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It was great to meet the other dealers that are iKC supporters, Frank Powers Franks Classic Knives, Ken Mundhenk Blue Creek Cutlery, deal on the phone with TSA knives Greg Holmes... If there were others there i didnt get to meet them.
but these guys are all salt of the earth and great people.. I just hope one day I can retain what Frank Powers has forgotten about knives. So Dealer to Dealer your in great hands with any iKC supported dealers, because Jan just dont take money for…Continue
March 7/8/9 in Dalton GA
THE KNIFE ROAD SHOW
This will be the next Knife show iKC attends. It promises to be a good one with many sponsors and members in attendance. Donnie and I are looking forward to spending time with members, so let's think…Continue
Named at this past weekend's 2012 BLADE Show (www.bladeshow.com) at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Georgia, the Blade Magazine 2012 Knife-Of-The-Year® Awards went to the finest production knives the world has to offer.
KAI USA and its knife divisions of Kershaw, Zero Tolerance and Shun dominated the awards, taking home four of the honors: Overall, Best Buy, Knife Collaboration and Kitchen Knife. DPx Gear was a…Continue
As for a lot of us we love collecting knives. but it seems before you know it there are so many knives they are crowding your wife's shelves in the hutch and taking up room on the shelf under the t.v, even hanging on the walls. This happens to a lot of us knife collector's. Sometimes we seem overwhelmed because we like to show off our collection. We don't want them sitting in a drawers and safes and places were they can not be seen. Even when you put them in knife rolls it seems like you…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