Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with my friend Michael from www.droppointhunter.com The sentiment expressed in his email was just so true to the heart of all of us who are true users,collectors or creators of knives. I will send your responses to him or you can leave comments on his website.
Enough from me here is his email:
We're away this weekend at the Dixie Deer Classic in Raleigh North…
I am so very pleased to announce a selection for the 2012 iKnife Collector knife. Our selection is:
From GEC a Whittler, specifically #570312 Northfield UN-X-LD, jigged Pioneer bone. The blade is 1095 Carbon Steel. The knife will include the traditional Wharncliffe (cut swedge), Pen and Coping blades(inside cut swedges) that are polished. The main blade will have the Northfield Tang Stamp. Bolsters on the knife will be Lined and /Dimpled.
The Shield will be our iKC shield used…Continue
Memorial Day is a US Federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. It was called Decoration Day, after the American Civil War, to commemorate the fallen Union soldiers of the Civil War. Southern womens organizations and southern schoolchildren decorated Confederate graves during the Civil War, but each region had its date mostly in May.
For those iKC members who do not live in the US, this day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died in all wars. It is a day of…Continue
It's a great day today and a very Happy Birthday to iKC ! Yes, just 3 years ago, iKnife Collector became a reality. From our earnest start it was destined to become a quality, friendly knife collecting community with the idea all members are bound together through their passion for knives.
Our founder was none other than, writer and publisher of the Cutlery Journal Scott King, who worked tirelessly in the early day to launch iKnife Collector. This was his vision, that all knife…Continue
On iKC we have an often used Feature called Events. Our hobby to a certain extent, in times both past and present depended on knife shows and events for companies and individuals to showcase the knives that were being produced for consumers. They served as a buying and selling event for sure. Now they also are a way for like minded iKC collectors to meet each other in person and talk about the hobby they love.
Think about it, every year certain Shows are can't miss, blockbuster type…Continue