Knives 2014: The World's Greatest Knife Book

By Joe Kertzman

Revealing the easiest of hand made knives!

You should not have to be the world's utmost authority on customized knives, a collector of top of the range items with wallet deeper than the Grand Canyon, a maker your self or an authoritative historian to understand the software and wonder of the home made blades during this ebook. Celebrating its thirty fourth annual version, Knives 2014 boldly is going the place no different knife e-book has long gone earlier than, trying to show off the easiest of the simplest in hand-crafted and construction blades.

The world's best knives--whether daily hold items, hunters, bushcraft blades, flipper folders or hugely adorned works of art--find a house in Knives 2014. and every is complemented by way of well-researched info and requisites of each model.

Add in a complete customized Knifemaker listing, together with e mail addresses, web content, mobilephone numbers, specialties and technical info, and it turns into obvious why these within the personal each quantity of this coveted book.

  • Fascinating characteristic articles disguise hiking knives, the "Decathlete of huge Blades"--the camp knife, artwork knives, automatics, high-carbon-steel blades, vintage pocketknives, immediately razors, "Blades of the Grand Bazaar" or even mauls for splitting wood.
  • World's such a lot entire listing of customized Knifemakers
  • Hot traits in home made knives.
  • State of the paintings elaborations and knifemaking techniques.
  • Comprehensive assessment of knives and their makers.

extra knives, articles, details, trend-setting concepts and state of the art knifemaking tools than the other e-book at the market!

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Metal offerings 5160, 1084. Damascus steels 15N20, 1080. costs: $300 and up. comments: ABS Journeyman Smith 2010. Member of Montana Knife Makers organization and Oregon Knife Collector’s organization. Mark: Bingenheimer (arched over) M B. BIRDWELL, IRA LEE, PO field 1448, Congress, AZ 85332, telephone: 928-925-3258, heli. ira@gmail. com Specialties: detailed orders. Mark: Engraved signature. BISH, HAL, 9347 Sweetbriar hint, Jonesboro, GA 30236, cell: 770-477-2422, hal-bish@hp. com BISHER, WILLIAM (BILL), 1015 Beck highway, Denton, NC 27239, mobile: 336-859-4686, blackturtleforge@wildblue.

Damascus costs on request. feedback: First knife made in 1980 or so. Full-time maker. client designs welcome. Mark: “JWB” and yr in cursive. BENSON, DON, 2505 Jackson St #112, Escalon, CA 95320, telephone: 209-838-7921 Specialties: operating immediately knives of his layout. styles: Axes, Bowies, tantos and hunters. Technical: Grinds 440C. costs: $100 to $150; a few to $400. feedback: Spare-time maker; first knife offered in 1980. Mark: identify. BENTLEY, C L, 2405 Hilltop Dr, Albany, GA 31707, mobile: 912-432-6656 BER, DAVE, 656 Miller Rd, San Juan Island, WA 98250, cellphone: 206-378-7230 Specialties: operating directly and folding knives for the sportsman; welcomes shopper designs.

Com Specialties: Handforged fastened blades. Technical: High-carbon 5160 and 1084 blade steels. Will construct to customer’s specifications, prefers to exploit traditional deal with fabric. feedback: ABS Journeyman smith. Mark: Kirkes. KITSMILLER, JERRY, 67277 Las Vegas Dr, Montrose, CO 81401, cellphone: 970-249-4290 Specialties: operating directly knives in usual styles. styles: Hunters, boots. Technical: Grinds ATS-34 and 440C merely. costs: $75 to $200; a few to $300. comments: Spare-time maker; first knife bought in 1984. Mark: JandS Knives.

Feedback: Part-time maker; first knife bought in 1983. Mark: final identify. FERRIER, GREGORY okay, 3119 Simpson Dr, swift urban, SD 57702, cell: 605-342-9280 FERRY, TOM, 16005 SE 322nd St, Auburn, WA 98092, mobilephone: 253-939-4468, tomferryknives@Q. com; net: tomferryknives. com Specialties: Presentation grade knives. styles: Folders and stuck blades. Technical: focus on Damascus and engraving. costs: $500 and up. feedback: DBA: Soos Creek Ironworks. ABS grasp Smith. Mark: mixed T and F in a circle and/or final identify.

Technical: Grind ATS-34, S30V, CPM154, 154CM, Damasteel, others on request. Forges/grinds 1095 from time to time. costs: commence at $450. comments: First knife bought in 1993. Full-time considering the fact that 1999. Mark: Turtle brand with Marlowe above, 12 months less than. MARLOWE, DONALD, 2554 Oakland Rd, Dover, PA 17315, mobilephone: 717-764-6055 Specialties: operating instantly knives in normal styles. styles: Bowies, opponents, boots and software knives. Technical: Grinds D2 and 440C. imperative layout hunter types. costs: $130 to $850. feedback: Spare-time maker; first knife bought in 1977.

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