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So all of us know there’s an wide belief that the world as we know it would not survive after 21 dec 2012!
Though I personally do not belive that the world…Continue
Herre is my newest switchblade---a rred Crraftsman of course from Schrade and Walden New York.
What's different? Well if you can see the advertisement below the knife in these pics...it is from the 1951 Spring.Summerr Sears Catalog and plays out the knives they are selling.
$2.95? Gimme a dozen right!?!
It is a nice knife and cost me a lot more than three bucks I'll tell ya…Continue
What follows is a compilation of some of the lists that is found illustrating the likely problems that may be encountered with different types of woods that are used in the knife making process.
In the reaction column will be listed “irritant, sensitizer, or cancer.” Irritants are just that, they will irritate the skin, eyes or nose as long as they are present, but the effects will diminish as soon as the source is…Continue
I just wanted to talk with you for a moment and share some thoughts and gather more thoughts.
Some things I think you should know that we have been doing for our community.
This month we have run our first ad in a knife magazine letting more collectors know about us. I say our first because things are in the works for two more.
We have partnered with the National Knife Museum and if you go to their page, we are listed under groups
We have partnered…Continue
U.S. Sporting Knife Industry - $5.9 Billion Economic Impact on U.S. Economy
3,881 direct U.S. Employees at 61 Companies
19,405 Ancillary Support Jobs in other industries
$986.87 Million Gross Revenues (2007) at manufacturer/importer level
$5.921 Billion Total Economic Impact on U.S. Economy
Source: 2007 Report – The AKTI State of the Sporting Knife Industry
Anglers and Hunters Spend Nearly $65 Billion Annually
It has been a phenomenal weekend. The show brought together some knowledgeable, fun people and some great knife deals. I will be adding a great deal to this blog as I review the weekend but I wanted to start with a Thank you.
To SMKW for putting this together, giving the knife folks a chance to meet the companies face to face. Thank you to the SMKW staff. These are probably the hardest working folks in the place and yet it is all done with a smile. If their goal is to exceed…Continue
Two more down to earth, friendly and customer focused folks you couldn't possibly hope to meet. A busy table indeed. With everything going on this weekend Michel took the time to speak with me whenever he thought he had moment.. Below is some recent work, the collection is now owned by SMKW.…Continue
So I've been gone for a few months from iKnifeCollector website. Sometimes life just gets in the way of the things you want to do. Anyways, I'm back and will be posting more of the knives I have collected and for sale on my website for all to see. Got some really nice gems to share with everyone. Knife collecting is a great hobby.
Good afternoon all!!
iKC has made some changes to our format. There are some great things being offered to us by our network support NING. In order for us to take advantage of those offers we needed to move to the new format.
I am so sorry that all the work you did in personalizing your page has gone. But think of the fun you will have customizing it now :) Seriously, I appreciate your bearing with us as we bring upgraded options to iKC.
For those that I have not…Continue
This is not going to be a long blog. I have been an IKC for about one month. I just want to say, I really think it's greatest strength is the members are giving, and caring people. I have experienced this more than once. When I have had a problem, I send out an email, and within a few hours several members have responded with sound and helpful suggestions; and it is done because they want to help. This is an outstanding quality and I believe distinguishes IKC from the average knife…Continue