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.

Hunter’s Edge: Scagel Knives Medium Hunter

Ready yourself edgewise for the upcoming fall hunting season with a classically designed outdoor knife, the O Style Medium Hunter from Scagel Knives.     Based on the style of Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall-Of-Fame© member William...

9 Keys To Ordering Custom Knives

Few things are more satisfying than placing a custom order with your favorite knifemaker and then holding the finished knife in your hands. However, the process from start to finish is not always simple. If you...

Hunter’s Edge: Gerber Metolius

Get twice the cutting versatility in skinning and dressing game for the upcoming fall hunting season with the Gerber Metolius.     The folder has drop-point and skinning blades, the latter with a safety ball for...

Merritt-Loveless Knives Do Indeed Hold Merit

"The Loveless knife design is all about function," Jim Merritt once noted. "A Loveless knife is made for the guy who wants to have the best knife possible for field work." Merritt worked side-by-side...

Game Edge: Fall Hunting Knives

With fall hunting season close at hand, you need the best in today’s latest outdoor knives.     Enter our new “Game Edge: Fall Hunting Knives” series on ShopBlade.com!     First up: the Outdoor Edge Butcher-Lite Knife...

Elvis and Gil: A Sharp Evening To Remember

Elvis Presley died Aug. 16, 1977, but it was only three years earlier in 1974 that Blade Magazine Cutlery Hall-Of-Fame© member Gil Hibben got to spend some time with the rock 'n roll legend.    ...

Vacation Knives: Multi-Tool For Emergency Repairs

  A hot multi-tool with a selection of sharp blades in plain and serrated edges, assorted tools such as a spring-loaded pliers, flat-head and Phillips screwdrivers, a saw, scissors, can-opener and more—what else would you...
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