American Bladesmith Society master smith Aaron Wilburn was recently featured in a human interest news story written by Tom Stienstra on the San Francisco Gate online blog.
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I got some good-natured ribbing at the 2014 BLADE Show, because of my EDC folder, when one guy saw me take out a Gerber Bear Grylls lockback folder.
The American Knife and Tool Institute launched a revised website, www.AKTI.org, with accurate information about the laws that impact knife businesses and owners in every state.
It's always nice when mainstream media, in this case the Philadelphia Daily News, covers a local knifemaker and the knives he creates.
Among other things, the movie First Blood starring Sylvester Stallone as Rambo, revolutionized the knife industry through the sudden vast popularity of the Rambo knife. Though the movie was more action flick than true survival doc, the premise was solid when you think about it—a Spec Ops soldier returns from war, highly trained, but suffering from...
"This Built America," a new multimedia platform from AOL exploring the companies and people reimagining American manufacturing, visited Jacksonville, Alabama, and profiled a knife factory that is a family beyond its owners—Bear & Son Cutlery.