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"THE CANADIAN EMBASSY" hosted by Ron Dumeah

This group is for anyone with common interest of manufacture, discussion or acquiring knives for collection. 

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So where do you folks snag your knives?

Started by Arjun Gandhi. Last reply by Shlomo ben Maved Apr 1, 2012. 10 Replies

Title is pretty explanatory. I'm curious to know where all of you snag your blades from. Do you go into a store and buy in person, or just an online guy/gal? Myself, I've got a few places I…Continue

Tags: S.R., Knives, Stores, Blade, Knife

Let me take a moment to introduce myself.

Started by Jeff Maron. Last reply by Jeff Maron Feb 27, 2012. 12 Replies

Hello everyone,     I am Jeff Maron…Continue

Canadian Knifemakers guild show!

Started by Arjun Gandhi. Last reply by Jan Carter Feb 15, 2012. 2 Replies

There has to be at least one other person who made it out to this. Fantastic show. very happy.  Great people and great gear.  Here are a couple of vids I made. Sloppy I know, and missed quite a bit…Continue

Tags: Elson, Eric, Brian, Tighe, Strider

Canadian Connection

Started by Smiling-Knife. Last reply by Smiling-Knife Feb 14, 2012. 4 Replies

I thought a thread on knives with a Canadian connection would be of interest. For example,  this may include souvenir knives, advertising knives and knives with a cultural or historical connection to…Continue

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Comment by Shlomo ben Maved on April 17, 2010 at 17:51
There is also Skalja Knives in what I would call a semi custom folder maker as they sell their knives to various dealers -- like AG Russell for resale...I've handled them, lovely things, but haven't gotten one and don't think I would in future either as I'm not into that style of folder too much...

There is a YYZ company called Canada Knives that has some quite nice designs but I don't know anything about them, where/how they are made but they have a fair number of their own label/brand on their site...Their machete/kukhri blades have some interesting variations...

I have every version of Grohmann’s D.H. Russell Belt Knives -- original and flat blade in both Rosewood and Stag, if available and a 7pc set of their better quality kitchen knives with block...
Comment by Arjun Gandhi on April 17, 2010 at 16:51
Hey Andrew,

Actually I just ordered one from the clearance section for about 36 bucks. It's not the classic designs, but those are on the 'to buy' list over the summer (yay paid internships). I was going to get carbon steel for those. As for edge retention the one I ordered was stated to be tempered softer and it's in stainless. I guess it won't hold the best edge, but should be easy as hell to sharpen.

http://www.grohmannknives.com/pages/clearance.html
It's the first knife.
Comment by Arjun Gandhi on April 15, 2010 at 18:37
Does anyone know of any Canadian branded knives (not customs)? The only good one I'm familiar with is Grohmann.
Comment by Jakub Capek on April 9, 2010 at 16:45
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