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A real box full of knives.

I went to visit the family of my best friend who passed away a year ago. The family has had a rough go.  He left behind a wife and two sons…

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Camillus Knives

One of my favorite brands is Camillus.  The company was known as the Knife Makers' Knife Maker because of how many companies cam to them to…

Started by Tobias Gibson

78 Aug 9
Reply by KEVIN KNIGHT

CardSharp

Comment by Ron"TUNA"Dumeah 7 minutes agoDelete Comment Pretty cool little knife.... I was fortunate enough to catch this at the last second…

Started by Jan Carter

10 Apr 25
Reply by Steve Scheuerman (Manx)

Colt Knives - an SMKW house brand

This discussion is all about the knives bearing the Colt brand.  Steve Koontz was instrumental at bring the Colt name to knives made at SMK…

Started by Tobias Gibson

41 Mar 10
Reply by Billy Oneale

Who can identify this knife?

Jan, you cannot guess!

Started by Ms Data

13 Dec 24, 2016
Reply by Michael E. Roper

Camillus WWII USN Mark 2

This is a blade-marked WWII Mark 2. These are great knives that are still being copied as reproductions today. today. This is the 'real dea…

Started by Mario Rossetti

2 Dec 20, 2016
Reply by Mario Rossetti

Another WWII Camillus Mark 2 USMC

Here is a WWII blade-marked Camillus that is USMC marked. Another pinned pommel.  

Started by Mario Rossetti

1 Dec 20, 2016
Reply by Tobias Gibson

Camillus WWII Mark 2 USMC Black Handle

As you are probably aware, the WWII Mark 2 handles are made with individual leather washers. colors varied, with most being shades of brown…

Started by Mario Rossetti

1 Dec 19, 2016
Reply by Dennis J. Coroniti

Camillus has a great history

Yea! I have been directed to this group, after not being able to find it on my own. Guess I'm still computer challenged. I have many, many…

Started by Mario Rossetti

2 Dec 14, 2016
Reply by Syd Carr

hardware and other store knives.

Some of the other knives I like to collect are "Store Brands"  Most tend to come from hardware stores but there are plenty of them out the…

Started by Tobias Gibson

29 Oct 23, 2016
Reply by Jan Carter

Canal Street Cutlery

The satisfaction of making a perfectly designed and crafted pocket or hunting knife that is finished to heirloom quality, performs flawless…

Started by Steve Hanner

189 Oct 23, 2016
Reply by Jan Carter

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