From BladeHQ: Top Throwing Axes

Axe-throwing is the latest craze sweeping the nation.  Austin, Boston, and Brooklyn, not exactly hotbeds of edged-tool use, have all seen axe-throwing BYOB establishments open in the past few years. The industry is beginning to respond to the trend, and BladeHQ show us some of the top throwing axes out there. From Forbes: Believe it […]

Sneak Peek: Knife Magazine March 2018 issue

Mark Zalesky, publisher of Knife Magazine, has forwarded me our monthly sneak peek at the March Issue. I have been looking forward to this issue in particular as it marks my return the the world of “dead-tree” journalism. I helped Mark with the company reports from last month’s SHOT Show. As always, the Knife Magazine […]

Scout Knives and Lessons Learned

I love a story about a good Boy Scout knife. My Camillus BSA Whittler was my first real knife, given to me by my father. Much like the author of this article: “Lasting love with a boyhood Scout knife,” my knife has grown with me over the years.

Obscure Object of Desire: Big Joe 5

Guy card check here. When someone asks you why you need a crossbow-speargun hybrid that person better not possess the Y-chromosome. “Killing Nazis” or “Killing Sentries” are good reasons along side “Cuz Cool”. For those of you who do not know, Big Joe 5 was a crossbow style weapon developed around WWII by the OSS […]