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.

SIG SAUER knives

New Knives: Hogue & SIG SAUER Partner Up, RAT Worx Debuts X-Factor

SIG Sauer, best known for its firearms, will partner will Hogue Knives to produce an exclusive line of blades. Plus: RAT Worx shows off its new take on autos.

Photos: 6 Slim Custom Knives

See high-quality photos here of lean and keen custom knives made by Paul Brach, Edmund Davidson, Grace Horne, Cliff Parker, Bill Tuch and Daniel Winkler.
CRKT Snap On

5 New Knives (and 1 Survival Ax) for Rugged Use

BLADE takes a look at the CRKT Snap-On® RAVE® XL, CRKT HVAS, Benchmade 407 Vallation, Benchmade Bugout®, L.T. Wright (No Name) Knife and Off Grid Tools Survival Axe.
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.
Darrel Ralph Designs Hacker

Photos: 5 New Knives for Tough Spots and Sticky Situations

These new knives sport a variety of features, but they all share one thing in common: they'll stand up under pressure.
odd knives

Folding Knives: 4 Unusual Opening Mechanisms

Here are four folding knives that sport unusual opening mechanisms. Do you enjoy innovations like these, or do you prefer traditional folders?
Computer circuit knife handle

New Custom Knife Sports Computer Circuit Board Handle

The Yakuza Flipper by Charles “Chuck” Gedraitis meshes classic styling with an unusual modern handle material in a folder that reflects both the traditional and the modern.
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