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Knife collecting is an extremely rewarding experience for knife enthusiasts. There truly is a knife for everyone. Many increase or hold their value throughout the years, making collecting knives something to pass on to the next generation of knife collectors.

Are ballistic knives illegal

Ballistic Knife: The Most Illegal Knife in America

The most banned knife in the United States remains the ballistic knife. Here's a look at what ballistic knives are and how they became banned.

Four of the latest in factory axes

Four of the latest in factory axes have your hack Axes are handy for work done in the yard, camp or on the farm. A well-designed axe promotes fast, efficient wood splitting without wearing you out. Like...
Camillus Mark III Mark 3 knives

Knife Collecting: The History of the Camillus M3

The Camillus M3 comes from an impressive lineage. Dive into Camillus Cutlery history to learn more.
Bolo knife review

Knife Review: A $7 Bolo?

How much chop can you get for seven bucks? The price tag can be misleading, as this custom bolo knife review shows.
Knife for golf

Review: EDC Knives for Golfers are a Hole in One

Golphers makes knives for golf. How do these knives for golfing stand apart? What makes them useful? Let's find out.
AG Russell Chute Knives

A.G. Russell Chute Knives: A Quick History

Here's how A.G. Russell chute knives came to be, starting with Harry Archer and including Bob Loveless

Knife Sharpening: What’s the Best Angle?

The best sharpening angle depends on the use of the knife, the thickness of the blade, the type of blade steel, the sharpening materials used and more.
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