Making knives is a rewarding hobby or career, but nearly every step is a chance for injury. Here are five horror stories from knife shops, as submitted by BLADE magazine readers.
— Read on blademag.com/knifemaking/knife-shop-horror-stories
Phil Gibbs, long time AG Russell knife designer talks with Mr. Becker now 73 about some great knives.
My own Father fought in the tank battles of the Korean War now in his 90’s ….
How World War II Forged the Custom Knife Industry – Blade Magazine
— Read on blademag.com/knife-history/how-world-war-ii-forged-the-custom-knife-industry
Almost always this question comes up of how to behave at a knife show. Many thanks to Blade Magazine Editor Steve Shakleford for the recent update!
Practice proper knife show etiquette and your entire knife show experience will benefit as a result. Fail to practice it and you may miss out on hot knives.
— Read on blademag.com/blade-show/always-practice-proper-knife-show-etiquett
An interesting article here…this steel will have some applications for knifemaking!
What is the Hardest Steel on Earth? – Blade Magazine
— Read on blademag.com/knifemaking/what-is-the-hardest-steel-on-earth
Karl Anderson of Anderson Forge talks about an absolutely great fish knife made by Steve of Red Rock Tools, South Dakota. I should add Steve is a former Forged in Fire Champion and quite a knifemaker.
Just listen to the praise from another accomplished knifemaker for this knife.
Forged in Fire Champion Ryu Lim creates a Forged Viking style axe. Enjoy the video!
Well here is a link to the official results! Many videos available for knives that premiered at the show. I will try to feature some of those so our readers know what new things are coming!
Blade Magazine is getting closer to Blade Show an exciting time for knife makers, customers historians and leaders of the knife industry.
Here is a little history;
Our friends at Blade Magazine with some great advice on buying an Every Day Carry knife