Stepping away from standard issues, combat veterans recount the off-beat military knives they used day-to-day during their service.
Revel in a short list of knife industry milestones that transformed the knife world.
Master bladesmith Lin Rhea was recently recognized as an Arkansas Living Treasure by the Arkansas Arts Council.
The cutlass is a short sword used for centuries. Today, it's mostly a ceremonial blade, but one that continues to inspire.
Despite a rocky history of legality, OTF Knives have endured and are some of the most popular pocketknives on the market today.
Few blades are as historic as the bayonet. The knife has evolved into an all-rounder still issued by the Marines.
Are these the best American knives? Maybe, maybe not. One thing is for sure, these are some of the blades folk most associated most...
Harking back to American military glory and post-war prosperity, antique switchblades from the 1940s and 1950 have enduring appeal.
The dirk has a long, exciting history and has been used for everything from farming to war all around the world.
Few knives have been as heavily influenced by Japanese methods as the chef's knife.These four quality blades show off the modern meeting the historic.
The Navaja is a sleek, svelte folder originating from Spain hundreds of years ago. Today it remains popular in both the real and digital worlds.
Ka-Bar makes one of the most legendary American combat/utility knives. First issued in 1942, the knife continues to impress and inspire today.
The Gerber Mark II is one of the most famous combat knives ever issued to the American military. First introduced in 1966, it still endures today.
The wharncliffe is an interesting blade design with a captivating history. Over the years it's grown into a desirable EDC blade. These five wharncliffes stand out from the pack.