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The site is telling me there's an "Error" every time I try to upload pictures. I can upload pictures to a group discussion fine, but not my photo album. I get this message;"We tried to upload the file(s) you selected, but encountered errors. Please…Continue
There's has been a fair amount of talk and interest on the Case Collectors Club for Case to do a Wharncliffe Peanut. There's a good chance that they will do one sometime. But, I decided to go ahead and modify one myself. This should give you a good…Continue
Is it just me, or do you too find yourself looking at the pictures posted and you think to yourself "What brand is that?", "What handle material is that?", etc.?I think it would be really nice if when posting pictures, a little bit of information…Continue
Possibly one of the most popular fixed blades of modern times. Once upon a time if you wanted a Sharpfinger, it was Schrade, or no Sharpfinger at all! Now since the demise of Schrade, a bunch of companies are making a "Sharpfinger"!If you have never…Continue
Everyone has their favorite knives, but I've read about guys LOVING these things to death!I've owned just about every type knife, but I've never had one of these. But, that will change!They are sooo sleek, trim and graceful!Do you have any? How do…Continue
I always liked Yellow handles. Not my number one favorite, but I like them, a lot. Don't know what it is. there is something about yellow handles. They just look good to me. I know a lot of other people like them and collect them. I remember looong…Continue
It's coming! My favorite time of year......Christmas! With all the special feelings, family, friends, good food, the lights........and KNIVES!Christmas Tree handled knives. They used to be pretty common. Don't see anyone doing any these days too…Continue
EDC; EveryDay CarryOCD; Obsessive-compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors that make them feel driven to do something (compulsions). Do…Continue
Okay, who here also collects knife picks/blade openers? I want to see them! You say "But, I don't collect them, I just have one or two." Fine, I still want to see them!I've had a few over the years, but, only have one left. I HAVE been tempted by…Continue
Many consider "U.S. Military Knives - Bayonets and Machetes - By M.H. Cole" To be the holy grail of military knife books. It is, at least one of if not THE, best military knife books ever written. I am glad to say I still have mine. I have see them going for $180.00!
If you have one, you know how excellent it is. If you don't have one, is it worth the high prices now asked? If you love military knives, I say yes!
I can't believe the incredible quantity of…Continue
BERNARD LEVINE is the leading full-time writer on knives and cutlery in the world today.Continue
Since 1971 he has researched the history and identification of knives, as well as the art and
technology of knifemaking.
Besides the four widely acclaimed editions of his Levine's Guide to Knives and
Their Values (1985, 1989, 1993, 1997), his knife books include: …
Not two knives, but two different manufacturing periods. If you have looked at many Schrade-Waldens you will find that you will come across some that don't look like others, as far as machining, grinding, and handles. Those with celluloid handles and bone look exactly like Schrade Cuts, but are stamped "Schrade-Walden". Exactly. The second Schrade-Walden you'll encounter is made exactly like their later "Schrade" marked knives. Exactly...machining, grinding, everything. And the'll have…Continue
I'd just like to share this Cattaraugus Cutlery Co. straight razor with everyone.
This was my grandfather's razor. He got it while he was the manager of the Gaut & Becker Hardware Store in Jeannette Pennsylvania in the 1930's. These were made up for the store, as you can see the Gaut & Becker - Jeannette Pennsylvania etch.
This is one of my cherished possessions...........…Continue