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Tuna Valley Cutlery Co.

Tuna Valley Cutlery Company is an exclusive line of traditional knives geared towards the contemporary collector. They are only made in limited edition runs, and they are known for their superior specialty steels, and the most beautiful, natural handle materials.

Website: http://www.danielsfamilyknives.com
Location: Southern Ohio
Members: 142
Latest Activity: Dec 23, 2018

NEWs FROM TUNA

Now, a new chapter has begun for Ryan and Courtney Daniels.  "Daniels Family Knife Brands" is offering the exiting new Excelsior Knife Company line of knives directly crafted by the knife makers that also design them.

They also are continuing the very popular Tuna Valley Cutlery Co. knife brand, marketed towards the contemporary collector.

Thanks to everyone for all their support over the years, and we hope to talk with you in person at one of the many knife shows we attend throughout the year! We have many projects on the horizon, and hope you check here often to see what is coming next.

Discussion Forum

Tuna's in the woods!

Started by Carl Bradshaw. Last reply by Carl Bradshaw Nov 15, 2018. 101 Replies

I took the day off work today and spent a little time out in the woods with my camera and tripod, and a pack full of knives.  I got some pretty nice pictures that I am happy with.1906 - Pearl Ladies…Continue

Tuna Valley Production List

Started by Carl Bradshaw. Last reply by Carl Bradshaw Oct 9, 2018. 17 Replies

Hi Courtney, I had a question that I was hoping you could help with, regarding the production history for the Tuna Valley knives.I know the about the first 2 years that Perry Miller released the…Continue

Just getting started.

Started by Dennis. Last reply by Leo Lantz Oct 4, 2016. 7 Replies

I think the Tuna line is outstanding and I have just got started on my hunt. Thanks Daniels for this product line.

~NEW HANDLE SERIES~ Time Keeper by Garett Finney

Started by Courtney Daniels. Last reply by Jan Carter Nov 5, 2015. 9 Replies

     Daniels Family Knives…Continue

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Comment by Carl Bradshaw on December 23, 2018 at 20:33

Check out their new website too!

Comment by Jan Carter on December 23, 2018 at 20:12

We can certainly hope Carl!  I will let you know if I hear anything

Comment by Carl Bradshaw on December 23, 2018 at 19:17

I saw in the Dec issue of Knife Magazine that the Tuna Valley brand is continuing to be made. Hopefully we'll see some new releases in 2019!

Comment by Carl Bradshaw on October 3, 2018 at 17:50

Everyone needs to check out the 2018 Tuna Valley knives. They are some of the most unique Tuna's ever made. I have some new photos in the "Tuna's in the woods!" thread where you can see photos of them.

Comment by Carl Bradshaw on July 22, 2018 at 21:12

Did anyone see the final Tuna Valley release? burl wood handles with copper bolsters!

Comment by Carl Bradshaw on May 24, 2018 at 19:02

Everyone should check out the new 2018 Tuna Valley.  It is one of the last knives produced out of the Queen factory before it closed. Pretty awesome to be able to own one. I have a photo in the "Tuna in the Woods" thread here.

http://iknifecollector.com/group/danielsfamilyknives/forum/topics/t...

Comment by Carl Bradshaw on March 10, 2018 at 15:16

For anyone interested, I see there is a 2012 Tuna Valley ebony wood lockback (stabber jack) knife just listed on ebay. I know these ones are pretty hard to find. I've only seen 3 come up for sale in the last 4 years.  I don't know the seller, and am not promoting for him, and am not bidding on it. I just thought I would share what I saw. I have one of these and it is quite a nice knife.

Comment by Carl Bradshaw on March 1, 2018 at 14:03

I can't buy one of those in Pennsylvania either. But it's no problem if I go to Ohio, buy it, and then bring it back to PA.  Confusing stupid laws that make no sense at all.

Comment by Ron Dumeah on March 1, 2018 at 12:01

I could never own that knife here in Canada. Sad.


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Comment by Charles Sample on March 1, 2018 at 10:10

Wow, that is a very nice one!

 
 
 

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