Knife Collecting

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.

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Can You Define Knife Choil?

Is a knife choil a nick, a notch, a finger groove or something else? And besides, what's the difference between a nick and a notch? What it is is one of those knife-specific terms that...
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PHOTOS: 15 Greatest Bob Loveless Knives of All-Time

Robert "Bob" Loveless is regarded as one of the most influential custom knifemakers of the modern era. Here are the 15 knives that show why.
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.
Puukko knife terms

Knives 101: What Is A Puukko Knife?

Puukko is Finnish for “knife.” It is deeply rooted in Scandinavian countries where the knife is both tool and art form.

10 Swiss Army Knife Tools That Are Actually Worth It

Some Swiss Army knife tools are handy, while some are pocket weights. Here are 10 that are actually worth the purchase (other than the blade itself). How many do you have?
Micarta knife example

5 Things You Didn’t Know About MicartaⓇ

"Micarta" has become the Kleenex of knife handles. It's used so generically that it's easy to lose sight of the fact that the word refers to something specific.
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The Blue Chips: Collecting Swiss Army Knives

Swiss Army knife collectors know that these iconic knives hold value for long periods of time.
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