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.
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.
I asked some industry professionals which of the knives in their respective company lines would make nice gifts for Mom on Mother's day, and here's what a few of them had to say.
Here's plenty of proof that a fillet knife can be put to extreme use, and still be a work of art.