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Books Are Currently Open

Furey’s Urban Combat Knives -Unlimited utilizes booking commissioned builds of custom knives and tools in order to ensure realistic turnaround times for the customer once a booking is finalized and official.  In order to have a knife commissioned, the customer must contact me and “hammer out” the details of the build, to include design, materials, timeline/turnaround, and price.

The current books re-opened on February 10th, 2017 and orders have been steadily pouring in and extending the turnaround time from start to finish.  When the books open, initial turnaround is usually between 30 to 45 days and grows as the influx of orders continues.  Many custom makers let their books extend out to turnaround times in excess of 1 to 2 years in some cases.  I strive to not let the turnaround exceed 180 days at the maximum, so when that threshold is reached, I close my books until orders are caught up.

During the “closed” books, I still produce new “one-off” knives and rotation (regularly produced) knives to be sold and raffled.  The current turnaround in  60 to 70 days.

If you are interested in a custom build, you will find the Custom Build/Payment Policy on the “About” page.  Please contact me to get your custom knife underway!


Blade Magazine “What’s New”

Hakai Hamon

This is the second knife that will be in the following month’s (September 2017) Blade magazine, under the “What’s New” section.  This will follow August’s article under the “Knifemaker Showcase.”

The knife is the “Hakai” Bowie.


3/16″ 1095 High Carbon Steel

58-60 HRC

10.5″ Overall Length

5.5″ Blade Edge

Acid Etched Hand Rubbed Hamon

Stabilized Paduak Handle Scales

Black G10 Bolsters

In-house produced 1/4″ mosaic pins

1/8″ accompanying brass pins


Blade Magazine “Knifemaker Showcase”


I am honored to have been advised by the national knife publication, Blade Magazine, that I will be featured in the August edition of the “Knifemaker Showcase.”  The “Hebi” (Japanese for Serpent) mini-Bowie knife (Pictured above) will be showcased, as well as my background and information on my knife making.

The following month, I will have another knife showcased in the “What’s New” section of Blade as well.  It is an honor and a privilege to make it into the magazine.


The “Hebi” mini-Bowie is made of 22-layer takefu suminigashi Japanese steel.  It has black G10 bolsters and pommels, with emerald green jigged bone handle scales, attached with in-house made mosaic pins, as well as a 1/4″ brass lanyard tube and accompanying 1/8″ brass front pin.

Welcome to Furey’s Urban Combat Knives – Unlimited©

I want to welcome you to Furey’s Urban Combat Knives – Unlimited, a veteran owned and operated business.


My name is Denny Furey and I am a full-time custom bladesmith, knife maker, and designer located in Spring, Texas. I specialize in self defense, fighting, military, and first responder oriented edged weapons, knives, and tools.  However, I am also experienced in making hunting, kitchen, and EDC knives, as well.

I am a military veteran of Operations Desert Shield/Storm/Provide Comfort and the Global War on Terrorism, having served 10-years (both active duty and reserves) in the United States Air Force Security Police/Forces as a Non-Commissioned Officer. I also served 20-years as law enforcement officer, having worked numerous aspects of the job, ranging from patrolman to chief of police in the state of Oklahoma.  I also served in the capacity as a Senior SWAT Commander, Operator and Instructor, developing curriculum, to include edged weapons defense and application for SWAT schools and defensive tactics/combatives.

I have been a life-long martial arts and combatives student, practitioner, and instructor; still serving as a instructor upon request (Furey Combatives).  This background is what started me on the road to become an avid knife collector, edged weapons student, and instructor. I also run Furey Combatives/Martial Arts Systems of Self Defense.

After relocating from Oklahoma to Texas, a close friend and a professional knife maker suggested I try my hand at making blades as well, due to my background.  I jumped in with both feet and found I had an affinity at developing and producing quality knives. I have been mentored by two extremely talented blade makers, as well as completed collaboration builds with other professional bladesmiths and makers.

I am certified as a LoneStar Maker with the Texas Knifemaker’s Guild and an apprentice Bladesmith with the American Bladesmith Society.

The unique blade designs by Furey’s Urban Combat Knives-Unlimited are considered intellectual property (IP) and trademarks (TM) of this company and replicas or any variant thereof not made by or legally authorized by Furey’s Urban Combat Knives-Unlimited will be considered theft.

If you are interested in having a knife commissioned and made, please feel free to contact me or visit me at: