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Hello everyone!! Were about to embark on a epic adventure here at HHH Knives. And I want to bring you guys along with us..
Were going to be forging some Meteorite damascus! Yep that is the "out of this world" reference. I just received a 4 lb. piece of Meteorite and with a little luck at the end of the process we will have a couple of extra amazing and beautiful billets of SPACE STEEL!
Theres a really amazing and cool story as to how I came across the piece of Meteorite..…
Just ordered a GEC 72 Lockback in American Elk.
Now I can't wait for it to arrive!
Added by Steve Hanner on October 27, 2011 at 9:00 — No Comments
anyone have any information on a good book about collecting Asian made knifes
please let me know.
From the time I was a young boy I loved looking and watching my dad buying and collecting knives.When he gave me my first knife I was in love . I starting going to places to buy knives. Some days I would go to the hardware store and just gaze thru the glass case thinking of witch one I wanted to get next. Then when I started working I would pull my knife out to cut something and people would ask me were I got that.and I would tell them. It always gave us something to talk about.
Name the person in the picture. Win.. nothing... except the admiration of your iKnife Collector Friends. I will give clues....
Added by Steve Hanner on October 15, 2011 at 20:36 — 1 Comment
I ordered this little knife Oct. 11th. It was a pink one I hadn’t seen before … a lady John Deere medium stockman. It arrived in the mail today. Pretty green tin, pretty velvet carrying case … pink jigged bone han … oh wait … is that a crack??? It didn't feel like a crack but it sure looked like a crack. I made a couple…Continue
Hey everybody Marty here with another gun and knife show .I attended this show earlier today in a town regularly visited by myself. I have to say I was a little disappointed compared to the last show I attended in Cape Girardeau the admission there was $6 and females got in for free. Today's event was $8 and females also had to pay. This event there were maybe 1 or 2 tables of knives and it didn't come close to having 300 tables like…Continue
Added by Marty Jay Petty on October 9, 2011 at 0:00 — No Comments
Everyone know that the economy is faltering BIG time. Now with constant headlines showing current unemployment, job losses, mortgage defaults and a government that seems unable or unwilling to commit to a course of action, it is inevitable that the perceived value of material items declines. With that said where do you see the value of collector knives in the future? Will that custom Stryker still be worth what you paid for it? Or how about a Platts Jumbo Toenail? Will collectible knives…Continue