Sabrage – opening a bottle of champagne with a blade, is probably the most famous of all blade tricks. When done right, it is an impressive performance. Done incorrectly, it can be a dangerous endeavor. You don’t need any fancy sword or knife (or dedicated sabrage tool), any stout blade will do. And you don’t […]
It was only a couple of days ago when I learned of the Minuteman Watch Company collaboration with Gingrich Tactical Innovations. The fruit of this partnership is the new Adjutant neck-knife. The Adjutant is a 6″ Overall knife with G10 scales (Kirinite or non-scaled/skeltonized versions also available), and a 2.5″ 154CM blade.
One thing (among many) that I love about videos from Walter Sorrells is that not all of his videos are utilizing his vast array of professional knifemaking tools. Sometimes he goes low tech. Other than a big-ass propane torch, I have all of these tools in my shop already.
According to TRTWorld, crimes involving knives is up almost 10% in the UK this year. It seems that being unable to change the culture of random stabbings, the authorities are set to redouble their efforts in 2017 by adding more knife collection bins and cracking down further on knife-possession and retail-sellers.
A tourist from Washington State was walking in Midtown Manhattan with friends when he was stabbed in the back of the head with a steak knife, causing non-serious injuries. From Patch.com: Steven Tlapanco, 20, was charged with attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon, police said. Tlapanco, a resident of Washington Heights, has […]