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This blog is written to share my experiences regarding the operation of my small knife business. Some of the experiences are good, some are not good, and some are in the middle somewhere. I would say my business is not a success yet because my expenses are larger than my income. However I am not going to quit yet, because I don’t think I have given it enough time. I am lucky I don’t need to do this for a living.
I finally purchased this Russell "Daddy" Barlow. About 5" long when closed with great saw cut handles, Russell with the arrow thru the "R" is etched on the blade as if it just came from the factory.
The tang has the Russell logo in a diamond shape, and the "R" with the arrow is emblazoned.
What is almost as nice as this 'minty' knife? It came wrapped in the original waxed-paper covering sitting in the original Russell box that displays the logo for John Russell Green River…Continue
I have a reverse tang stamp on a buck folding hunter which I think dates it 1968-1970 I'm having trouble getting any info on if this is correct and value of such a knife ? Any help out ther people?
I joined your iKinfe Collector today and I must admit that I'm a bit confused and lost.
I'm french and I love knives as you di but also photography.
One of my objective is to provide the best photography for the best knives.
You will discover my collection and it will begin with handmade folding knives.
So here are the guidelines
Post a picture of your IKC Community knife with something unique to your area and enter it here. Lets see how creative we can be with our own state or country
I will choose 3 impartial judges. I think we run this from November 9th to November 24th. Lets see if we can get every knife to show back up on here. Ready, set, SHOOT YOUR PICTURES!…Continue
My Dad, still MY hero
Show us your heros.......................Lets celebrate their lives, togeather
We're closing in on Veteran's Day which is November 11. In an ongoing effort to show support for our wounded vets through the Wounded Warrior Project, I've got what I think is kind of a special knife to offer this year. It's no secret that I'm a big supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project and past auctions have always been successful in raising funds to help out our returning wounded. Even though our combat role…Continue
I am a gun and knife collector and would like to know if anybody knows if the Case Knife Company ever produced a John Wayne Bowie Knife. I own a Chief Crazy Horse Knife and gun and was told Case made a John Wayne knife that looked a great deal like the Crazy Horse.
One day not long ago a customer told me this true story. He had a rather valuable knife with him and forgot to leave it in the car when he was flying out on a commercial aircraft. He got all the way to the security guards and they of course found the knife and would not let him past the security gate. He did not have enough time to take the knife back to the car or he would miss his flight. He pleaded with the guards to hold it for him, send it to him and pay them handsomely to do this,…Continue
Okay, the title says it all. I am not a english major, so don't ridicule my composition skills.
This blog will be my outlet for honest opinions and facts of knives that I found intriguing enough to buy for myself. With that being said, let us begin.
6/4/2013 Coming soon another rank amateur review. Subject: Corneta Wotan
What aspects should I highlight? Any particular tests you want performed? I plan to beat the heck out of it anyway.
Let me know soon. I would…Continue