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The cutlass is a short sword used for centuries. Today, it's mostly a ceremonial blade, but one that continues to inspire.
Harking back to American military glory and post-war prosperity, antique switchblades from the 1940s and 1950 have enduring appeal.
The new sweet spot for a custom bowie knife is now a 9- to 9.5-inch blade!
Knife collecting is different for everyone. Some folks like to stick with a theme and collect everything they can.
Hunting knives with gut hooks can be a convenient way to field dress large game. James Morgan Ayres reviews and ranks four gut hook hunting knives here.
Perhaps the most iconic handmade knife ever can be yours for the right price.
Deeply rooted in Scandinavian history, the seax, aka "scramasax" or "sax," was the blade shape of choice for the much feared and revered Vikings.