TFB Profiles Bladesports World Champion James Clifton

Bladesports continues to grow in popularity as it gains exposure. What’s not to love? There is competition, camaraderie, excitement, and most importantly, the knife world equivalent of a high-performance sports car – the competition blades themselves. David has done a great job covering the Bladesports beat for the blog. He has gone as far as […]

BLADE Show 2017: Day 2 Roundup

Wow. What a day. I am honestly still processing it all. I just got back from Dinner with Dogwood Dan Eastland, Joe Flowers, David, and several others. It was the second year in a row I was invited to this private shindig, and the only thing more wonderful than the food at Local 3 is […]

Bladesports: Keystone Cut – August 14, 2016

  I had a great time this past weekend attending a Bladesports Competition – the Keystone Cut in Meadville, PA, hosted by Peters Heat Treating. I haven’t tried my hand at competing yet, but it was great fun to watch, and I got to hang out with friends as well. Full coverage and tons of pics after the […]

Bladesports Has A Problem

If you haven’t been following Bladesports, you should. It is a lot of fun to watch, and they do a lot to promote the use of a knife as a tool, and not as a weapon. Good things, right? Problem is, it is too danged expensive to participate. Let me tell you what I noticed when […]