Posted on Leave a comment

Cape Cod Cutlery Plus Cape Gun Works!!!!!!

In this super slow time for retail. it is probably not the best time to launch a retail venture but we are not known forever doing things the easy way. Not that anything is easy in the current situation. We are super excited to have partnerd up with Cape Gun Works as our exclusive Cape retailer for our bushcraft, EDC, outdoor, hunting and tactical knives. We feel that they are a perfect match for these lines of knives. Currently they are open to military, police and first responders and online sells. Once things get back to normal the general public will be able to shop a fairly large selection of unique Cape Cod Cutlery blades.

Posted on Leave a comment

Thank you for online sales keep them coming!!!

We have had a few online sales keeping us going. We have a current turn around time on most production knives of about 4 days from order to shipping so you will get your knife pretty fast. We will be announcing some pretty awesome local retailer news soon. Stay tuned. Below are our whale knives inspired by the awesome mammals that swim off the coast.

The unique design of the
Humpback Whale continues to find devotees. after a couple of years of sales. It is a great little meat and veggie knife with rock in front and some chop in the back.
Our Blue Whale slicer and a recycled forged utility knife/edc with green stabilized tamarind handles.
The Sperm Whale
Posted on Leave a comment

Anytown USA!!! Shop Safe at home from Small Businesses. Help us do business in this time when few sales options are available.

Dear Friends,

Hope this note finds you safe and healthy during these trying times.  As you know, small businesses are being hit especially hard during the Covid-19 crisis. Artists and makers who rely on craft shows and trade shows for orders are experiencing major sales shortfalls. I am a part of a community of over 250 makers across the USA called  Right now while you can’t go to a craft or trade show to shop with us, here is one easy thing you can do to support us. Please visit our “stores”  on   When you buy something, please use my code CUTLERYH19.  Every time someone uses the code to buy any of the over 10,000 items, will rebate my cost to do business on the site.  For every $100 spent using my unique code, will rebate me $10 up to $50. This will also help my fellow artists and makers with their sales during this difficult moment. It’s one way you can help small businesses as we weather the storm.


Fred and Tom

Posted on 1 Comment

No Springfield…

Gov Baker killed all meetings over 250 people. I think they were over estimating the Gun Show Attendance in Springfield. LOL So we will not be there. We will be locked in our garage making knives in quarantine as the world shuts down. If you need something let us know. Hope to be able to see you all in the Summer. Take care and stay safe.

Posted on Leave a comment

Corona Virus?? Shop on Line!! WW2 Projects!!

Well Wilmington Gun show was a bust. Seemed hardly anyone showed up. Maybe the Corona virus was keeping them home. We will be in Springfield next weekend at the Big E center for another gun show. We will have to see if people stay home for that one. If you are worried you can always shop online. We are in full line production right now. Here in my newest cool project restorations/re imaginings of WW2 combat classics that saw duty in the European and Pacific theaters.

Here is a 1939 German K98 Bayonet whose handle was broken off. We have re-imagined it for a customer as a cool holdout knife with a stacked birch handle.
Here is a rehandle and clean up job of a WW2 Bolo machete used by Marines in the South Pacific. It has seen plenty of use. Originally designed for clearing growth it became a favorite hand to hand weapon. It is about 1/4 inch thick and weighs a couple of pounds. Unwieldy but no doubt any way you hit someone with it lethal.
Posted on 1 Comment

Wilmington Gun Show This Weekend!!

We will be hanging out at the Wilmington Gun Show with lots of super cool outdoor knives. We have a bunch of high carbon, damascus and a few new super steel knives for you to check out. Here is a project I am working on currently. should have the finished product in a couple of days to show you.

1939 German Bayonet the handle is broken off of. Customer wants a cool hold out knife.
My solution is to make a stacked Birch handle that once glued and sanded will look really cool.