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Added by Terry Ray on July 3, 2015 at 19:52 — 3 Comments
Spend any time on the internet whatsoever looking up knife stuff, and you’re bound to hit a few dozen discussions regarding “cheap” knives. In this context, cheap is referring to poor quality in materials, construction, performance, or any combination thereof. Today, cheap knives are almost synonymous with anything made in China, Pakistan, or other parts of Asia.
This is unfortunate, because many inexpensive knives come from these same regions, and they are anything but cheap. Even…Continue
Added by Lars Ray on March 15, 2015 at 14:56 — 10 Comments
That knife you just aquired has a tang stamp that ID 's the maker. Most of us are familier with 95 percent of the manufactuers, but what about new collectors or a stamp that we just havent looked at before?
where do you go to ID a knife ? what is you personal choice of reference?
This may help new and old collectors alike.
Lets see the pictures and tell us what kind of knives you have found at Yard sales, Estate sales, Rummage sales
etc... I run across many deals some really great knife finds , some just fun silly finds.
Added by Terry Ray on January 30, 2014 at 0:42 — 14 Comments
I am and have been involved with a lot of knife clubs, not one of them has brought the pleasure and fun that iKC has
the clubs always end up the same, fewer people show, except to get the club knife. Lots of disagreements
arguments, etc,,, Hard feelings over chosen or not chosen ideas. iKC is a fresh exciting idea cultivated by a group in a knife club that just happens to be online. The perspective here is open, friendly and never dull!
So, i try to expose all my…Continue
Added by Terry Ray on January 26, 2014 at 9:31 — 6 Comments
It's a great day today and a very Happy Birthday to iKC ! Yes, just 3 years ago, iKnife Collector became a reality. From our earnest start it was destined to become a quality, friendly knife collecting community with the idea all members are bound together through their passion for knives.
Our founder was none other than, writer and publisher of the Cutlery Journal Scott King, who worked tirelessly in the early day to launch iKnife Collector. This was his vision, that all knife…Continue
Added by Steve Hanner on April 14, 2012 at 7:00 — 6 Comments
Well this has been a fascinating journey. Thank you who have joined us on this journey. I hope you are all as excited as I am to be coming down to the wire on this wonderful knife. For those of you still receiving emails asking for the final pieces of information...Please RESPOND and thank you for those that have so graciously already given me their information. By the way, anyone looking to pick one up let me know, we may have 1 or 2 up for grabs.
As this week moves…Continue
Added by Jan Carter on January 15, 2012 at 18:26 — 43 Comments
This has become quite the project. If you have received a message from me .....PLEASE I AM BEGGING YOU, provide me the missing info as quickly as possible. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE
Now for the fun part…
Added by Jan Carter on January 4, 2012 at 20:00 — 8 Comments
I am so very pleased to announce a selection for the 2011 iKnife Collector knife. Our selection is:
From GEC, a Tidioute w/ lanyard hole, Item Number 722111. The blade is 1095 steel and is a Spear blade. The knife will have Indian Choffee handles. The knife will also have a round shield that will say iKC. Along with the knife GEC will provide a Certificate of Authenticity(COA) and will say 2011. We expect a delivery date somewhere toward the end of January to the end of February. The…Continue
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