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ePrague Knives has some of the most unique knives available on the web. Our blog, Blade History, offers unique and detailed insights into the world of knives, from reviews to historical articles. Please visit epragueknives.com to browse our inventory - in stock now!
Kiku Knives

Visit to knifemakers of Seki: Kiku Matsuda, Seizo Imai

In Seki, we visited the new factory of master knifemaker Kiku Matsuda. Located on a busy street in Seki, but with a private and...
Seki, Japan

Seki, Japan – The Knifemaking Capitol of Japanese Swords and Knives

Seki, Japan, in Gifu Prefacture, is every Japanese knife enthusiast's destination. Set among the ethereal landscape is the land formed of everything good and...
Valor Butterfly Knife

Balisong Butterfly Knives: Valor Seki Japan Knife Making Kits

The original French Butterfly Knife from the 16th Century has become what we call today the Balisong, derived from the Phillipine phrase meaning “broken...

2018 Buck Collectors Club 30th Anniversary BCCI Knife Event in Post...

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...

Kiku Matsuda Knives available NOW! Custom Made in Seki, Japan

We now have a nice selection of Kiku knives online! Please TAKE A LOOK at these awesome knives, handcrafted by Kiku Matsuda, you wont...

Jake Hoback Knives – Custom made in the USA

Anyone who discovers Jake Hoback knives for the first time will be stunned. These are all strong, durable, and dependable tools - they look...

ePrague Knives was at Blade Show 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia

We had a GREAT time at Blade Show this year! This was the biggest ever and we connected with many of our current distributors...

Richard Neyman: Author of Buck 184 Buckmaster and Buck Phrobis 188...

Richard Neyman is a tactical/military knife enthusiast to say the least. He owns or has owned some of the rarest Buck 184 Buckmasters and...

Attack Rescue Survive – By Custom Knifemaker Alex Shunnarah

Alex Shunnarah is no stranger to the knife industry. He chose knife making as a career at the age of 14 and has never...

Legendary Knifemaker Leroy Remer and His Buck 904 Subhilt Bowie Design

Maybe you have never heard of Leroy Remer, but chances are you have seen The Highlander, or even more likely, The Hobbit. Leroy has...

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...

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

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The short answer to the question is no, there is not a difference between these bayonets. Why?...

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

Gerber and G Sakai
The Gerber Ebony Folding Hunter Series are truly stunning. These knives are rather scarce today since they...

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

Olsen Knives
The Olsen Knife Company is a classic American knife making brand. They originated in Howard City, Michigan...

Why do the Vintage G96 Japan Knives Look Like Buck Knives?

Buck 110 and G96 860
We recently got a rare opportunity to acquire some new old stock G96 fillet knives from Ichiro...
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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...