Old Bear Knives Pre-Inventory Sale

Old Bear ™ is our new and exclusive folding knife line featuring simple and ergonomic lines. It marks and celebrates the 90ᵗʰ anniversary of our company Antonini Knives (1925-2015). This remarkable knife line intentionally involves handcrafted production processes engaging high levels of manual production, skilled and experienced manufacture. The handle knife is in aged oil-treated walnut wood, while its blade is in stainless steel and is stone sharpened by skilled and qualified craftsman’ hands. The Old Bear ™ knife comes without spring meaning its blade locking system features a solid safety ring that fixed the blade in open and closed position. Currently Old Bear ™ knife line is available in two sizes: M (cm. 19 – 7 ½”) and L (cm. 21 – 8¼”) as above analytically presented. The knife blade comes with our salt-etched Old Bear ™ logo and into a single fashionable and personalized paper box.

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BLADE: Hardened AISI 420 steel – HRC 54/56 FINISHING: Polished stainless steel HANDLE: Aged walnut wood SAFETY RING: Brass with locking

Made in Italy

We are expecting our first shipment of these knives in by Aug 20th. Be the first to own one of these beautifully handcrafted knives.

To Order at our Pre-Inventory Price Sale click here

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5 New Desert Damascus Knives

I’ve added 5 new Desert Damascus knives to the website. These are made exclusively for Sonoran Desert Knives, quality Damascus steel at reasonable prices

Sm Buffalo Hunter

Sm Buffalo Hunter

Camp Utility

Camp Utility

 

Check out the complete collection of Desert Damascus Knives

Some of the Best Knives for the Money

Olamic Cutlery is a relatively new company based in California.  They employ six Craftsman in Central Russia who hand forge and shape the blades. Each knife is made using only Russian materials. The Damascus used in each blade is a unique proprietary composition of 400 layer material that is high in Carbon with certain alloys added to provide impeccable edge retention and strength to the blade.

Damascus Blade and Cocobolo Wood Handle

Damascus Blade and Cocobolo Wood Handle

 

Copper State Cutlery Association meeting

Copper State Cutlery Association meeting

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Goodbye folks – I won’t be able to make anymore knives

Post from the Jerzeedevil forum:

Ruben Calo

  Ruben Calo

 

I love making knives and I really enjoyed this path I’ve chose for my life, but sadly a change must come.

Mid 2012 I started to have some weird health issues, that ultimately turned out to be diagnosed as lung cancer, already extended to the pleura.

I had to stop working for a month or two, but eventually I managed to resume working, though at a much slower pace than before.

Chemo/rad wasn’t helping much, and about 10 days ago, probably due to lower defenses, I got a previous condition come back in force, forcing my wife to rush me to the ER to have an emergency surgery. They kept me at the ICU until today, when they finally cleared me to go rest at home.

As a result of both of these conditions, I won’t be able to keep working on knives or anything physical anymore.

I’ve already had the people with pending orders contacted on an individual basis, so this is my general farewell to knife making. I wanted you guys to know directly from the source so to speak.

I’ve enjoyed this journey immensely and for the last decade, it allowed me to interact with people all over the world. I started making knives because I loved them, and I hope all the ones I’ve made in all these years keep on serving the owners as intended.

I’d like to thank each one of you that purchased a knife from me and allowed me to live this dream of me for this long, and to everyone that ever saw a knife from me and thought it was a decent looking piece of cutlery.

From now on, all correspondence sent to me will be handled directly by my webmaster.

This is the last knife I’ve made, finished about 15 days ago, after several months of working on it

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Show must go on.

– Ruben Calo, Buenos Aires

Published in: on February 27, 2013 at 8:48 am  Comments (1)  
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Weekend Sale

Got a great deal for you this weekend on my website:

Queen Cutlery’s Shatt & Morgan Harness knife

Harness Knife

Shatt & Morgan Harness Knife

Sale good til 21 Oct 2012, I only have 3 in stock so it’s first come, first serve!

CSCA Meeting

When to the Copper State Cutlery Association Meeting tonight.

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Not a lot of members tonight but the meeting was nice and I came away with a few new knives. A few of them which I’ll be listing on the web site soon.

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Photos of the 43rd AKCA Knife Show

United Cutleery’s Tailwind Nova Skull Serr. Folder Black Knife ****$21.49****

Tailwind Nova Skull Serr. Folder Black

This United Cutlery Nova equipped with a Tailwind Assisted-Open mechanism is one bad dude. The 6061 aluminum handle scales are etches with burning flames and a cast flaming skull adorns the front handle. A rugged stainless steel pocket clip allows this knife to clip anywhere and the 3 1/2″ 440 stainless steel blade cuts like butter through anything. With help from the Tailwind assisted-open mechanism, the blade rockets open with just a nudge of the thumb stud. 3 1/2″ blade. 4 1/4″ closed.

 

SDK Price: $21.49!

Only While Supplies Last

 

Yes Virgina, There Are Knife Makers in Wisconsin

Just spoke with Jake Tuinstra of Wisconsin who is putting a package of his knives together for resale….Keep tuned for when I receive them and post them for sale up on the website.