Mail Call Monday: A fistfull of Kizers

As I mentioned in my Day 2 Blade Show coverage, I am pleased to be making inroads with the larger Chinese knife companies. No longer the (legitimate) punchline in knife jokes, they are instead pushing the American manufacturers to up their game. Or at least they ought to be. American companies such as CRKT or […]

Knife Review: Kershaw Method

I have been a fan of Kershaw Knives ever since I bought my first Leek. The Blackwash finish and composite D-2 blade make it among the most elegant looking of my knives. It is my “Gentleman’s Folder” of choice. About 2 months ago I received the Jens Anso designed Kershaw Method from the folks at […]

(Guest) Knife Review: Jeo Tec Model #7

When Reader “Switchblade” writes a review, he goes all out. Well maybe he is slipping a little. His review of the Cudeman “Green Beret Cadet” had 52 images.  This one only has 36. I am joking of course. I couldn’t be more happy to include Switch’s work alongside our regular writers. This is another great […]

Knife Review: Kershaw Atmos

I have never been a flick/flipper guy when it came to knives. I thought it was a bit cheesy and unnecessary. Part of my reluctance rested on the fact I was never that good at it – part of that was because of the knives I had tried. I always thought that if I wanted […]