Carrying my 6375Hi.
Finding a sheath to carry my 6375 on my belt has been a challenge. For me, a sheath has to have a belt loop. I did not like any of the Case sheaths I saw when I visited the Case Store in Bradfor…DiscussionCarrying my 63752 LikesKnife Rights Featured in Sunday Washington P…Knife Rights was featured in a front page story in this Sunday's Washington Post in an article by Todd C. Frankel that was widely republished by other media outlets. The reporter was fascinated with…DiscussionKnife Rights Featured in Sunday Washington P…2 LikesThe Trail Hawk- HatchetvideoThe Trail Hawk- Hatchet2 LikesSeeking infoHi fellows,
First, I have to admit that I am not a collector. I am seeking info on a knife that I was awarded in 1989 as a 10 yr award. It is a Queen improved muskrat and is in a wooden and glass pr…DiscussionSeeking info1 LikeNeeding info on this neat little folderJust got this tiny single blade folder and cant seem to find much solid detailed info on it. Thinking the idea behind it was for it to be small and convenient like for a keychain while retaining the…DiscussionNeeding info on this neat little folder2 LikesGowanda and Cattaraugus NY Day tripSo I'm thinking of taking a day trip to the Gowanda/ Cattaraugus area and I see there is a museum in Cattaraugus is there anything else up there knife related I should see? DiscussionGowanda and Cattaraugus NY Day trip1 LikeBATTLE HORSE KNIVES CAMPOUT **ohioeventBATTLE HORSE KNIVES CAMPOUT **ohio2 LikesHistory of Robeson Cutlery by Charlie Noyes (
BlogHistory of Robeson Cutlery by Charlie Noyes (5 LikesKnife Magazines / Knives IllustratedI notice a lot of members, at least a lot of new members, don't subscribe to any knife magazines. For those who do not subscribe or otherwise purchase knife magazines, I was just curious why not? (…DiscussionKnife Magazines / Knives Illustrated4 Likes
John McDowellMemberJohn McDowell2 LikesCame PicsHere are some turkeys.
Shall we dance?
And even an armadilloDiscussionCame Pics1 LikeLakers wall hangingphotoLakers wall hanging3 LikesHerder sodbusterFriedr Herder Abr Sohn Solingen Germany sodbuster 1800s brass pins and liners no rust or major pitting. Walk and talk is tight good snap easy pull no blade play and direction. Seeing what's out there…DiscussionHerder sodbuster1 LikeRJ Martin one of a kind for saleI have a beautiful RJ Martin drop point hunter made in the early 1990s. It has a gorgeous briar burl handle and the workmanship is beyond perfect. This is a one-of-a-kind knife. Mr. Martin no long…DiscussionRJ Martin one of a kind for sale2 LikesWingfield Rowbotham Pocket KnifeHi, new member here. Was wondering if anybody would be able to tell me the age of this pocket knife.
I have an idea from looking on the internet when the company was in business, but not when this kn…DiscussionWingfield Rowbotham Pocket Knife2 LikesSome EyesphotoSome Eyes6 LikesIt's National Knife Day!Coincidentally, the latest issue of Knives Illustrated arrived in the mail today. Here's the new issue with today's EDC, the Spyderco Sage with carbon fiber scales.
This particular knife was purcha…DiscussionIt's National Knife Day!3 LikesSho Me Cutlery clubA few months ago I came across a Queen Cutlery knife that was marked Sho Me Cutlery club. I wasent quick enough on eBay to get it so iv been looking for info on this club and have not come up with an…DiscussionSho Me Cutlery club2 Likes