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The knife nut's Valhalla!  This is simply a place you have to visit to believe.  The sign is correct.

I don't think I could have ever imagined seeing this much stock, old and new as exist in this place.  Old, new, historical, it's all there.  The staff is friendly and helpful and the checkout system is very efficient and effective.  The number of interesting displays is impressive and informative.  There are ample animal displays as well.  Heck, the store even has a waterfall.  I wish I had brought a guide with me as the store is immense...3 levels or more depending on how you count.

I posted many more photos in an album.  If you have a chance to visit this place don't pass it up.  It is worth the trip just to walk through.  You might see something you want (lol) so you might want to bring a couple of dollars with you.  This place is 81 miles from my driveway so you can bet it will not be my last visit.

Queens, S & M's, GEC's, Canal Street, Case, Rough Riders, every brand of modern folder and tactical you can think of... it's all there.  The number of "old" Cases for sale was impressive.  This day created a lot of memories for me.  Look forward to my next visit in May for the Case celebration.  Maybe I want be so google eyed this time.

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Comment by Charles Sample on March 17, 2014 at 20:17

Great pics David.  The place is awesome!  When I was in Pigeon Forge on vacation last year, I visited three times and still didn't get enough!

Comment by Ken Spielvogel on March 17, 2014 at 9:10

Many of us feel the same way you did David on our first visit. I can't wait to go back. Thanks for showing us some more pics.

Comment by J.J. Smith III on March 17, 2014 at 8:29
First time I visited SMKW, I was like a kid in a candy shop.
The place is awesome, and definitely worth a trip to see it.
(Prices on the knives are good too.)

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