A black, fleece-lined, zippered storage case with the Sunrise River logo embossed in gold leaf, is provided with each of my knives at no extra cost to you.
If you need a storage case for one or more of your other knives, they are available for a minimal charge of $25.00 – $30.00 each. The six sizes I stock are listed below:
1. Small Hunter – 2-1/2″ x 6″ @ $25.00
2. Hunter – 2″ x 8″ @ $25.00
3. Fillet – 3″ x 10″ @ $25.00
4. Fighter – 4″ x 13″ @ $30.00
5. Medium Bowie – 4″ x 16″ @ $30.00
6. Large Bowie – 4″ x 18″ @ $30.00
Add extra value to your club knife or corporate gift.
DISPLAY STANDS AND SHOW CASES:
Custom made by John Yeackley in Colorado
5035 Petrified Forest Trail
Colorado Springs, CO 80924
Contact John directly for a price quote.
Glass topped, bird’s-eye maple wood display case with Kingwood accents.
Hinged top with hidden compartment underneath for sheath storage.
Walnut display stand with free flowing design.
Walnut and bird’s-eye maple display stands.
Glass topped, cherrywood display case, with hinged top.
Hidden compartment for sheath storage.
Boot Knife Display Stands:
Another of John Yeackley’s free form designs. A great way to store and show off your Boot Knife. Available in many different exotic hardwoods.
Wall mounted display case with hinged front.
John’s wood working skills and creativity at its best. This museum-quality showcase, built to house my Randall Made, Model 14 Survival Knife, met all my requirements. Built from bird’s-eye maple with cocobolo wood accents, he used part of my Vietnam era, tiger-striped patterned combat fatigues as a background. I asked for extra room to display the medals, awards and unit insignias that I earned in 66-67-68 while in Nam with the U. S. Army artillery.
My Randall Made Model #14 Survival Knife, that I used and abused while serving with two different 105mm artillery units during the war in South Vietnam from 66-67-68. (The 1st/40th Artillery Battalion, stationed at Dong Ha on the DMZ, and then the the 3rd/6th Artillery Battalion, stationed near Pleiku in the Central Highlands.)
This well-made, custom knife, that I used daily, taught me the hard lesson not to compromise on using high quality materials. With attention to fit and finish, I can produce a superior knife that will last a lifetime of hard service.
She is now a Maines Family Heirloom, ready to be passed onto the next generation.