For those who like to carv/whittle something. We will talk about all knife types for whittling, about types of wood and types of whittling.If you just collect a Whittler knives, you are also invited!See More
"You bet...would love to see it. Kevin D here on iKC is also an avid bayonet collector - he specializes in Japanese and Swiss bay's....mostly because he has the rifles to fit them.
But yea - as my bio states, I love antique swords....when…"
"Thanks Lars, I see you're a collector of bayonets. I know nothing about bayonets, but have one that has been passed down to me. It's supposedly a Japanese bayonet from WWII (but you know how family war stories can be). I'll send you a…"
"Wow...an instant friend request...I'm honored! :-)
Yea...that's how most everyone discovers the place...me included a few years back. This is probably one of the funnest, cleanest, and most enjoyable hobby sites I have seen and been a part…"
"Hi Heavy L - welcome to iKC! We're glad you're here.
This is normally where I would extend some hospitality and say something like "feel free to browse around and explore the different groups"...but I see you already did that.…"
"THE KNIVES HELPING TO BUILD AMERICA SINCE 1926"Colonial Knife was incorporated in 1926 by the Paolantonio brothers; Antonio, Domenic, Fredrick . Prior to the three brothers forming Colonial Knife, they each worked in other occupations which would hone their skills as manufactures and businessmen.The brothers proved they had the skills needed to achieve success. Antonio handling the sales, Domenic the finances and Frederick the manufacturing process. The 20’s and 30’s would prove to be…See More
A group dedicated to knives and equipment used by Scouts, Hikers, Fishers, Sailors and all the other outdoor adventurers. A place to show off everything from the knife in your bug-out bag to your tackle box. Or the knife you take on a day hike or climbing the Matterhorn.A - Z Index, knives of the great outdoorsSee More
Yea...that's how most everyone discovers the place...me included a few years back. This is probably one of the funnest, cleanest, and most enjoyable hobby sites I have seen and been a part of. When they talk about this place being a "community", it really is!
You'll see a bunch a regulars, then quiet for a while, then we all get excited over someone's latest find and ooh and ahh over it. I think it's great. Even my junk stuff gets praised - which never hurts the Polish ego.
So lemme ask a question here....your name has an L in it, so does mine. You have a bird representing you...so do I in the form of my family coat of arms emblazoned on the Imperial Polish eagle. Are you my long lost brother? :-)
And that my friend is the kind of shenanigans that goes on here when not showing off your latest knife.
Hi Heavy L - welcome to iKC! We're glad you're here.
This is normally where I would extend some hospitality and say something like "feel free to browse around and explore the different groups"...but I see you already did that. And what, joined 10 of them. You da man! :-D
And I see you're based in Dallas...we're neighbors! Well, almost anyway, maybe 30 miles apart kind of neighbors.
If after you reached the end of the internet and discovered everything iKC has to offer and you still have questions, feel free to ask away. Always someone around to lend a hand. Looking forward to seeing you on the boards...