The first one I got is in the middle. A nice little hunter and great EDC. It is a Wood Century. 440C as is all his blades I have. Have had it almost a year and it has cleaned trout, made fires and done kitchen duty with flying coulours
Second is the bottom one he calls his Small Military. At only 1/8 stock thickness I was a little concerned how tough it would be. Well I got it in the spring a beat on it all summer at camp. Used a baton and spit lots of kindling for fires, cut some poles and just generally abused it all summer. It is handle heavy and great to pounding with the pommel. I opted for the non pointed skull crusher model.
Finally while in To for my operation I stopped in for a visit and saw a little trout knife/neck knife and fell in love. I am going to sharpen that baby up this afternoon. It was his first attempt at Kydex and although he did not think it was very good...I think the kydex is perfect. Holds the knife well and does not print.
So all in all I am very pleased with the handmade knives of George Tichbourne. Mine are all users, but he also has some amazing art knives as well. Take Care!!!