I had a good friend ask me to make a knife for him, a hunting knife with about a 6 inch blade. I don't have standard production models currently,and he didn't have a specific design in mind so I ended up rough forging three knives, this is the one I chose for him. The other 2 may be available later. It started out as ~ 6 1/2" of 1 1/4 x 1/4 of 5160. First I started drawing out or thinning the blade and forming the point continue thinning and shaping maintaining blade width , chalk lines for reference next to thin and begin to shape the handle , the 6 1/2 inch stock is now almost 12 inches long next I use a fuller to help make the transition from the blade to the handle and start narrow the handle to the desired width. I continued shaping the handle and then start forging the bevels I did a little more minor adjustment in the forge, then annealed. This knife is the lower knife in the group. As shown it has almost exactly a 6 inch blade, but I just did not like the proportion so convinced him to let me shorted to about 5 1/2", which is the pencil line profile seen. The other two may be available later. The top one I am seeing a slight recurve. This one is a beefy work horse, the middle one, nice and light. next I started final profiling and did the initial grinding. That's as far as I got today. More to come later.