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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

This is 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.
Benefits of Scandi grind knife

Is The Scandi The Best Grind For Bushcraft Knives?

Here are the best arguments for and against bushcraft knives that use a Scandi grind. Read this before you buy a bushcraft knife.
custom knife pricing

How to Price Custom Knives

Here's the formula for determining the sale price of a custom knife. These tips are useful for both custom knifemakers and knife collectors.
How to collect Rambo knives

Collecting Rambo Knives: Values, History and Tips

Find values of knives used in the Rambo movies here, including rarities and provenances. Part of BLADE magazine's celebration of Rambo.
Tactical Wharncliffe Knife

Odd Couple: A Wharncliffe Tactical Knife?

What is a Wharncliffe tactical knife? Is one even possible? Here's the story behind this effective pairing from one of the style's pioneering knifemakers.
Viking knives

Knives the Vikings Used: The Seax

Deeply rooted in Scandinavian history, the seax, aka "scramasax" or "sax," was the blade shape of choice for the much feared and revered Vikings.
Winkler tactical knife

What Exactly is a Tactical Knife?

There is no set definition for a tactical knife, but there a few characteristics to keep in mind. Here are key tactical knife features and a brief history.
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