L.T. has popped up on at least one forum to let everyone know that the split was amicable and he and Dan just wanted to pursue different knifemaking paths.
Both L.T. and Dan have formed new companies. L.T.'s new venture is L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives and Dan's new venture is Battle Horse Knives.
I'm sad to see Blind Horse Knives disappear. Over the last five years or so the brand developed a strong following among the outdoors/hunting/bushcrafting crowd. Their knives were very well designed, well made, reasonably priced and represented an excellent value for someone looking to move up from standard factory production designs.
I wish both L.T. and Dan the best of luck in their new ventures, and I'm sure I'll be picking up a knife or two from each of them as their blade lines mature. But for now let's take a look at some great blades that bear the Blind Horse Knife stamp.
O1 steel, green Micarta handles
|BHK Small Workhorse|
D2 steel, orange G10 handles
|BHK Large Workhorse|
D2 steel, green Micarta handle
|Top: Woodsman Pro in O1 steel|
Bottom: Woodsman in 154CM steel