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There are many different kinds of sheaths. I like the ones that snap up on the knife handle. The ones that snap lower around the thumb piece, to me, does not work well. Its easy to get the knife out, but not so easy to get the knife back in.
Below is a picture of 10 different kinds of knife sheaths.
Do you have any different kinds or pictures of sheaths.
Just suppose you found Aladdin's Lamp and had just one wish and that wish was "You could have any knife you wanted, no matter the cost". What would it be?
I've been thinking about this years Anniversary Blog for some time now, …Continue
I think it is our Members and of course the Knives.
What do you think, it is?
These are some pics of a 2 ton granite ball that rotates on top of it's base for some unknown reason in a cemetary in Sullivan, IL. It broke free from it's base a couple of years after it was erected, and very slowly revolves- The name Johnson was originally straight across the ball- In the 1940's they used a crane and recemented it in its original position. After about 2 years. it broke free again and started rotating again- If you notice the chip in one of the photos. that it where it…Continue
A long while back an ex-member said "there is just so much you can say about knives" and that we would run out of things to talk about. I personally don't think so. I could talk knives all day long and the night too. There is so many aspects of knife collecting and using that we may be talking for years to come.
One question I'd like to pose to ya'll is "what is your favorite knife topic"? Steels, handle materials, history etc.
My favorite topic is Hammer Forging knife…Continue