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Jay Enterkin
  • Burlington, NC
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Local Knife Meetups - Clubs, Swap Meets, Luncheons, whatever

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Enterkin Feb 25, 2015. 6 Replies

As much as I enjoy iKnifeCollector.com, I would REALLY enjoy meeting other people locally who share the same interest in knives, knife collecting and related topics.I have looked high and low for…Continue

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User/Collector
How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Google
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
No
How long have you collected knives?
3- 5 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
most any kind - modern, traditinal, fixed blade, I like most types!
About Me
I have used pocket knives most of my life, but I've only been collecting knives for a couple of years. I am more into "users" than show pieces.
Interests
Hiking, travel, camping, shooting, reading, dining, and of course knives.
Other Hobbies
Movie memorabilia, IDPA, pewter miniatures.

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At 2:10 on November 2, 2015, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

At 15:22 on March 1, 2015, tim payne said…

hey jay. sorry for the confusion, and no such thing as dumb questions.  SEKI made knives were knives produced from the SEKI plant in Japan during the 1980s.  I assume most of that statement to be correct, Jan is well versed on this knowledge also.  Parker and some of the makers I have mentioned above, had their knives produced there during that time.  What I have been told, Jim Parker bought part of the SEKI plant back in the early 1980s.  Jim Parker produced the IMAI brand stamp for Parker brand knives during this era.  Not sure on the longevity of this IMAI brand for Parker made knives.  Know that many other brands were produce there as well, with the SEKI name also.  Hope this was helpful Jay, and I welcome Jan to come on board and educate both us hopefully.

Thanks Tim

At 20:57 on February 16, 2015, Billy Oneale said…

Welcome to iKC!

At 9:42 on February 16, 2015, John Bamford said…

Welcome to iKC Jay.

At 23:45 on February 15, 2015, J.J. Smith III said…

At 21:18 on February 15, 2015, Bob Robinson said…

Welcome Jay. Glad you found iKC.

At 17:45 on February 15, 2015, Steve Scheuerman (Manx) said…

Hey there, Jay! Welcome to iKnife! Come on in, kick back and check things out. There's some handy tips on our front page to help you find your way around, and some fantastic people in the Chat room if you have any questions or want to shoot the breeze. Site rules are also on the main page, and if you get creative, you can customise your My Page to suit your own style! Hope you enjoy your stay with us! Great to have you on board!

At 16:28 on February 15, 2015,
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Charles Sample
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Jay, thanks for joining the Arsenal group!  Glad to have you in the group.  I look forward to your posts.

At 16:27 on February 15, 2015,
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Jeremy B. Buchanan
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At 16:22 on February 15, 2015, Jay Enterkin said…

Thanks Charles!  I look forward to participating in the iKC Arsenal Group.

 
 
 

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