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We got 4 inches in a few hours then - poof - it quit. After getting the walks shoveled, I had to play with the dog and take some pictures. Isis the wonder dog ( you wonder what she's going to do next ) loves the snow. We play catch with tennis balls until they get lost under the snow, then she catches snowballs I toss to her. Later, we watch the squirrels eat peanuts that my wife has put out. The little house is my wife's sunshed where she grows flowers in the winter. She has a cherry…Continue
A New Year is about to start and all of us hope your New Year is happy and healthy. 2012 promises to be an exciting year for knife collecting. new shows, new blades, new colors, new patterns and yes perhaps some new pricing!
Changes of all kinds may occur in 2012, including shifts in priorities, in planning, with associations, clubs and our very knife rights may be challenged or face serious erosion. Think for a minute about the strategic planning…Continue
Added by Steve Hanner on December 31, 2011 at 6:00 — 3 Comments
With the order headed in and the final stages being set for this...we do have the ability to add a few more knives. Since there have been new members come on board, I thought it would be nice if we let them have an opportunity to order one of these beauties also.
THIS IS A LIMITED TIME OFFER, THERE ARE JUST A…Continue
Here's wishing all iKC members a very blessed Christmas and a happy
and fulfilling 2012.
iKC is great in allowing me to interact with people with similar
interest internationally. it has also been instrumental in keeping me off
the streets,forcing me to take up photography as well as upgrade my computer skills.
I am giving this knife away on Christams Day 2011.
Blue Elk Nessmuk
Blade: 440C stainless steel, 5 inch long, 1/8 inch thick, 1 3/4 inch wide. Hollow ground, satin finish.
Overall Length: 9 inches.
Handle: Stabilzed Elk
Sheath: Brown Leather Pouch
Weight: 11.8 oz. with sheath.
Shipping: Free USPS Priority Shipping to Continental U.S.
How to win? There are 3 ways to enter:
1. Send me a PM "I Want the Nessmuk"
2. Just find this…
This has been a great year for collecting knives and with the end coming soon I thought that maybe some of us might like to post a picture or two of knives acquired during the year. Lets see some of those knives great and small.
Knives Illustrated is doing a Knife survey. They will be running this survey for roughly 45 days, with the results to be published in Knives Illustrated Magazine Buyers Guide this fall. You may vote as many times as you wish, but you do have to leave your email each time you log in. Please check back as we will be adding some categories. If you have a category you would recommend please send your suggestions to…Continue
Hello to all!
I am a serious collector of both damascus knives and damascus billets. I am currently buying billets from such makers as Robert Eggerling (quilt damascus and slanted quilt damascus), Chad Nichols, Devin Thomas, Robert Calcinore, and others.
I am looking for unsual damascus billets made by anyone. I have been told that some Swedish blacksmiths are creating some very innovative and unusual damascus patterns - one in fact apparently has made 5…Continue
So tomorrow I'm taking the first of the knives that I made to the local sporting good store to see if they can sell it.
Here's what it looks like with it's case:
Offcourse I'll have a certificate that's signed and dated accompany it where in the materials and the…Continue
This may wel be a good time to be supporting the American Knife and Tool Institute. These auctions help fund the leagl fights to retain our rights as knife owners
Added by Jan Carter on December 7, 2011 at 21:32 — No Comments
OK ...we now have a deadline on our 2011 iKC Knife. All orders, address and payment information must be in place no later than December 17th. That is our last possible day to guarantee a 2011 tang stamp.
So that means if you indicated you want a knife we have to know all the information and have it in place for GEC no later than Saturday December 17th.…Continue
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