John Broughton, Jr.
  • Cary, NC
  • United States
  • "It is not the easy way, but…
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"It is not the easy way, but it is the Cowboy Way"...Riders in the Sky.
How did you hear about iKnifeCollector?
Do you currently subscribe to any knife publication (offline)
How long have you collected knives?
26 to 30 years
Favorite Kind of Knives
Mine. Really, the ones made by Emerge Knife Company. Randall knives are my favorite, I also like Rade Hawkins.
About Me
John grew up enjoying the outdoors. He grew up in a rural area, and spent every chance he could exploring the wilderness, going fishing, and hunting.
John has over eight years experience working in the aviation division of the North Carolina Army National Guard and for Department of Defense as an aircraft technician. He maintained the AH-64 Apache Helicopters in numerous roles, as a mechanic, armament specialist, and electronics repair. He also served as a machinist for the NC National Guard, at the central facility in Raleigh, NC. During his tenure in the NC National Guard, he served as the Marksmanship Coordinator for a battalion and competed in both pistol and rifle for both the NC National Guard and the All Guard Team as a primary rifle competitor, shooting the National Match Course of fire and long range competitions.
He has always been an avid sportsman, hunter and competitive shooter. Along with this experience, he received degrees from NC State University, Wake Technical Community College in Machining Technology and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Campbell University.
NRA – Life Member
North Carolina Lifetime Sportsman Member
Knight’s Of Columbus Member
Knife Making, Fishing, Hunting, Competitive Marksmanship, Family
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At 18:37 on March 18, 2013,
J. Mutz Knives

Hey fellow knifemaker. Nice work.

At 12:13 on January 5, 2010,
CaptJeff Saylor
hey John saw that you had some questions that you posted on the knife makers group. if you still need any help, just ask! there isnt very much discussion going on it that group, and i will be happy to help you with whatever you need!

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At 19:51 on December 11, 2009,
CaptJeff Saylor
hey John! nice shop, great looking knives, cool website, thanks for sharing! good to see another maker on here!!

Captain, CJS knives
At 8:04 on December 11, 2009,
In Memoriam
Scott King
Hey John, if I understand your question you must go to their My Page or the Members page and add them individually as Friends. Then you can email to them.
At 8:22 on December 9, 2009, John Broughton, Jr. said…
We like to ship some product-but we have not got many buyers on our first offering of the Carolina Trailblazer by Emerge. We just opened the week before Thanksgiving so we are going to make a push to first of year. Check us out at emergeknifecompany.com!
At 20:50 on December 8, 2009, Randy, HHH Knives said…
Glad it worked out for ya. I use them alot for supplies. and stuff! They are very nice to deal with and the quality has always been good! A winning combination..

All is well here at HHH. How about you?
At 16:15 on December 8, 2009, John Broughton, Jr. said…
That Jants Supply is great! Thank you. We are looking at a couple of new projects for the new year.
How is your business going Randy at HHH Knives?
At 16:11 on December 8, 2009, Randy, HHH Knives said…
Did you find the spacers you were looking for? If not I have a couple other suggestions. Let me know
Randy, HHH Knives
At 13:42 on December 8, 2009, Randy, HHH Knives said…
I seen your post on makers board. I recomend Jants for fiber spacers! I listed contact # for ya over there.
At 2:14 on November 18, 2009,
In Memoriam
Scott King
You're doing fine with getting your way around the community. Just like making knives... practice makes perfect, with a little help from your friends :)

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