.  We are currently using S30V on all of our blades.  This powdered-metal tool steel has a high-carbon, high-vanadium content, yet also contains enough chromium to easily be classified as stainless.  We feel this steel offers "the best of both worlds" - a carbon-based stainless blades.  Niagra Specialty Metals (an American-made steel) rolls the steel for us.  We buy it by the sheet, Steve does the heat-treating of our blades himself and the final hardness of the steel is 59-60 on the Rockwell C scale.  We are confident you'll find this steel holds an edge longer than almost anything else available, yet allows most people the ability to sharpen/resharpen blades themselves. 



The information contained on the pages here gives suggestions about which tasks we and our clients feel are best suited to each model/style.  For example, if you are looking for a deer knife to skin and field dress, our most popular blade is the Small Skinner.  For more detailed work, such as caping an animal, or skinning smaller animals like raccoon, fox, coyote, muskrats, or mink, we would recommend the Small Game & Bird or the Minker.  Of course, which knife you select depends on your own preference.

Don't hesitate to contact us and let us assist in choosing the knife best suited for the tasks you have in mind.




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