WC has worn many hats in his lifetime, from that of a military veteran, to author to commercial construction foreman. Since 2012, William has worn the hat of a custom knife maker.
One look at a sample of his work will tell you that not only does William Collins have ideas as big as the state from which he hails, but he has the skills and abilities to implement those ideas. In a knife market saturated with hundreds of makers all blending together, William’s work stands out from the crowd.
William’s designs are not just different for the sake of being different; they are purposefully different. William’s business motto is “Knives Made to Work.” His knives are designed with purposeful intent and their form follows that purpose.
This is WCK's Alaskan Bowie, THE no hold bar general utility knife to take on the muskeg flats of the far Northern reaches of Alaska to conquering the rainforests in the South East. With its thick and sturdy 5" AEB-L stainless steel blade boasting two working edges ( a smaller nipping edge for branches and a larger scandi style edge for slicing).