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Birds beak bowies

What is a Bird’s-Beak Handle?

You've seen it countless times before. Did you know it had a name?
Knifemaking documentary

Mini-Documentary: American Forged – A Knight with Neil

Neil Kamimura joins Jason Knight to make some incredible forged creations, from battle axes to kukris, in this American Forged video.
Murray Carter Documentary

Mini-Documentary: American Forged – Carter Cutlery Hand-Forged Knives

Get a front row seat with Murray Carter of Carter Cutlery to learn his journey to becoming one of the most respected knifemakers in the industry.
Hammer In Videos

Video – American Forged: Hammer In with Travis Wuertz

BLADE partnered with Recoil TV to bring you this beautifully produced mini-documentary about knifemakers at Travis Wuertz's annual Hammer In.
September 11 knives

Custom Knives to Remember September 11, 2001

Here's a look at the knives Murray Carter made from World Trade Center debris to raise funds for families impacted by the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
KnifeArt’s Larry Connelley said Duane Dwyer’s reputation for knife innovation helps place him among the makers to watch in the coming year. Dwyer’s SnG with a titanium frame carries a KnifeArt price of $1,200. (KnifeArt image)

Knifemaking 101: Why Do Knifemakers Use Titanium?

Titanium is tough, lightweight, relatively soft and reactive. It's no wonder it's endured for more than two decades.
What is the hardest steel

What is the Hardest Steel on Earth?

The short answer is Nitinol, but that's not why knifemakers and collectors are so interested in it.
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