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2018 Buck Collectors Club 30th Anniversary BCCI Knife Event in Post Falls, Idaho

The Buck Collector's Club has been meeting every five years since it's founding in 1988 by Vern Taylor, a Buck sales representative. Members of...

An American Knife Company Remembered: Olsen OK Howard City, Michigan

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The Original Blade Changer: 1957 Space Age Survival Knife

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The short answer to the question is no, there is not a difference between these bayonets. Why? Because they were all made by Buck...

The Classic Vintage 1970s Era Gerber G. Sakai Ebony Folding Hunter Knives

The Gerber Ebony Folding Hunter Series are truly stunning. These knives are rather scarce today since they made them for only a short time....

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The Original Blade Changer: 1957 Space Age Survival Knife

Lots of shiny metal and strange looking “high tech” gadgets. That’s the way we often characterize the future in movies, or at least we...

Is There a Difference Between the Phrobis M9 and Buck 188 Bayonets?

The short answer to the question is no, there is not a difference between these bayonets. Why? Because they were all made by Buck...

The Classic Vintage 1970s Era Gerber G. Sakai Ebony Folding Hunter Knives

The Gerber Ebony Folding Hunter Series are truly stunning. These knives are rather scarce today since they made them for only a short time....

An American Knife Company Remembered: Olsen OK Howard City, Michigan

The Olsen Knife Company is a classic American knife making brand. They originated in Howard City, Michigan and have roots going back to Lee...

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We recently got a rare opportunity to acquire some new old stock G96 fillet knives from Ichiro Hattori in Seki, Japan. This got us...

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