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A. G. Russell Knives. Inc

A.G. Russell Knives is the oldest mail order knife company in the world. We sell only the finest cutlery from William Henry, Randall, Böker, Columbia River Knife & Tool, Kershaw, SOG, Benchmade, Spyerdco, Canal Street Cutlery, and more.

Website: http://agrussell.com
Location: Rogers, Arkansas
Members: 96
Latest Activity: Oct 17

Only couple in the Cutlery Hall of Fame. A.G. and Goldie Russell.

A couple that has shared passion and ethics with knife collectors around the world

Only couple in the Cutlery Hall of Fame. A.G. and Goldie Russell.

Goldie Russell is the FIRST woman in the Cutlery Hall of Fame!  Congratulations and well deserved

Discussion Forum

A.G.Russell Small Doctor's Knife .. RUS-CD13S

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The Russell Era Hen&Rooster picture thread!

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Something you don't find every day.

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Question on a Bruckmann knife

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Comment by Chase Williams on August 14, 2009 at 14:28
We are glad to hear you are happy with your knife Frank. We hope you continue to be a customer with us.
Comment by Frank Stennett on August 14, 2009 at 14:08
Got my one and only Randle from the kind folks at A.G. Russell. Saving my money now for one of those wine anvil caps. Will get me a William Henry in the next life. Might even learn to carve peachpits with. Humor there J. D. Frank
Comment by Chase Williams on August 12, 2009 at 11:25
Watch the above box with the Texas Ranger knives, we will be changing it periodically. Also watch the discussions forum as we will be adding new knives and knife designs as often as we can. Feedback is always welcome!
Comment by Chase Williams on August 11, 2009 at 16:46
A.G. Russell™ Dogleg Trapper

This is a wonderful example of the BEST of Japanese folding knives! In our quest for the best quality for the money, we sometimes accept knife designs from the companies or individuals who make knives for us. This beautifully made Trapper was designed by the maker for A.G. Russell™. With the much prized square tang, it is not quite as I would have designed it. I have a personal preference for tangs that offer walk and talk without stopping in the middle. When we were offered a sample of this knife a little over a year ago, though, the design was so superb and the craftsmanship so good that I had to ignore my opinion of the square tang.

The 2-3/4" Clip blade and a most unusual 2-3/4" Spey blade are made of about 1/8" thick (0.119) VG-10 stainless cutlery steel at 59-61 Rc. The liners, bolsters, caps and shields are exquisitely finished stainless steel. Available in both Cocobolo, an exotic wood that has been used in the cutlery industry for over 200 years, and European Red Deer Antler. Beautiful fit and beautiful finish. Measures 3-7/16" closed and weighs approximately 3.6 oz. Made in Japan.

Comment by Chase Williams on August 11, 2009 at 15:51
Stop by and see our retail store. We are located off of I-540 in Rogers, AR.
Comment by Chase Williams on August 7, 2009 at 16:50
The A.G. Russell™ Boxcar Jack with Antique Green Bone Handles. There are only 5 left!! This handle material was done specifically for this knife. This is a very handy tool.
During the Great Depression, knives of this type were commonly carried by men who were on the move, looking for work. These men were called Hobos and their common mode of transportation was a train boxcar. The A. G. Russell™ Boxcar Jack consists of a knife and fork that are held together by slots and pins in the liners and can easily be taken apart, resulting in a separate knife and fork. The two halves can be separated without opening either blade. Simply push the mark, or obverse, side of the knife toward the pivot to slide the two halves apart.
Comment by Chase Williams on August 6, 2009 at 8:45
This is our San Mai Drop Point Hunter with Spalted Maple Handles. We only had enough handle material for 11 knives. There are 7 left. You can get yours at www.agrussell.com
Comment by Steve wells on August 4, 2009 at 15:22
Welcome Mr. Russell and yes there is a lot of people that want to see your new and old designs - Do you still have the rights and info. to Cattaragus Cutlery.

In Memoriam
Comment by Scott King on August 2, 2009 at 15:20
Mr. Russell, if you can channel your contacts to this group, you can do an group wide email to them for FREE. Think about it. This group would make an excellent "official" Russell Fan Club. Thanks for starting one. I do get your magazines and they are extremely high quality publications with excellent photos.
Comment by Trent Rock on August 2, 2009 at 14:45
Welcome to iKC A.G.!! Thanks for signing up!! I'm SURE the collectors here would love to look at your designs!!

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