Featured Knives

Here are BLADE Magazine’s Featured Knives of the Week. Browse through these articles to find the best knives available from both custom knifemakers and factory knives.

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4 Cool Cleavers in all Different Sizes

Latest cleavers are a hot ticket on the camp scene By Pat Covert The cleaver has been sneaking up on the cutlery market for several years now. However ironic it may seem, along with the razor,...

Knifemaker Featured By San Francisco Chronicle

American Bladesmith Society master smith Aaron Wilburn was recently featured in a human interest news story written by Tom Stienstra on the San Francisco Gate online blog.

Draw Knives: The Wonderful World of Wood Eaters

By Abe Elias Drawknives come in many styles and are a woodworker’s delight Knives take on many shapes and sizes. As tools, their designs sometimes focus on specific tasks. In the case of the drawknife, it...
1. Halfbreed Blades Medium Infantry Knife 2. Kizlyar Supreme Senpai 3. Doublestar Blades Chico Diablo X 4. Condor Tool & Knife Neck Gladius

Four Battle Tough Military-Style Fixed Blade Knives

Today’s military-style fixed blades are ready for duty. These three are certainly ready to earn their stripes.

A Presentation Dagger Fit for a Commanding Officer

There are knives and then there are presentation daggers that would look right at home in a general's belt sheath, sash or shoulder sling. Larry Lunn's interpretation of a Scottish officer's dirk showcases a...

BIG Blades: 4 Monster Choppers for the Bush

BY JAMES MORGAN AYRES Wherever folks live close to the earth, they use big knives Little knives are convenient to carry but, if you have a lot of work to do, big knives are it. I’ve...
This Built America.

Did Knives Build America?

"This Built America," a new multimedia platform from AOL exploring the companies and people reimagining American manufacturing, visited Jacksonville, Alabama, and profiled a knife factory that is a family beyond its owners—Bear & Son Cutlery.
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