Knife crime statistics

How Do Criminals Use Knives?

Here's what the author learned after studying CCTV security camera footage from around the world.
us china tariff effects

Will the USA Pass China in Making Inexpensive Knives?

Some in the USA knife industry view tariffs on China-made products as an opportunity to reclaim the market for inexpensive knives. Are they correct?
Titanium knife photo

Knife Laws: Mammoth and Elephant Ivory Bans to Watch

New laws in three states target mammoth ivory—ivory of an animal that has been extinct for several millennia—elephant ivory or both for bans.
Wayne Goddard obituary

Wayne Goddard, Renowned Knifemaker and Writer, Passes Away

Wayne Goddard, BLADE Magazine Cutlery Hall-Of-Fame® member, ABS master smith and long-time BLADE® Magazine field editor, has passed away.
Benchmade de Asis

Les de Asis Steps Aside at Benchmade; Son Jon Takes Reins

Benchmade founder and BLADE Magazine Cutlery Hall of Fame® member, Les de Asis, is stepping down as head of day-to-day operations of the Oregon City-based knife company.
ag russell knifemaker

A.G. Russell Passes Away at 85

A.G. Russell, long-time knife entrepreneur, founder of A.G. Russell Knives, a founding member of The Knifemakers’ Guild, and a member of the BLADE Magazine Cutlery Hall Of Fame, passed away Oct. 12.
Racist knife bans

Ridiculous, Racist Knife Bans Reinforce Inequality

Knife bans disproportionately impact people of color and minority populations, putting people in prison for years for merely possessing an everyday knife.
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