By Blade Editors
This number of articles marks the fortieth anniversary of BLADE. half one covers the years 1973-1988 half , 1989-2000 and half 3, 2001-2012.
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Arpad Bojtos Luna Guild: “Arpad’s knives each tell a story. Luna depicts the celestial tale of a metaphorical shooting star and its passenger in Art Deco elements. No maker crafts a sheath like Arpad, and each amplifies the narrative of its knife. ” Joe Kious Pocket Locket Shindler: “The Pocket Locket is important because it’s the most flexible engraving platform ever offered. It includes many models and styles but offers pretty much endless possibilities for the imagination of any collector.
Added Ward, “[Schwarzer’s] years of study and experimentation with special alloy steels provided new and endless techniques for future makers. ” Ernest Emerson CQC-6 “The Emerson CQC-6 helped to start the tactical folder craze. One of the most important knives that has affected what the trends are today,” Delavan remarked. Maintained Breed, “The CQC-6 brought the chisel grind back into the limelight. The look of the blade grind combined with the handle shape started a new chapter in the tactical knife.
Herron’s top-of-the-line hunting/utility models qualifies, though we picked the late Joe Mangiaracina’s favorite, the Little Dude, to picture with this story. ” Chapter 2 Best Custom Knives 1989-2000 The last chapter on the top 40 custom knives of BLADE’s first 40 years, we covered the years 1973-88. This time we pinpoint the top customs from 1989-2000. We contacted several seasoned custom knife authorities who experienced and observed all or important parts of the time in question. The ones who answered our query are purveyor Dave Hodge of Miami Nice Knife; knife retailer/purveyor Dan Delavan of Plaza Cutlery knife store; long-time custom knife photographers Eric Eggly of Point Seven and Chuck Ward; purveyor Larry Brahms of Blade Art, who also coordinates the Usual Suspect Network/G4 knife show; knifemaker/BLADE field editor Kim Breed; and knife collector and bladesmith Roger Pinnock.
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