Fairbanks, Alaska, knifemaker Mark Knapp not only built and reportedly patented a cool .1911 Combat Survivor Knife, but he recently received some well-deserved press on the piece.
This gentleman was interested in buying the "First 25 years of BLADE Collection: 1973-1997" DVD.
The reasons to have knives photographed are many.
These are models some of the largest knife manufacturers in the world plan to debut at the show, so consider this a "sneak peek," if you will.
An informative article written by Mike Haskew on how traveling with knives presents challenges is posted on the American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) website.
Buck Knives announces a new product licensing partnership with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).
Congratulations to knifemaker Jim Elliott, who is featured in Florida's Highlands Today for growing hundreds of varieties of orchids, and for being a spectacular knifemaker.