Custom Knives

The Lynx by Denney Knives                                                           The Lynx has a rustic finish blade made of 1095 carbon steel. The blade was edge quenched and triple tempered. The handle is paduk, which is an African hardwood.


Radiant Warmth for Pennies per Day

The Warmth Within

After the successful operation of my Candle-lamp design, I decided to research oil burning lamps.

The benefits of using oil as fuel for a ceramic heater inspired me to create my newest design, this Radiant Heat Oil Lamp. The metal and ceramic radiator assembly is almost identical to the one used in th Candle-lamp, however the higher calorific value of the paraffin lamp oil means that this device puts out more heat.

The oil burns more steadily than a wax candle fuel source, and the flame remains at a constant distance from the radiator assembly.

It is important to keep the wick trimmed very close to the top of the glass wick holder in order to keep the flame at an optimum size.  I’ve noticed if the flame height exceeds an inch or so, some of the hydrocarbons do not completely burn and instead ride the heat up into…

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Denney Knives Mini Survival Kit


DSCN0264A mini kit is a survival kit that can be carried in a pocket easily. So many times we think big and sometimes you need a big kit but this small essential kit can be added to a larger kit or can be used alone. Larger kits are sometimes left at home or in the car because of the inconvenient size. This makes the mini kit a very important kit have. The kit is an Altoid tin with signal mirror, wire saw, button compass, safety pins, fishing line, sinkers, paper clips, alcohol wipes, whistle, balloon, tin foil, and not pictured ( ferro rod). Of coarse there are many different variations according to personal preference. If you do not want to build your own you can find this on Denney Custom Knives on

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