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Jared Price from Springfield, Missouri, is designing his own knives and multi-tools since 2008. He has always been an enthusiastic knife collector since his youth.
Jason Stout from Tennessee is a skilled toolmaker and machinist. Since the training, the full-time Knife Maker designs Pocketknives, Fixed Blades and handy Multitools.
As most of his colleagues, Jeremy Marsh has started early being interested in knives. After receiving some copies of an American knife magazine from his father, he craved for his own, self-made...
Jerry Fisk from Arkansas is one of the most renowned Knife Makers and blacksmiths in North America and has already received numerous prizes for his works.
The designs by Knife Maker Jesper Voxnæs have by now become an almost indispensable part of our product range. They are characterized by a high level of innovation and excellent usability.
His designs are absolutely useable in operations, his longstanding experience flows into every single knife. Many international Special Forces use his techniques and have been trained by him.
John Graham from Cleveland, Tennessee, is known for his extraordinary blade shapes. But also classic Pocketknives, Tomahawks and handy Multitools belong to his designs.
John Kubasek from Massachusetts is Knife Maker since 1988 and has specialized in Pocketknives with a liner lock over the years. But innovative mechanisms also belong to his designs.
John W. Smith
John W. Smith is a full-time Knife Maker since 1993 and a member of the American Knife Makers Guild. Most of his designs are Pocketknives, for them he uses preferably natural materials.
Juniper wood is used to make handle scales. Juniper wood has a yellow-brown color and a delicate, yet highly contrasting pattern. It is sturdy and tough but still easy to process.
At the age of 18, Jürgen Schanz began his apprenticeship as a Knifesmith, by now he is not only member and foreman of the German Knife Makers Guild, but is also known world-wide.