Knife Related Information
Here is some knife related information that includes return policy and disclaimer.

Disclaimer
Disclaimer: Chuck Gedraitis knives assumes no responsibility for any harm or injury resulting from the sale, use, or handling of any knife purchased. By placing an order the buyer represents that he or she is of legal age and that any knife ordered will be used in a lawful manner. The buyer is responsible to know, understand, and obey any local, state, or Federal laws regarding the use of any knife purchased. Buyer must agree to terms and conditions when placing an order.

Knife Info
I am a member of the New England Custom Knife Association and the Northeaset Cutlery Collectors Association. I mainly concentrate on making one of a kind folding Gents, art and Automatic knives of my own design, but I do occasionally make a few fixed blades. I offer file work, carving and do some of my own sheath work. For steels I mostly use Damascus from top suppliers, but also use ATS-34, D-2 and 440C. Handle materials include Exotic Woods, Stag, Pearl, and various types of Ivories including Elephant, Mammoth, and Walrus. I also take custom orders.


Return Policy
Return Policy- All knives are sold with an unconditional three day return privilege to give purchasers the opportunity to reassure themselves of the condition and mechanical function of the knife purchased. Purchase price, less shipping costs, will be refunded upon receipt of the knife in the same condition it was shipped to the purchaser. Three days after the buyer receives the knife, all sales are final.

Returns- Purchaser must pay return shipping charges (with delivery confirmation) and insurance for the value of the knife. A full refund will be issued to the purchaser less shipping costs and a 5% restocking fee.

Knife must be in same condition as it was when received. Items found to be damaged will not be accepted. We will notify you by phone or e-mail once we have received and processed the returned knife.

I guarantee my work to be free from mechanical defects as long as I remain able to make knives. This does not include natural handle materials such as stag, bone, wood, pearl and ivory, which may shrink, crack or discolor with change in temperature, humidity or age.