Jay Fisher - World Class Knifemaker

Quality Without Compromise

Maker's Mark:
Knife Maker's Mark for Jay Fisher Knives
New to the website? Start Here
"Orion" obverse side view in 440C high chromium stainless steel blade, hand-engraved 304 stainless steel bolsters, Rio Grande Agate gemstone  handle, hand-carved leather sheath inlaid with frog skin


"Lynx" combat, tactcal, CSAR knife, obverse side view: 440C high chromium stainless steel blade, 304 stainless steel bolsters, Micarta phenolic handle, kydex, aluminum, nickel plated steel sheath
"Lynx" Tactical, Combat, CSAR Knife
  • Size: Length overall: 11.125" (28.3 cm), Blade Length: 6.5" (16.5 cm), Thickness: .200" (5.1 mm)
  • Weight: Knife: 11.5 oz. Sheath: 11.2 oz.
  • Blade: 440C High Chromium Martensitic Stainless Tool Steel, Hardened and Tempered to Rockwell C59, Bead Blasted
  • Fittings/Bolsters: 304 Austenitic Stainless Steel, Bead Blasted
  • Handle: Canvas Micarta Phenolic
  • Sheath: Kydex, Aluminum, Nickel Plated Steel
  • Knife: A knife made for a very special Pararescueman, the Lynx is an evolution of several of my combat SAR tactical knives. This is a medium sized, double edged knife, and the blade has double hollow grinds, differentially ground, with an 8" hollow grind in the main grind, and a 3" hollow grind supporting over 5 inches of my Vampire rip teeth serrations. The blade is low care 440C stainless, hardened and tempered to a tough, hard, very useable set, and bead blasted for a non-reflective finish for combat use. The fully tapered tang gives perfect balance at the forefinger, and the tang is fully fileworked in my "Madcat" pattern for unique personalization and improved grip. The handle shape is isometric, so it is the same no matter how it is held, and what cutting edge is used. The handle neck and quillons are well-shaped for comfort and control. The bolsters, pins, and lanyard liner tube are 304 stainless steel, a high nickel, high chromium austenitic stainless steel that is hard, tough, wear resistant and corrosion free. The handle is super tough linen reinforced Micarta phenolic, one of the most durable handle materials made. The handle is also bead blasted for great tactile purchase, even when wet.
  • Sheath: The sheath is one of my combat grade, waterproof, tension fit models, made from double thickness kydex, 1/4" thick welts of 5052H32 corrosion resistant aluminum, and secured with nickel plated steel Chicago screws. The reversible belt loops will accommodate a standard 1.75" military web utility belt, and should hang on most MOLLE gear or PALS webbing.
  • A tough, light, useable combat search and rescue tactical knife for real battlefield or rescue missions.

Thanks, K. W.!

Mr. Fisher,
The knife is better than I could have imagined! Thank you so much...the knife really looks awesome.


Please click on thumbnail photos
"Lynx" CSAR tactical knife, reverse side view. Double edged knife has tough tactical combat sheath with aluminum belt loops "Lynx" spinework, edgework view. Deep filework is my "madcat" pattern, tang is fully tapered. "Lynx" inside handle edgework, filework detail. Note fully tapered tang, dovetailed bolster construction. "Lynx" sheathed view. Deep sheath is one of the most durable combat tactical sheaths made.

Return to Featured Knife Pages

Return to Tactical Combat Knives Page

XHTML 1.0 Validated, Compliant, Link Checked, and CSS Level 2.1 Validated through W3C, the World Wide Web Consortium
Main Purchase Tactical Specific Types Technical More
Home Page Where's My Knife, Jay? Current Tactical Knives for Sale The Awe of the Blade Blades My Photography
Website Overview Current Knives for Sale Tactical, Combat Knife Portal Museum Pieces Knife Anatomy Photographic Services
My Mission My Knife Prices All Tactical, Combat Knives Investment, Collector's Knives Custom Knives Photographic Images
The Finest Knives and You How To Order Counterterrorism Knives Daggers Modern Knifemaking Technology  
Featured Knives: Page One Purchase Finished Knives  Professional, Military Commemoratives Swords Knife Patterns  
Featured Knives: Page Two Order Custom Knives  USAF Pararescue Knives Folding Knives Knife Pattern Alphabetic List My Writing
Featured Knives: Page Three Knife Sales Policy  USAF Pararescue "PJ- Light" Chef's Knives New Materials First Novel
Featured Knives: Older/Early Bank Transfers  27th Air Force Special Operations Hunting Knives Factory vs. Handmade Knives Second Novel
Email Jay Fisher Custom Knife Design Fee  Khukris: Combat, Survival, Art Working Knives Six Distinctions of Fine Knives Knife Book
Contact, Locate Jay Fisher Delivery Times The Best Combat Locking Sheath Khukris Knife Styles  
FAQs My Shipping Method  Grip Styles, Hand Sizing   Business of Knifemaking Videos
Current, Recent Works, Events    Tactical Knife Sheath Accessories   Jay's Internet Stats  
Client's News and Info   Military Knife Care   The 3000th Term Links
Who Is Jay Fisher?   Serrations   Serrations  
Top 22 Reasons to Buy   Concealed Carry and Knives   Skeletonized Knives Site Table of Contents
My Knifemaking History       Handles, Bolsters, Guards  
My Family       Knife Handles: Gemstone  
What I Do And Don't Do       Gemstone Alphabetic List  
CD ROM Archive       Knife Handles: Woods  
Publications, Publicity       Knife Handles: Horn, Bone, Ivory  
Testimonials, Letters and Emails       Knife Handles: Manmade Materials  
Funny Letters and Emails, Pg. 1       Knife Sheaths  
Funny Letters and Emails, Pg. 2       Knife Stands and Cases  
Funny Letters and Emails, Pg. 3 Knife Embellishment
Funny Letters and Emails, Pg. 4       Knife Maker's Marks  
Funny Letters and Emails, Pg. 5       How to Care for Custom Knives  
Funny Letters and Emails, Pg. 6       Knife Making Instruction  
        Larger Monitors and Knife Photos  
  Copyright and Knives
        440C: A Love/Hate Affair  
        ATS-34: Chrome/Moly Tough  
        D2: Wear Resistance King  
        O1: Oil Hardened Blued Beauty  
Knife Blade Testing
        Cities of the Knife  
Heat Treating and
Cryogenic Processing of
Knife Blade Steels
        Knife Shop/Studio, Page 1