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The Sea of Mud Knife: James Bowie’s Knife Found? Pt. 1

A bowie knife recovered from a "sea of mud" 160 years after the Battle of the Alamo has some wondering whether Jim Bowie's personal blade has finally been found.
What knives can you bring on an airplane?

TSA Knife Rules: Can You Take a Knife on a Plane?

TSA knife rules don't allow you to bring a knife in your carry on, but you may put knives in your checked luggage. Find more tips for flying with knives here.
what is the best blade grind

What’s the Best Kind of Knife Grind?

The most popular knife grinds today are hollow, flat and convex. Which one is the best overall? And does edge geometry matter more than heat treating? A few renowned knifemakers give their opinions.
Peter Carey MokuTi knife

What is MokuTi Damascus?

Chad Nichols created a type of damascus steel called MokuTi that combines mokume with titanium. Learn why so many custom knifemakers can't wait to use it.
make a folder knife

How to Make a Flipper Folding Knife

Go step by step with ABS master smith Wally Hayes and learn how to make a flipper-style folding knife.
William Scagel World War II dagger

All About Collecting William Scagel Knives

All modern custom knife roads lead to William “Wales” Scagel. Here’s what collectors need to know about Scagel knife history, design and values.
World's longest knife throw

Heroic Cherokee Knife Thrower vs. Nazi: The Nazi Loses

George E. “Skeeter” Vaughan (Grey Otter) holds the distinction of making the most fantastic knife throw in recorded history. It happened at a pivotal time in history: World War II.
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