Knife Collecting

Knife collecting is an extremely rewarding experience for knife enthusiasts. There truly is a knife for everyone. Many increase or hold their value throughout the years, making collecting knives something to pass on to the next generation of knife collectors. Click here to get a FREE digital magazine about knife collecting from BLADE.

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Don Shipman made an edged-weapon set that includes a knife with a sheath, a tomahawk, a bonnet and a war club.

Green Beret’s Edged-Weapon Set Up For Auction

Don Shipman of Shipman Knife & Hawk and Longfear Forge in Waco, Texas, has made a Rogers’ Rangers III edged-weapon set for auction to benefit the Green Beret Foundation, which helps Special Forces members and their families. This new set includes items that the precursor to today’s U.S. Army Ranger would...

D2 Tool Steel Just Keeps Cutting

D2 tool steel just keeps cutting. It’s been around a long time and enjoys a solid reputation among custom and factory knifemakers and knife users. As with many high-performance steels, it experiences a range of highs and lows in popularity, and at the moment seems to be enjoying a high. A...

Knife events will be promoted on our BLADE Calendar, starting now.

Fill BLADE Calendar With Your Knife Events

We’ve added a calendar to BLADEmag.com. Now, we need your knife events to fill in the BLADE Calendar. We’ll take anything to do with knives: shows, seminars, workshops, hammer-ins, demonstrations, shop tours, classes, throwing competitions, open meetings at your knife club. You supply the details below. We’ll enter it onto the...

choil for the knife

Can You Define Knife Choil?

Is a knife choil a nick, a notch, a finger groove or something else? And besides, what’s the difference between a nick and a notch? What it is is one of those knife-specific terms that seems to evade proper definition by many, everyone from knife newbies to knife aficionados. One definition for...

"Benchmade Tomahawk Secrets" is avaialbe in digital format for $4.99.

Browning launches Wihongi line of Maori-inspired knives

Jared Wihongi’s life and career is built on the warrior spirit of his Maori ancestors. He has practiced martial arts since he was a 10-year-old living in New Zealand, and the Filipino style of knife fighting, since he was 20, some 20-plus years ago. He also has his own signature line...

"Art of the Knife" is on sale for $21, a 40-percent savings.

A Knife Completes A Circle of Grieving

While at his parents’ Siloam Springs, Arkansas, home for Christmas break 2011, 20-year-old Dustin Chamberlain was shot dead by an intruder. Nearly five years later, knifemaker and racecar driver Stefan Neil Palmer was asked by his racing mentor if he would make a knife to auction off to raise money for...