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Joe Keeslar and Jim Sornberger are the 2020 inductees to the Cutlery Hall Of Fame. This is the highest honor in the world of knives.
Knife bans disproportionately impact people of color and minority populations, putting people in prison for years for merely possessing an everyday knife.
Msg. Kim Breed (retired), a long-time field editor for BLADE best known for his knife reviews, will partner with DoubleStar Corp. to produce knives for that company's Edged Weapon line.
The late R. Lee "The Gunny" Ermey is best known for his role in "Full Metal Jacket," but he was also a dedicated knife enthusiast. Read his interview with BLADE about knives and his career here.
The owner of a knife retail store in Alberta, Canada, says that import restrictions on folding knives hurts not only her business, but also the ability of first responders to do their important work.
Stabbings propelled London's murder total beyond New York City's in early 2018. Here's why it matters when it comes to knife laws, racial bias and effective policing.
Restrictions on the public carry of knives can have an unintended consequence. Sikhs, who carry daggers called kirpans as part of their faith, are prohibited from openly practicing their religion.