The new November BLADE®, on most newsstands as of yesterday, features the knives made by Gil Hibben for the new action flick, The Expendables, the Blade Magazine 2010 Knives Of The Year®, some of the best custom knives from the BLADE Show, the American Bladesmith Society’s top annual knives, some of the latest hunters from the BLADE Show, some of the debut factory knives of the BLADE Show and much more.
Here’s a list, in the order they appear, of the makers’ and companies’ knives pictured editorially in the new November BLADE®: Gil Hibben, Strider, Chris Reeve, Columbia River Knife & Tool, Kershaw, Spyderco, Lion Steel, A.G. Russell Knives, Spartan Blades, Stone River Gear, Pro-Tech, Shaun and Sharla Hansen, Tad Lynch, John Horrigan, Vince Evans, Jody Muller, Bob Dozier and Daniel Crotts, Peter Martin, E. Jay Hendrickson, Rock Creek, Queen, Karl B. Andersen, James Shaver III, Buck, Boker Plus, Hogue, Benchmade, Mil-Tac, Zero Tolerance, Ted Ott, Al Mar Knives, Butch Ball, Silver Stag, Condor Tool & Knife, Robert Nelson Parker, Utica, Tim Tabor, Jerry Hossom, Mace Vitale, Grohmann, Phil Evans, Jerry Van Eizenga, Donald Vogt, Jack Busfield, Ron Richerson, John White, Henry Torres, Bill Behnke, Antonio Fogarizzu, Michael Rader, Dee Hedges, James Batson, Bill Buxton, Bruce Bingenheimer, William Scagel, Scorpion Knives and D’ Holder.
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