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Zac Brown, Country Singer And His Knife "Grandaddy"!

Recently in the April issue of Knives Illustrated, an article was written about Zac Brown, a country singer and knife manufacturer.  My boss Bruce Voyles, wrote about Zac Brown and the “Grandaddy” Bowie he produces through his knife manufacturing company called Southern Grind.  Singer Brown is a big knife fan as well as a cook and guitar lover.  This article talks about this knife and Brown’s career.  Brown also has a love of children and is opening a camp for children with challenging mental disadvantages.  Below are some web sites to explore.  The article says you can buy this knife at Gander Mountain for $149.95.  Upon checking I see they are sold out.  On his web site they are $225.00.  What is your thoughts about reading more about knife fans who are famous and what knives they like to collect and use?





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Comment by Clint Thompson on May 3, 2012 at 8:50

Thanks everyone.  I appreciate your comments and value your opinions.  Aerosmith is another celeb who is a knife fan of Darrel Ralph.

Comment by Clint Thompson on May 3, 2012 at 8:48


Thanks for the comment.  The last article I sent in to KI was about the movie The Expendables.  The Expendables 2 is coming out August 17, a must see, so the KI issue which will be on the stands July 1st will have that article.  Pat you are right in that Stallone collects knives...but more "made for me" type then us common folk.  One of his personal....made for me....one of a kind was designed and made by Darrel Ralph.  It is called the AXD 3D.  You can see a picture of this knife at;  http://www.darrelralph.com/.  I will have a production model next month which is called AXD 5.5 3D Expendables.

Comment by Seth King on May 2, 2012 at 23:03
Love his music. The knife.......not so much. Just not really my style. Would like to see more of his knives in the future though. It's surprising how many "celebrities" are into collecting both knives and guns.
Comment by Jan Carter on May 2, 2012 at 18:56

He is one of my favorite country singers.  Had no idea.  Wonder if he will attend the Blade Show?

Comment by J.J. Smith III on May 2, 2012 at 15:18

That sounds like a winning combination, Clint. 

Hope that he likes something other than his own creations though.

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