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DeDominicis Knives cutting a blank with grinder

This is our family, myself Ronnie, with my wife, Karen, and our two children, Nick & Addy.  We all work together as a team and we hope we can make you a knife (and/or sheath), that you are proud to carry and use as a DeDominicis Knife!

Walk Worthy 

"So that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and please Him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God..."  Colossians 1:10

2018 Texas State Knife and Tomahawk Throwing Championship


We competed again this year after skipping last year (and this time Karen competed too), and we had a great time and all placed in our divisions!


2nd place, Men's Amateur Division - Ronnie DeDominicis

3rd place, Junior's Division - Nick DeDominicis (age 13)

1st place, Women's Amateur Division - Karen DeDominicis


DeDominicis is pronounced:

De - Dom - in - ee - chee

There, you got it now!  

2016 Texas State Knife and Tomahawk Throwing Champion - Youth Division, Nick DeDominicis


This is my son, Nick, at age 11, holding his trophy.  He took

1st place in the Youth Division of the 2016 Texas State Knife and Tomahawk Throwing Championship, which took place right here in our hometown, in Huntsville, Texas.  He has been throwing knives and tomahawks with me since he was 9. 

DeDominicis Knives are made with an aggressive and tough appearance.  My main goal is to provide a knife that is durable and expected to be used.  They are all handmade and each knife is unique in its design.  They are designed for hard use, such as for those looking for hunting, outdoor, survival, tactical, or bushcraft applications.  


If you are looking for a flawless knife with no imperfections, such as those production knives made in mass quantities, these knives are not for you.  However, these knives are made with as much
precision as possible as pride in my craftsmanship is of the utmost priority to me.  

How I make my knives...

My wife and I work out of our home workshop, located in Huntsville, Texas. If you would like to see how my knives are made, you can watch my youtube videos below which show most of the process involved in making a knife.


​My knives go through multiple thermal cycles, and then are heat treated and tempered to provide a very durable knife that will hold its incredibly sharp edge.  I have done destruction tests on my knives and they are amazingly resilient and tough, and will maintain their sharpness.