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Knife Rights Was Born Ten Years Ago Today!Wall Street Journal Article Ignited Knife Owners' Civil Rights Movement Knife Rights was born ten years ago today after I read an outrageous and highly inflammatory article headlining the Wall Street…Continue
Our Community is absolutely free to our members and I intend that it will always be that way. I refuse to implement pages you have to pay to enter. But, donations are always accepted.Something that has been happening on some of the social media…Continue
Hi FolksI have a carried/used but nice Case Longhorn with micarta scales, that I would like to put up for trade. Appears to be 5 dots (and yes there appears to be a light "grind" on the tang, but I have seen several of these knives that look just…Continue
This week I had the pleasure of completing the transfer of materials between a member and a knife museum, I thought I would share that with you.Last summer I I contacted Gus Marsh and asked him to look in his fully complete NKCA magazine library for…Continue
I just killed this spider in my house. I don't think it is a brown recluse but I was hoping someone might be able to tell for certain whether it is or isn't. Oh, its body is about 7/16 inch long.And thanks to anyone who can help me identify it.…Continue
BREAKING! The legendary gun manufacturer, Colt filed for bankruptcy in June of 2015. Don’t worry. The court approved Colt’s reorganization plan in January of 2016, and they will continue making guns. They won’t, however, continue making knives under…Continue
Just watched the local news on TV . The second item started,"Over 200 weapons have been handed in to police in Birmingham as part of a month long knife amnesty"The young lady then discussed the danger of having these "Blades on the street"The…Continue
Does anyone know how many of these knives were produced? I have seen some of these in the high 5000 range. I recently acquired serial number 36 along with the matching belt buckle.
I don't know if you have ever attended a Case event but the early morning line up is as much fun as the event itself. I did not want to wake Donnie up early so I hitched a ride with Ronnie Newsome and his wonderful bride!The knife talkin' &…Continue
Hello all!So great that I found this forum. I have been a collector of antique chef/kitchen knives (and other styles as well) for some time now. I came across this website/forum while searching trying to ID a knife I picked up a few weeks ago.I…Continue
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The steel is 1.2379 (D2), hardened up to about 60 HRc, corian and acacia handle with brass spacers. The mounting is with hidden nut and the heel is held with brass…
Thought I would start a blog here to showcase the work of my favorite knifemaker. I stumbled across Alan Davis, a knifemaker from Boerne, Texas, in late 2012. I was blown away by his knife designs. Even more astounding was the fact that they…Continue
I like a great looking knife , I really do .
Just as with most people a fancy set of handle scales or a little damascus really get's my attention . I have one or two knives that are very attractive and I wouldn't part with them for any…Continue
Well I am starting this blog to record my return to an older type of shaving . Like most of us I at present use the ubiquitous supermarket disposable razors , and have done so for , well I don't really know how long . When did these disposable…Continue