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.

A Knife for Sgt. Dakota Meyer, Medal of Honor Recipient

  Editor's Note: This is excerpted from a larger feature appearing in the special military December 2012 issue of BLADE, on newsstands now. BLADE thanks all past and present military service members and their families...

9/11: We Will Never Forget

It was 11 years ago today—a sunny Tuesday morning, just as it is this morning in New York City—that scores of innocent Americans paid the ultimate price when the Twin Towers were attacked. At some...

8 All-Time Favorite Military Knives

To mark the special military issue of BLADE on newsstands now, here are my picks for four of the best military knives of all time. For the full list, be sure to pick up...

Knife Test: Tom Ploppert Slip Joint

I was waiting for Tom Ploppert’s custom slip joint like a kid on Christmas morning. To my surprise, there were two knives in the package when it arrived. Tom had sent me a new...

Hottest Makers’ Hottest Knives

The latest installment of the hottest makers’ hottest knives employs the expertise of leading purveyors who buy custom knives and sell them, and each has been doing it for quite some time. They know...

Hunter’s Edge: Kutmaster Cutting Combo

Tackle any number of hunting knife chores with the Kutmaster Team Realtree Field Dress/Caping Combo .     Outfitted in Team Realtree saw-cut camo handles and 420 stainless blade steel, the set includes a gut-hook skinner...

Knives Of The Living Dead

Zombies are everywhere you look—movies, TV and sneaking up behind you. Surviving the dreaded zombie apocalypse with creatures running amok eating brains sounds like a great night watching TV. While the knife industry is...
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