Each Tuesday in April, KA-BAR will release a video documenting a piece of its storied 120-year history. What, you thought it started with the USMC knife in the '40s? You'd be wrong.
Knifemaker Peter Pruyn reproduced John Horrigan’s Bob Horrigan Fighter as a present for his son. See specs and the photo here.
It happened in the 1970s, which probably explains a lot. BLADE magazine was indeed traded in a deal that involved a racehorse, and knife history would never be the same.
The Manhattan district attorney notorious for his "gravity knife" prosecutions is now being investigated for apparently turning a blind eye to a 2015 sexual assault allegation against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.