If you’re as serious about the knife community as we are then you’ll find the following resources invaluable. A mixture of vendors, forums and general information sources that we speak highly of.
Blade HQ is a full time Internet cutlery business which also has a brick and mortar store. Over the years Blade HQ has become one of the online destinations for cutlery and gear. They specialize in high-end LEO, military and collectible folding knives and have a tremendous selection of “in stock” knives available anywhere.
KnifeArt is a great source for high-end knives from brands like Chris Reeve, Rick Hinderer, William Henry and Spartan Blades. They also offer many custom knives from renowned makers like Les George, Dwane Dwyer, Ken Onion and Mel Pardue.
Perry Knife Works has been around since 2009 and is a small privately owned family run business. They provide quality knives at competitive prices, including American, German, Japanese and custom offerings. What I like about PKW is their commitment to customer service which is excellent.
Sunrise River Custom Knives is the home of expert knife maker Jay Maines and offers a complete line of fixed blade, full tang, handmade custom cutlery. Each of Jay’s knives are fully guaranteed for “life” against any defects in materials and workmanship.
KnifeRights.org work really hard to provide knife owners a voice to influence public policy and they oppose efforts to restrict the right to own, use and carry knives. If you are a knife enthusiast, consider joining knife rights today!
BladeForums.com is the largest, most active, and best knife discussion website in the world. Our goal is the continued education and improvement of the Knife Industry, by providing an outlet for manufacturers, dealers, custom makers and end users to communicate.
Knife-Expert: Author, Expert Witness, Identification, Appraisal. Bernard Levine’s informative site about all things knife related.
Blade Reviews: Dan’s website provides high quality written reviews on all manner of knives; from massive fixed blades to tiny folding knives.
Stormdrane Blog: David Hopper is essentially a professional paracord artist! Check out his amazing creations and reviews on his blog.