NKCA Magazine Covers

Shown here are all the covers for the NKCA Magazine, produced from 1977 - 1997. Other names that refer to this magazine are the National Knife Collector Magazine, or the National Knife Magazine. Prior to April 1977, monthly black/white newsletters were sent out to members. After May of 1997, the future magazine articles were merged into the Knife World publication newspaper. A note in the last magazine issue stated that the writers and staff were working in a joint effort with Knife World publication. This agreement ended in March 2000.

Included with the cover of each magazine shown here, is a list of the articles, features and columns which were in each issue. Click on the magazine cover image to get a larger photo.

*Please note, there was no magazine issued in January 1980.

May 1976
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October 1976
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January 1977
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Apr / May 1977
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NKCA Magazine Text Descriptions

May 1976
-Review Of Recent Shows
-List Of Upcoming Shows


June 1976
-Oregon Knife Show Review
-Texas Knife & Gun Show
-1976 Club Knife
-Ka-Bar To Present Show Awards
-Chattanooga Knife Show Review
-Notes For Knife Collectors: Old Or New
-Winston-Salem Show Report


July 1976
-Louisville Show Biggest Show Yet
-NKC & DA Candidates Statements


August 1976
-Little Rock Show Review
-NKC & DA Election Results
-Presidents Column by James Parker
-Otha Mador Dies of Heart Attack
-A Bit About "Queen Steel" by Bruce Voyles
-The Miller Brothers Cutlery Company
-New Knife Club In Tarheel County
-Case Did Make A Curly Maple Sharkstooth


October 1976
-$2,000 In Prizes For Drive
-Salem Show Was First Class
-1977 Club Knife
-Committees Appointed At Winston-Salem
-Knives: Will They Be Tomorrow's Key by Jack Steed
-Ka-Bar Knife Co. Digs For Knives
-Tarheel Cutlery Takes Off
-Farewell To IXL's Home by Bruce Voyles
-Winston-Salem Show Review


January 1977
-President's Column by James Parker
-Frankenstine Knife Is Sold
-Stolen Knives Alert
-Knoxville: A Show Of Fine Displays
-Turner Signs 92 To Win Contest
-1977 Ferguson Is Available
-Spotting Fakes
-Col C.J. Hyde - New Vice President Profile


April / May 1977 **1st Issue Of Magazine**
-The President's Page by James Parker
-Knife News, Views And Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Robeson, A Collector's Dream by Bill Worley
-Trapping Trappers by David Mullins
-Blades By Worm by Bruce Voyles
-Best Of The West by Jack Steed
-Spotting Fakes
-Every Dog's (Head) Has It's Day by James Parker
-The Louisville Show
-Carter Country Hosts A Big Show In Atlanta
-What To Collect by Jack Steed
-The Fighting Edge by Carl Horton
-Colonel Bob Mayes by Bruce Voyles
-Are Switchblades Legal?


June / July 1977
-The President's Page by James Parker
-10 Dots To A Collection by James Parker
-The Trials And Tribulations Of An Apprentice Knifemaker by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Bicentennial Knives by C.C. Creekmore
-Board Of Director's Profile, Bill Overall by Bruce Voyles
-Spotting Fakes
-How To Start A Cutlery Business by James Parker
-A Visit With Cuz by Bob Spire
-Getting Your List Quicker by Bruce Voyles
-A Blade And A Name: Their Story by Bill Horton
-Frank Buster Is Alive And Well by Bruce Voyles
-Cincinnati Show Review
-Knives Are Big In Texas
-Is There A Girl In Your Room?


August / September 1977 -The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Tracing The Trowel by W.H. Bill Horton
-Ivory Handles: Beware by NKCA Staff
-Knife Shopping At The Knife Shop by Bob Spire
-Thoughts From A Small Timer by Carlos Vinson
-Messing Around With MSA Knives by Jack Steed
-The Influence Of Knife Making by Col. C.J. Hyde
-The One-Hander, W.T. Fuller by Bruce Voyles
-A Muskrat Knife Doesn't Look Like A Muskrat by Bruce Voyles
-Profile: W.E. Shockley by NKCA Staff
-Observations Of An NKCA Show by Jack Steed
-The Terror Of All Knife People - "I've Lost My Knife" by James A. Laycook
-An Open Letter To The Non-Member Custom Collector And Maker by Bruce Voyles
-Lose It, We'll Replace It by NKCA Staff


October / November 1977
-The Texas Special by NKCA Staff
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-More News And Views by Bruce Voyles
-My Favorite Old Folding Knife by Skip Bryan
-The Taylor Made Knives Of C. Gray Taylor by Bruce Voyles
-The Case Of The Hero-Engraved Scimitar by Leonard Liebowitz
-Silver Bullets by James F. Parker
-The Psychology Of Knife Collecting by Richard L. Flournoy, Ph.D.
-The Flat Ended Knife by Bill Retskin
-Arkansas Director Herman Bray by Bruce Voyles
-The Canton Cutlery Company by Canton Morning News, 1901
-Little Valley Kutlery Association by Skip Bryan
-Spotting Fakes by NKCA Staff
-Investing: Predicting The Future Of Knives by Swanson H. Smith
-Novelty Cutlery Company by Bill Bork


December 1977 / January 1978
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-The Life and Knives of Bill Scagel by Glen Lambert
-Getting More of the Picture by Jack Steed
-A Military Kutmaster by Carl Horton
-Mickey Mattox: Custom Knifemaker by Bruce Voyles
-The Evolution of Counterfeiting by I. Benn Stuck
-Knives I Have Known by Edward Y. Breese
-Collecting Old Stampings by Carlos Vinson
-The Birth of a Knife Collection by Ralph C. Franks


February / March 1978
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-NKCA Financial Statement by NKCA Staff
-Case Moby Dick by NKCA Staff
-A Jack For All Trades by James L. Sutton
-Kill-A-Bar Kabar by NKCA Staff
-Collecting Straight Razors by Skip Bryan
-Knife Buffing by Adrian A. Harris
-Ben Kelly Profile by Bruce Voyles
-The Winchester - Remington - Union Switch Blade by James. L. Sutton
-Empire Had One Too by Bruce Voyles
-The Sheffield Of America by C.E. Cooper
-Spotting Fakes by NKCA Staff


April / May 1978
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Directors Pass Firearms Regulation by NKCA Staff
-7 Blade Knives by James F. Parker
-Regionalism and Knife Collecting by Clyde E. Shoe
-The Cat in the Canal by C.E. Cooper
-Now This Looks Like a Knife Collection by James L. Sutton
-Collecting Custom Knives by Butch Winter
-Figural: A Little Means a Lot by Stewart Taylor


June / July 1978
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Knife Investing by Swanson Smith
-Is It Mint? by Bruce Voyles
-The Warther Legend by NKCA Staff
-How To Make a Knife by Tommy Lee
-The True Value of Knife Books by Carlos Vinson
-The Good Old Days, Revived by Ka-Bar by NKCA Staff
-Pages From the Past - Marsh & Grosh by Bruce Voyles
-The Fighting Edge by Carl Horton
-A Family Tree of Knives by Pete Cohan
-Marbles Specialties for Sportsmen 1906 by James F. Parker


August / September 1978
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Battle Ax Brand - Hunters by NKCA Staff
-Straight Razor Collecting by Robert A. Doyle
-My First Sheath Knife by Ben Kelley, Jr.
-Damascus Man: Bill Moran by Wayne V. Holter
-Knife History: Edward K. Tryon, Philadelphia by Henry M. Okleshen
-Ray Cook, Knife Customizer by James L. Sutton
-When A Knife Collector Dies, Does He Go To Bradford, PA? by Bruce Voyles


October / November 1978
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Schrade Beauty and the Beast by NKCA Staff
-George Schrade and the Switchblade by Bruce Voyles
-Knives at Ohio State Fairs by NKCA Staff
-The Collector for the Collector by Carlos Vinson
-Collecting the Collector by Swanson Smith
-Silver Fruit Knives by Allen P. Swayne


December 1978 / January 1979
-Cutthroating: A Finer Point of Knife Collecting by Gordon Hooker
-Randall Made Knives by NKCA Staff
-Abdul the Bulbur Ameer by Leonard Liebowitz
-Cutlery's Black Sheep by Bill Worley
-Seguine: Rare and Collectible by Butch Winter
-The Building of a Knife Collection by J.R. Mills
-House of Coutel: A Touch of the Old Country by James F. Parker


February / March 1979
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-The Case Gators by NKCA Staff
-Knife Investing by Bruce Voyles
-Welcome to the Sharp Shop by Bruce Voyles
-The Case for Banning Knives by D. Theo Hardy
-My Old Jackknife by John D. Wells
-Ron Kessnick - Cincinnati Knifemaker by Bill Worley
-Collecting New Knives by Carlso Vinson
-Collecting in Chattanooga, TN by Marcus Stuart
-Cutthroating Back Then by American Cutler Magazine, 1925


April / May 1979
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-House of Coutel by NKCA Staff
-The Blacksmith's Knife by W.H. Bill Horton
-Collecting Custom Knives by Butch Winter
-From the Business Office by James A. Frost
-Knifetrading in Cincinnati, OH by NKCA Staff


June / July 1979
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Elkhorn Cutlery Plains Set by NKCA Staff
-Sabers of the Horse Soldiers by Jack Steed
-The Paul Knife by Melton Ferris
-M & M Ferris Cutlery by Davi Lewis
-Koval and Company by Earl Witsaman
-The Broken Knife by The American Cutlery, 1922


August / September 1979
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-1980 NKCA Club Knife by NKCA Staff
-Case Prototypes by Marcus Stuart
-Case's Rarest Folding Hunter by Skip Bryan
-A Look at Schatt & Morgan by Bruce Voyles
-Repairing Knives by W.R. Shehorn
-Colt Knives by Bruce Voyles
-Knife Quiz by NKCA Staff
-Knives in the Smokies by Bob Spire
-For the Beginner by NKCA Staff
-Making the DiMedici Dagger by Leonard Liebowitz


October / November 1979
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Mac Tool Knives by NKCA Staff
-The Trademarks of IXL by Richard Stein
-Collecting in All Directions by R.B. Hinckle
-Fishing Knives by Jim Williamson
-Sowbelly Knives by Skip Bryan
-Case Collectors Tour Factory by NKCA Staff
-Knife Investing: Buying by NKCA Staff


December 1979
-The President's Page by James F. Parker
-Knife News, Views and Reviews by Bruce Voyles
-Taylor Cutlery Caribou Knife by NKCA Staff
-Bowies by NKCA Staff
-A Touch of British Class by W.H. Bill Horton
-My Answer to "The Best Knife To Collect" by Bill Melton
-William Blair: Unsung Pioneer by Phillip R. Pankiewicz
-Marble: Innovation At Its Best by Jack Steel
-Knives from Brad Embry by J.K. Osgood
-Bill Ankrom: Knifemaker by Leonard Liebowitz
-Knife Names Are Nothing New by Carlos Vinson


February 1980
-Knife Repair by W.R. Shehorn
-Knives: Yours or the Burglars? by Bruce Voyles
-A Beginning of Bowies by Roger Ballard
-Fossilized Ivory for Knife Handles by Clyde E. Shoe
-Gary Barnes: Expressions in Steel by Wayne V. Holter
-What Should I Buy? by Carlos Vinson
-Investing: How To Sell by NKCA Staff


March 1980
-The Couteaux of France by Tom Sewell
-Stag Party by Jim Williamson
-Baker, Hamilton & Pacific by Skip Bryan
-Mystery of History by Donnie Stowe
-Knifemaker Profile: John T. Smith by Butch Winter
-Knife Repair: How to Clean a Knife by W.R. Shehorn
-Fillet Knives by Phillip Pankiewicz


April 1980
-The Couteaux of France - Part II by Tom Sewell
-Case Trapper by Jim Schleyer
-Blades of the World - In Miniature by Paul Long
-Knife Repair by W.R. Shehorn
-General vs. Specialized Collecting by Cecil W. Cheney


May 1980
-Cloisonne Enamel by John Roberts
-The Couteaux of France - Part III by Tom Sewell
-Knives With Detachable Blades by A.L. Williams
-The 22 Caliber Jack Knife by Rex L. Rathbone
-Knifemaker Profile: John Gwaltney by Jimmy Powell
-Collector Profile: Jim Laycook by Butch Winter


June 1980
-The Couteaux of France - Part IV by Tom Sewell
-Identification of Restored U.S. Leather Handled Bayonets by H. Gregory Engleman
-A Few Complaints by Carlos Vinson
-John Primble by Harris Florida
-The Sharkstooth That Did Not Make It To The Whitehouse by Melvin Hess
-The Legalities of Owning Ivory by U.S. Department of Commerce
-Kissing Crane by NKCA Staff
-Knife Repair: If At First You Don't Succeed by W.R. Shehorn


July 1980
-Genuine Stag Handled Case Knives: Collecting or Investing by James F. Parker
-A Colorado Bowie by Marvin Clyncke
-Let's Hear It for the Little Guys by Jim Williamson
-Knives in History and History in Knives by Waldo R. Hieatt
-Knife Repair: The Hatchet Knife by W.R. Shehorn
-Stolen! by NKCA Staff


August 1980
-Beware of Pearl by Butch Winter
-Stolen Knives by Don Allen
-More Alrington Photos by NKCA Staff
-Marbles Sunfish by Skip Bryan
-For the Beginner: Price Changes and Why by NKCA Staff
-A Dagger From the Bronze Age by Richard L. Stein
-NKCA Grading Standards by NKCA Staff
-Knife Repair: A Pearl Handled Lobster by W.R. Shehorn


September 1980
-Candidates for NKCA Offices by NKCA Staff
-Knifemakers Guild Show by NKCA Staff
-Chattanooga Knife Show by NKCA Staff
-Announcing the Knife of the Month Contest by NKCA Staff
-Knife Repair: Spinning Parts by W.R. Shehorn


October 1980
-The Handles Have It by Roger Ballard
-More Handles by NKCA Staff
-Variations on a Theme by Richard Stein
-Lockback Knives by J. Paul Turner
-"Star and cross" to Ride Again by NKCA Staff
-Knife Shows and Their Proper Promotion by NKCA Staff


November 1980
-Ladies of the Blade by Jean Sargent
-Folders for Fun by Butch Winter
-A Tale of a Texas Bullet by Skip Bryan
-Knife Repair: Repairing Switchblade Knives by W.R. Shehorn


December 1980
-Museum Notes by James A. Frost
-Case Trappers by Jim Schleyer
-The USMC Kabar: The Origin of the Kabar by W.H. Bill Horton
-The Famous Kabar: A WWII Fighting Knife by M.H. Cole
-Knives of the American Merchant Marine by Captain Lee B. Steven
-I Found It! by Leroy Roark
-Unscruplous Dealers: New Collectors by Sam Glass
-Knife Repair: Heat Treatment of Steel by W.R. Shehorn


January 1981
-Museum Notes by James A. Frost
-Knife of the Month by NKCA Staff
-The Bowie Hunters by Roger Ballard
-Shut Knives by Skip Bryan
-The Death of a French Knife Grinder by Tom Sewell


February 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Museum Notes by James A. Frost
-An Ordinance 52040 by NKCA Staff
-The Folder Challenge by Butch Winter
-The Smith & Wesson You Can't Shoot by Jim Williamson


March 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Knife of the Month by NKCA Staff
-By-Laws: National Knife Collectors Association by NKCA Staff
-Theo. M. Green & Co. and Domar Cutlery Company by Franz X. Kieffer
-In the Beginning; A Knife Club by Harris Florida
-Knife Repair: Restoration - The Second Time Around by Rex Rathbone
-Straight Razors: Collectibles of the Eighties by Denny Stapp


April 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Knife of the Month by NKCA Staff
-Museum Notes by James A. Frost
-Asheville Show in Photos
-Tampa Show Revisited by Robert Morris
-Why Winchester Went In For Cutlery by Edwin Pugsley
-Winchester Plan Under Discussion by NKCA Staff
-J.A. Henckels Celebrate Their 200th Anniversary by NKCA Staff
-Building Your Sales Around Pocketknives by NKCA Staff
-Chattanooga Show


May 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-A Trip To A Modern Cutlery Factory (1931) by NKCA Staff
-Collecting Customs: Jow Drouin Style by Butch Winter
-The Louisville Knife Show In Pictures
-A World of Numbers by R.B. Ritchie
-The Birmingham Knife & Gun Show


June 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Knife of the Month by NKCA Staff
-Michael Elias, Scrimschander by Phillip Pankiewicz
-Remington Pocketknives by M.H. Cole
-Collecting Design by Bill Worley


July 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-The Daddy Barlow Blade by DBN
-Bob Neal, Monticello, KY Knifemaker by Bob Neal
-Ruffin Johnson, El Lobo Solo by G. Scott Duhaime
-Remarks at Knife Museum Opening by Charles A. (Pat) Rose
-NKCA Museum Opens by Tom S. Turner
-Museum Opening in Photos
-Scenes from Chattanooga Knife Show
-Rendon Griffin, One of a Kind by G. Scott Duhaime
-A Knifemaker Reminisces by Jimmy Lile
-Jimmy Lile's Folding Hunter by Jim Williamson


August 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Japan's Cutlery Industry by Doug Price
-The Daddy Barlow Blade by DBN
-A Tribute to the Family in Letters, Photos, and an Essay by NKCA Staff
-Can you Prove It? by Donnie B. Stowe
-Randall's Classic Model One Fighting Knife by Jim WIlliamson
-The Fort Worth Knife Show in Photos
-A Marine's Fighting Knife by Zack Burkett
-A New Psychology for Knives by Phillip D. Cristantiello
-Dorothy Taylor: On the Edge of Knife Collecting and Display by NKCA Staff
-Grandpa and the "Butterbean" by LeRoy Roark
-South Carolina Knifemakers for SCAK by NKCA Staff


September 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-News & Views by Jean Sargent
-Star Sales Introduces Switch-A-Blade by NKCA Staff
-Sixth Annual Oregon Knife Show in Photos
-"Oh God, Get Me Out of Here" by John Sholly
-Gem Capital Knife Club Makes Donations by NKCA Staff
-A "Nutty" Sort of Collector by NCKA Staff
-German and American Boker Companies by Robert A. Cotner
-German Boker Presidential Profile by NKCA Staff
-German Boker President Gives NKCA Gift by NKCA Staff
-Boker 10th Anniversary Commemorative Knife by NKCA Staff
-The Kansas City Guild Show by NKCA Staff
-Sandvik Unveils New Blade Steel by NKCA Staff
-Winston-Salem Knife Show by Leo Boles
-Noccolula Knife Collectors Holds Mini-Show by NKCA Staff


October 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Uncle Henry and the Family Enterprise Called Schrade by Robert A. Cotner
-Cutting Friendship - Superstition? by George Ibberson
-The Current State of Knifemaking by James B. "Jimmy" Lile
-Collecting Custom Folders: The Art Folder by Butch Winter
-Handmade Knife Given to Prince Charles at Wedding by Steve Lawry
-The Louisville Show in Photos
-"Me Fecit Solingen" by Vincent Tartaro
-Danger of Breakdown of Celluloid Handles Detailed by Garry L. Zalesky
-Museum Attendance on Increase by NKCA Staff


November 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-clyde and Imogene Ranson Lend Three Collections by NKCA Staff
-Ellenville, Home of Schrade by Robert A. Cotner
-Whittling - 10,000 Years Ago in Washington State by The Atlanta Constitution
-Knife of the Month Discontinued by NKCA Staff
-1982 NKCA Club Knife a Smashing Success by NKCA Staff
-No Room for Error (A Riddle) by J.F. Peirce
-The Daddy Barlow Blade by DBN


December 1981
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Dave Swinden, 3rd Generation Cutler and Schrade V.P. by Robert A. Cotner
-Picture of a Pocketknife Buff by Nancy Allison Wright
-National Knife Museum Library and Archives Underway by NKCA Staff
-Sargent, Schleyer Write Case Price Guide by NKCA Staff
-Canadian Collector Visits Museum by NKCA Staff
-"Mr. Bill" More Than a Security Guard by NKCA Staff
-Meet "The Whittler" by NKCA Staff


January 1982
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-President Reagan Given Case Knife by NKCA Staff
-Cargill Forms Cripple Creek Cutlery by Peter Cakanic
-Cincinnati's Newest Knife Shop by Bill Worley
-Al Norlin ... The HOlly Man by C. Bruce Spencer
-The Atlanta Knife Show
-Iwo Jima Commemorative Knife Announced by NKCA Staff


February 1982
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-Report From the Northern Edge by W.C. White
-Farqharson Retires from Case by NKCA Staff
-The Value of Hobbies by Phillip D. Cristantiello
-A Larry Hendrick's One-Of-A-Kind by Joseph D. Drouin
-Collector Tribute to Knife Shows by NKCA Staff
-Omaha Knives: A Personal View by Skip Bryan


March 1982
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-Interior of Museum Designed for Easy Viewing by Jim Schleyer
-One of a Kind ... W.T. Fuller by Charles W. McDaniel
-1930-1980: Fifty Years is Not Enough by Donna Moss
-Ray Cook Donates Customized Precise Knife to Museum by NKCA Staff
-"Ode to the KNife" - A Poem by J. Warner Jennings
-William Staege, Master Knifemaker by Glen Lambert
-Report from the Northern Edge by W.C. White
-The Bowie Still Lives! by Jim Williamson
-The Shot Show by C. Bruce Spencer
-First Fifty Numbers Chosen for 1982 NKCA Club Knife by NKCA Staff
-An Idea for Record Keeping by NKCA Staff


April 1982
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-NRA Loses Critical Court Battle by NKCA Staff
-Helping the Newcomer Get Started by C. Bruce Spencer
-American Bladesmith Society Plays Active Role in Custom Knifemaking by Jim Phillips
-Case SSP Folders Etched "Stainless" or "Razor Edge" by Al Slade
-Mexican Standoff by J.F. Pierce
-NKCA 1981 Expense Graph by NKCA Staff
-John Rickman Sings "Swappin' Knives" by John Rickman
-A Quest for a Library Knife by Edna Macon
-Harvey McBurnette, Master Knifemaker by Glen Lambert
-Birmingham Knife Show Attracts Crowds by NKCA Staff
-A Salute to Youth by NKCA Staff
-W.W. Cronk's Art Weapons by Gary Kelley


May 1982
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-Blade Finishes by Philip R. Pankiewicz
-Sid Birt Profile by Butch Winter
-Damascus Blades by Glen Lambert
-Thoughts on Traveling by Cindy Rabb
-Moore & Handley by Jim Blackburn
-Gift Knife to Museum by Nap Smith
-Stud Knife Investigation by NKCA Staff
-Rich Man's Collection by NKCA Staff
-Interchangeable Blades by Philip R. Pankiewicz
-10th Anniversary Knives by NKCA Staff


June 1982
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-The Point Is by Robert A. Cotner
-Pistol Knife by Gary L. Zalesky
-North Indiana Museum Knife by NKCA Staff
-"Alamo Bowie" by NKCA Staff
-Camillus "Longhorn" by NKCA Staff
-Frost Texas Stockman by NKCA Staff
-Best Knives Made by Ken Warner
-Karsten Collection by NKCA Staff
-Mule Day by Charles Leeman
-Tai Goo - Blacksmith by Janice M. Rowe
-Duke Sells meets Ray Beers by S. Thomas Gross
-AMCA - NKCA Meeting by NKCA Staff
-Paul Phelps Museum Knife by NKCA Staff


July 1982
-The President's Column by Jim Sargent
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-Knife Saves Life by Clinton Tubbs
-Forsyth Collection by NKCA Staff
-Herman Williams Story by NKCA Staff
-Cheaper Knives by Patrick N. Love
-A Knife for Reagan by NKCA Staff
-Remington Bullet by Jim Williamson
-Gutmann "One of a Kind" by NKCA Staff
-Unique Collectibles by LeRoy Roark
-Adrian Harris - Col. Coon by NKCA Staff
-Leon Pittman "The Worm" by G. Scott Duhaime
-Knife Patents by D.E. Henry
-Palmetto Cutlery Club by NKCA Staff


August 1982
-The President's Column by Jim Sargent
-Jest Whittling by C. Bruce Spencer
-Counterfeit Copperhead by M.R. Herron, D.V.M.
-A Case of Peanuts by NKCA Staff
-Downey Story by C. Bruce Spencer
-Knife Blade Designs by NKCA Staff
-Report from the Northern Edge by W.C. White
-Typical Collector by Larry Lattimore
-Barlows & Bolsters by Pete Cohan
-Knife History - Enderes by Henry M. Okleshen
-Rabb Collection Featured on PM Magazine by Cindy Rabb
-Stolen Collection by NKCA Staff
-French Knife Museum by NKCA Staff


September 1982
-The President's column by Jim Sargent
-Rare Indeed by NKCA Staff
-More than a Knife by garry L. Zalesky
-Wildlife Scenes on Puma Knives by NKCA Staff
-Too Good to Keep Filed by NKCA Staff
-Lew Angel's razors by NKCA Staff
-NKCA Club Knives by NKCA Staff
-Knife Museum Featured on TV Show by NKCA Staff
-Atlanta Cutlery Buys Firm by NKCA Staff
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-Knifemaker Guild Show by NKCA Staff
-Early Medical Department Folding Knives by Jim Blackburn
-Case Trip Winners by NKCA Staff


October 1982
-The President's Column by Jim Sargent
-Jest Whittlin' by C. Bruce Spencer
-Elegance in Steel by Mable Smith
-50 Years at Camillus by Robert Cotner
-Chesapeake Bay Club Show by S. Thomas Gross
-Case Prototypes Stolen by NKCA Staff
-Observations on the Edge of Razors by Mr. Lewenhoeek, F.R.S.
-Frost Cutlery Field Test by Glen Lambert
-Sailor Knives Through the Years by NKCA Staff
-Between Assignments by Bob and Kirsten Cumming
-Strictly for the Fun of It by Glen Lambert
-Photo Essay, Louisville '82 by NKCA Staff
-Unique Locking Folders by Philip R. Pankiewicz
-Jack Crain, Knifemaker by Mike Bedwell


November 1982
-The President's Column by Jim Sargent
-Sword Collecting by Leonard J. Garigliano
-Buried Knife Turns Up a Year Later by Alberta McCaleb
-Robert from the Northern Edge by W.C. White
-Connecticut Custom Knifemaking by Carolyn Nuzzi
-Oscar Barnett and His Mysterious Plier/Knife by Jim Blackburn
-Knife Knutty by Carl Kohler
-The Hawbaker Muskrat by Bill Worley
-Cover Story - Case Collectables by NKCA Staff
-The Daddy Barlow Blade by Eugene Lampkin, DBN
-Her Name Was Holly by Linda Beshires


December 1982
-The President's Page by Jim Sargent
-Schrade Scrimshaw by NKCA Staff
-What Does the NKCA Offer? by James A. Frost
-Knifemaker from San Pablo Bay by Burt Miller
-English Knives in Early America by Garry L. Zalesky
-Classic Fighting Knives by Jim Williamson
-Custom Knife Commentary by Butch Winter
-Ken Largin - Knifemaker by Burt Miller
-Six Cubic Feet of Knives by James E. Maples
-I Was a Knife Trader by Tommy Miller
-Roving Professor Knifemaker by Burt MIller
-Knuckle Duster by Garry L. Zalesky
-Moore-Handley Knives by Jim Blackburn
-TL-29 Military Knives by W.H. Horton


January 1983
-You Won't Believe This...But by Glen Lambert
-Schrade Kachina by NKCA Staff
-Michelangelo in Wood by Jim Allday
-1982 N.Y. Custom Knife Show by Phil Pankiewicz
-Unique Locking Folders, Part II by NKCA Staff
-For Beginners Only by Bill Worley
-Knifemaker Has the Custom Edge by Walt Johnson
-America's First Knife Makers by Tom Korb
-Steve Terrill by Burton Miller
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Thanksgiving Weekend by Jim Allday


February 1983
-Basic Woodcarving by Harry Meech
-Jim Bowie's Other Knife by J.F. Peirce
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Bride Knives by Raymond J. Walker
-W.B. Belknap & Belknap Hardware Company by Leroy Roark
-He's One Sharp Guy by Ed Remitz
-The Treed Coon by Tommy Miller
-A Question of Value, Part I by Leonard Liebowitz
-Abraham Lincoln's Pocketknife by Jim Allday
-Pierce's Hardware by Eddie Cummins
-Whittling Away with Warren Knives by Philip Pankiewicz
-Virginia's Knifemakers by Bob Brown
-Fort City Knife Collectors Club by Bill Worley
-Geoffrey's First Knife by Jim Williamson


March 1983
-North Star Blade Collectors Show by NKCA Staff
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Chattanooga Show by Jim Allday
-The Secret of a Sharp Knife by Outdoor Life Magazine
-Now a Word from Mr. Kissing Crane by Hugo Schiesen
-A Question of Value, Part II by Leonard Liebowitz
-Wilkison Interview Transcript by Jim Allday
-Steve "Wootz" Schwarzer Comes in From the Cold by Jim Phillips
-Fruit Knives and Forks by Simon Moore
-Biggest Success Story of 1982 by Cindy Rabb
-South Carolina Knifemakers by Glen Lambert


April 1983
-Memphis Knife Show by NKCA Staff
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Knife Superstitions by Anita Howard
-One Armed Man Exception to Switchblade Ban by Jim Tucker
-He'd Rather be Independent by Kathryn Love
-Mini Mania by Philip Pankiewicz
-Innovations in Pocket Knife Making by NKCA Staff
-Cassius Marcellus Clay by J.F. Pierce
-Frost Cutlery Company Comanche & Peacemaker Field Test by Glen Lambert
-This Knife's a Bridge by Samuel R. Davenport
-German vs. U.S. Hunting Knives by Jim Williamson
-Bladesmith's Beauties by NKCA Staff


May 1983
-Taxes and Collectibles by Robert Wolf
-Pages from the Past by NKCA Staff
-Ere's to You, Fuzzy Wuzzy by Chet Green
-The Casual Collector by J.F. Peirce
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Up to the Green River by Richard W. Kimball
-Bob Burdette - Scrimshander by Glen Lambert
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley


June 1983
-A Tale of the Whittler's Bench by J.F. Peirce
-Lincoln's Knives by Jim Tucker
-He Was Indeed a Devil by John Ingalsbe
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Collecting Old Knives by Philip D. Cristantiello, Ph.D.
-Dr. Frank Forsyth, Man of Taste, Collector Par Excellence by Robert A. Cotner
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-Report from the Northern Edge by W.C. White
-Knife Collector Hone Trading Skills at Show by Andy Morgan
-Bowie's Knife at the Alamo by Matt Coker


July 1983
-Knife Hints by Larry Angell
-The Camillus Model 88 Lok-Rancher by Jim Williamson
-A Texan Looks at the Bowie Knife by Jerry Heep
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-The Putnam Cutlery Corp. by NKCA Staff
-Collectibles are Where you Find Them by Dale Justus
-The Murd'rous Knife by J.F. Peirce
-Miller Brothers Cutlery Co. by NKCA Staff
-Case by Michael Levy
-Imports by Gerson Goodman
-Starting a Knife Club by Merle Trout


August 1983
-Off to the Knife Show by Jerry Heep
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Knife Collecting, A Daily Adventure by Anita Howard
-Peeling the Big Apple by Gerson Goodman and Art Mortensen
-Knife Adventures of the Devil's BOdyguard by Jim Phillips
-George Washington's Knife by Jim Tucker
-The Real Bowie Knife? Many Say Yes by Butch Winter
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives ... by NKCA Staff
-"Knife Man" Hobbyist and Wife by Don Meitin
-The H & B Manufacturing Company by NKCA Staff
-Zollan McCarty by Glen Lambert


September 1983
-The Water Cutting Knife by Jerry Heep
-Tips for a Top Collection by Emil R. Ollman
-Early References to Knives in English by J.F. Peirce
-The Story of a Knife by Tommy Miller
-The Collecting Instinct by NKCA Staff
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Knifemaking in Australia by Charles Lindahl
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-A Prodical Son's Pocketknife by John Alexander
-Straight from the Heart by Jorge Sanchez
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-Landers, Frary & Clark, Connecticut Cutlery Co. by NKCA Staff
-Why We Collect Things by Philip D. Cristantiello, Ph.D.
-Remington's New Baby Bullet by Jim Williamson
-Oscar Easley, Portrait of a Knife Dealer by Adrian Harris


October 1983
-The Water Cutting Knife, Part II by Jerry Heep
-Shofner's World of Knives by Jim Williamson
-The Switchblades of George Schrade by James D. Blackburn
-Fleams for Bleeding Animals by Marc Prival and Tom Sewell
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Damocles Revisited by J.F. Peirce
-A Canadian Collector by W.C. White
-The Presidential Edge by Paula Willson
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-The Little Known Utica Cutlery Co. by Bill Rogers
-Louisville! by NKCA Staff


November 1983
-Pugh Made Knives by Jerry Heep
-'Twas the Night Before the Show by Phil Krumholz
-Is It or Ain't It? by NKCA Staff
-The Coburn & Hayes Knife Factories by NKCA Staff
-Wendell's Wee Works by Kathryn Love
-Everything You Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-Custom Commentary by Butch Winter
-Ashokan '83 by Tony Tocci
-The Ring Toss by J.F. Peirce
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-ACMA Aims at Customs Violations by NKCA Staff
-Make a Knife Roll for $6 or Less by Roy Ritchie
-What's It Worth? by Ron Stewart and Roy Ritchie


December 1983
-History of the Folding Knife by Simon Moore
-Music City U.S.A. by Butch Winter
-How to Judge a Whittling Contest by Frank Trexler
-Is this the Knife from the Alamo? by Jim Williamson
-Bayonets by Thomas L. Korb
-When I Was Only Ten by Phil Krumholz
-Everything you Wanted to know About Knives by NKCA Staff
-These Gators Really Know How to Slice Them by Paula Stahel Willson
-October Club of the Month by NKCA Staff
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-Just Call Him Colonel by Patrick Howington
-In Review: Death in the Silent Places by Jim Williamson


January 1984
-Superknife! by Mac Overton
-Knives and the American Sportsman by Chet Green
-A Family Affair by Frank Peirce
-New York Custom Knife Show by Gerson Goodman
-Father's Melon Tester by Phil Krumholz
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley
-Jast a Tangin' by M.H. Herron D.V.M.
-Chicago Cutlery by Jim Williamson
-Wizard of Edge by Bob Cary
-Pocketknives by Gene Hill


February 1984
-Today's Engraving by G. Scott Duhaime
-Collectibles are Where You Find Them by Dale Justus
-Buck Knives Custom Shop by Jim Williamson
-Robert Terzuola by Butch Winter
-Investigations... The Water Cutting Knife by William Hood
-Floats Like a Butterfly by Paula Stahel Willson
-Adventures in Foreign Knife Collecting by Eiler Robert Cook
-History of the Folding Knife by Simon Moore
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley


March 1984
-Devil Take a Whittler by J.F. Peirce
-The New Bucklite by Mac Overton
-Meet the Guthook by Ron Hamm
-Knife Control - It's On Its Way by Gerson Goodman & Art Mortensen
-The Duck Head Craze by Mel Tharp
-Treasure Hunt by NKCA Staff
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley


April 1984
-The Grim Reaper by Jerry Heep
-Stolen Knives - A Threat to All Collectors by Dr. Harold Gluck
-Marked for Life by J.F. Peirce
-Wil-Yam and the Primitives by Phil Krumholz
-Diamond Sharpeners by Mac Overton
-History of the Folding Knife by Simon Moore
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley


May 1984
-The Great Bayonet Scandal by Tom Korb
-Open 10 to 7 by J.F. Peirce
-Bechtler Mint Knife Club by NKCA Staff
-Swiss Army Knives by Mac Overton
-Damascus Steel, History & Legend by Richard L. Stein, Ph.D.
-Trademarks from Everywhere by Tom Korb
-Everything you Wanted to Know About Knives... by NKCA Staff
-An Essay on Pen and Pocket Cutlery by A.L. Holley


June 1984
-R.J. Cumming ... Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-Nagle Re-Blade Knife Co. by R.S. Walsh
-A Small Boy's Jackknife Crisis by Richard L. Hakes
-The Old Collector by Phillip Wildewood
-Conversation Piece by J.F. Peirce
-Psst... Hey Mister by Jerry Heep
-Trademarks from Everywhere by Tom Korb


July 1984
-The Knife that Saved a Soul by Jim Tucker
-Confederate Bowie Knives by Charles S. Harris
-Knife Handles by Jim Williamson
-Just for Kicks by Richard Ponshook
-Excavations 5200 A.D. by Phillip Krumholz
-Old Knife Factory Cuts New Edge by Betty Rivera
-Trademarks from Everywhere by Tom Korb


August 1984
-Night of the Marines by Jerry Heep
-Holley Pocket Knives by NKCA Staff
-Another Tale of the Whittler's Bench by J.F. Peirce
-Shaving's Not a Hatchet Job by Mark Kennedy
-Blade Construction: Comparative Strengths by Richard L. Stein, Ph.D.
-Candidates for Officers and Board by NCKA Staff


September 1984
-The Knives are Gone at Barton's Grove by Phil Krumholz
-When a Man Needs a Knife by NKCA Staff
-From Whittling to Collecting - One Man's Story by John Ravenscroft
-Collectibles are Where you Find Them by Dale Justus
-The Ulu, All Purpose Knife of the Eskimo by J.F. Peirce
-Report from the Northern Edge by W.C. White


October 1984
-My First Sword by Phil Krumholz
-M.R. Herron by J.F. Peirce
-Edges of Volcanic Glass by Mel Schneidermeyer
-Harvey McBurnett, Master of the Folding Knife by Jim Williamson
-Knives '84: A Review by Jim Williamson


November 1984
-Character Knives of the 20th Century by William J. Felchner
-Genealogy of a Knife Company by NKCA Staff
-House of Blades by Doris White
-Some Fruit Knife and Fork Oddities by Simon Moore
-Louisville Knife Show by NKCA Staff
-NKCA Election Results by NKCA Staff
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb
-A Word in Edgewise by Jim Allday
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter


December 1984
-Excellence in Folders by Henry Franks
-Our President, Ol' Sarge by Charles S. Harris
-Blucher and the Prussian Saber by Phillip Krumholz
-American Shear and Knife Company by Cindy Rabb
-Peach Seed Monkey by J.F. Peirce
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb
-A Word in Edgewise by Jim Allday
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter


January 1985
-The Living Soul of the Samurai, His Sword by Chet Green
-Knives and Daggers of China by J.F. Peirce
-Anthropomorphism and the Knife Haft by Simon Moore
-Deer Season and Precise International by Butch Winter
-Survival Knives and Survival by Jim Williamson
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Jim Sargent
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


February 1985
-A Brief History of the London Cutler's Company by Simon Moore
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 1 by Trustees of Smith College
-The Ancient Art of Whittling by Grover Brinkman
-Stop In and See Us Sometime by National Knife Museum
-Tale of a Kukri by Phil Krumholz
-How Does a 10 Year Old Get Into Knife Collecting? by Charles S. Harris
-Clear and Unmistakable, A Rugged Individualist by O.M. Ostlund, Jr.
-Knives: Points of Interest by Butch Winter
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


March 1985
-Gamblers, Knives, and the Old West by WIlliam J. Felchner
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 2 by Trustees of Smith College
-The NKCA's 1985 Chattanooga Show by NKCA Staff
-Kemal... by Jim Williamson
-Jim Fuller, Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-G-96 Knives by Mac Overton
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


April 1985
-A Knife for Pope John Paul II by Ray Beers
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 3 by Trustees of Smith College
-Talon Knife Company by Jefferson Davis
-Schrade 3rd Generation by Mac Overton
-Forging History at Ruana Knife by Gregory J. Dashle
-In Pursuit of the Jefferson Davis Razor by Phillip Krumholz
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


May 1985
-Hen & Rooster Knives by Mac Overton
-Field Testing a BuckMaster by Steven Dick
-Swiss Army Knife by Bill Walker
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 4 by Trustees of Smith College
-U.S. Knives of the Air by Phillip Krumholz
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


June 1985
-Women in Knife Collecting by Rena Szajman
-Something Sharp for the Lady by Jim Williamson
-Hollywood Western and the Knife by William J. Felchner
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 5 by Trustees of Smith College
-Collectibles are Where you Find Them by Dale Justus
-Swiss Farmer's Knife by Jerry Heep
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


July 1985
-Warrior Crafts by J.F. Peirce
-The Evolution of Medieval English Knives by Simon Moore
-Melvin T. Dunn... Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-The Al Mar SERE Survival knife by Steven Dick
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 6 by Trustees of Smith College
-Chicago Cutlery's Biocurve by Mac Overton
-Western Redesigns Pocketknives for '85 by NKCA Staff
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


August 1985
-Falls Businessman on Cutting Edge of Moonlighting by Mary Ognibene
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 7 by Trustees of Smith College
-Meet Jim Frost by Ron Bush
-The First But Not the Last by J.F. Peirce
-Jack Crain, Knifemaker by Jim Williamson
-Gerber Legendary by Mac Overton
-The Bad Deal! by Phillip Krumholz
-Civil War Knife, Fork and Spoon Combinations by Charles S. Harris
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


September 1985
-The Norfolk Sportsman's Knife by J.F. Peirce
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 8 by Trustees of Smith College
-Knives, Hardware and History by Steve Cary
-Should I Buy It? by Phillip Krumholz
-Balisong Knives & the Switchblade Knife Act by Stephen P. Halbrook
-John M. Baron, Figural Knife Collector by William J. Felchner
-The Civil War Pocketknife by Charles S. Harris
-The Kershaw Model 4351 Boot Knife by Steven Dick
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


October 1985
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 9 by Trustees of Smith College
-Loveless on Hunting Knife Design by Ron Swartley
-About Bob Loveless by Butch Winter
-Ol' Yeller No-Name by Mel Tharp
-Understanding How Knives Are Ground by Mike Franklin
-The Issue of Knife Control by Phil Krumholz
-Knives in Advertising by Jim Williamson
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


November 1985
-The Scangring Model 200 Wet Stone by Steven Dick
-Bicentennial Commemoratives 10 Years After by Phil Krumholz
-On Carrying A Concealed Knife in the Sunshine State by Jack Tanis
-The Barrel Knife: It Ain't A Switchblade! by Charles S. Harris
-Do You Thwittle? by J.F. Peirce
-Knives of the Famous by William J. Felchner
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 10 by Trustees of Smith College
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


December 1985
-The Knives of Commando by Jim Williamson
-The Company of Cutlers & the Cutler's Hall by J.F. Peirce
-Ike Griffith: Schoolteacher & Knifeswapper to Boot by Tommy Miller
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 11 by Trustees of Smith College
-MK-3 MODO vs. MK-2 Kabar ... The End of a Legend? by Steven Dick
-Book Review: Survival Knives by Jim Williamson
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


January 1986
-Common Blades of the Nippon Denji by Phillip Krumholz
-Switchblade Knives and the Right to Bear Arms by Stephen P. Halbrook Ph.D.
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 12 by Trustees of Smith College
-Field Testing Queen Bolster Locking Pin Folders by Steven Dick
-The Whittler's Bench Revisited by J.F. Peirce
-In Praise of List Makers by Frank J. Agnolatt
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


February 1986
-In Low Gear and High Didgeon by J.F. Peirce
-The Gerber Bolt Action Exchange Blade Hunter by Steven Dick
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 13 by Trustees of Smith College
-On Collecting Browning Folding Knives by Harvey Heuring
-Common Blades for the Forces of the Czar by Phillip Krumholz
-Stock Knives Past and Present by Mac Overton
-Lamson & Goodnow Manufacturing Company from Scythes to Knives by Cindy Rabb
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


March 1986
-Bowie by Butch Winter
-Bowie Blade and Its Effect on the Sheffield Industry by Simon Moore
-The Bowie Knife and the Confederacy by Charles S. Harris
-Bowie Knives Moore of Less by Jim Williamson
-A Grave Responsibility by Mel Tharp
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


April 1986
-A Knife by Any Other Name is a Hulfish by Cindy Rabb
-German Wehrmacht Bayonet by Phillip Krumholz
-A Three Day "Holiday" in Sheffield, Day 1 by Simon Moore
-Jean-Jacques Perret: A Cutler for All Times by Tom Sewell
-Political Pocket Knives by William J. Felchner
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 14 by Trustees of Smith College
-Frank Peirce's Other Knife by J.F. Peirce
-The Al Mar Tanken Utility Knife by Steven D. Dick
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


May 1986
-Calmont Cutlery by Butch Winter
-Knives for the African Bush by Jim Williamson
-Counterfeit Knives by NKCA Staff
-A Three Day "Holiday" in Sheffield, Day 2 by Simon Moore
-A Cutler For All Times, Part 2 by Tom Sewell
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


June 1986
-The Solution by ALCAS by NKCA Staff
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 15 by Trustees of Smith College
-Western Cutlery's 221 Survival System by Steven Dick
-Knives and Swords with Double Edged Blades by Stephen P. Halbrook
-A Three Day "Holiday" in Sheffield, Day 3 by Simon Moore
-A Cutler for All Times, Part 3 by Tom Sewell
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


July 1986
-NKCA's Friend in Washington by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Letter from NKCA Counsel Robert Lockaby
-Gerber's BMF Survival Knife by Steven Dick
-The Old Pine Knot by NKCA Staff
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 16 by Trustees of Smith College
-Model 1904 Hospital corps Knife by Phil Krumholz
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


August 1986
-A Cutler for All Times, Part 4 by Tom Sewell
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 17 by Trustees of Smith College
-The Life of the Knife-Grinder by Phillip Krumholz
-Antique Japanese Tantos by Richard L. Stein, Ph.D.
-Where Are All the John EK Commando Knives? by Steven Dick
-Candidates for NKCA Board of Directors
-Bailsong Knives and the Switch Blade Act by Stephen P. Halbrook
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


September 1986
-The Presidential Candidates by NKCA Staff
-Randall in Context by Jim Williamson
-Lappland Knives & Sheaths by J.F. Peirce
-A Cutler for All Times, Part 5 by Tom Sewell
-Counterfeit of the Month by Cindy Rabb
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 18 by Trustees of Smith College
-The Buck Fieldmate Utility / Survival Knife by Steven Dick
-Investment News by Cindy Rabb
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


October 1986
-Barber Puts Antique Razors to New Use by Grover Brinkman
-Knife People by Larry Crehan
-The Civil War Sword Manufactory by Phillip Krumholz
-The Solution by Steven Dick
-Are Local Knife Clubs Worthwhile? by Larry Crehan
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 19 by Trustees of Smith College
-The Case "Snapper" Folding Fillet Knife by Steven Dick
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


November 1986
-The Blades of Washington by Phil Krumholz
-The Russian Arm Rifle Bayonet by Steven Dick
-Bowie Knives & The Right to Bear Arms in Texas by Stephen P. Halbrook, Ph.D.
-Loony Laws Concerning Knives! by Robert W. Pelton
-A Fancy 17th Century French Folding Knife by Simon Moore
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 20 by Trustees of Smith College
-Cutco's Trappers by NKCA Staff
-Fishing for a Knife by Jerry Heep
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


December 1986
-Glen Hornby: Knifemaker by NKCA Staff
-The First Knives in Space by Jim Williamson
-Collecting Browning Knives, Phase II by Harvey Heuring
-Schrade Uncle Henry Blades by Mac Overton
-Those Crazy Razor Blades! by Phil Krumholz
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 21 by Trustees of Smith College
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by Cindy Rabb


January 1987
-The M9 Multipurpose Bayonet System by Phil Krumholz
-EK Survival / Fighter by Mac Overton
-Dan Dennehy, Knifemaker by Toni Tocci
-Hard Working Knives From Lou's Lockbacks by Stephen Dick
-Charles Dickens' Penknife by J.F. Pierce
-Looking Back: A Narrative History of BAKCA by Orville J. Austin
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 22 by Trustees of Smith College
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


February 1987
-Field Testing Generic Survival Knives by Steven Dick
-The Buckmaster LT by Jim Richards
-The Law of Gravity by Jack Tanis
-The Birdmen of Vermont by J.F. Peirce
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Part 23 by Trustees of Smith College
-Frank Korb, Collector by NKCA Staff
-The Barrel Knife by Charles S. Harris
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


March 1987
-Survival Knives with Survival Dentures by Douglas C. Berner
-History of the Cutlery Industry in the Connecticut Valley, Conclusion by Trustees of Smith College
-The Special Forces SOG Knife by Steven Dick
-A Few Unusual Cutlery Items by Phillip Krumholz
-Can it Really Slice Through Water? by NKCA Staff
-Case XX, Changer by Mac Overton
-Your Knife Collection and Your Well by Harold Gluck, Ph.D.
-Gerber Spaces Out by Jim Williamson
-France Issues Cutlery Stamp by Tom Sewell
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


April 1987
-Cold Steel and the Modern Tanto by Steven Dick
-Is There an All-Around Knife? by Jim Williamson
-How to Recover Damages by Harold Gluck, Ph.D.
-Goshen Knife Leather: A User's Report by J.P. McChesney
-Table Cutlery of Adolf Hitler by Phillip Krumholz
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


May 1987
-The Metroplex School of Knifemaking by Jerry Heep
-The British Answer to the All-Terrain Military Survival Knife by Steven Dick
-Trend Setter of the Industry: The New York Knife Show by Tony Tocci
-The Knives of the Horse & Buggy Doctor by James A. Pittman, MD
-The Ballistic Knife Act of 1986 by Robert Lockaby
-SOS from Switzerland by Jim Williamson
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


June 1987
-Walter Brend, Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-Louis Mills, Japanese Swordsmith by Susan Ludmer-Gliebe
-The Wood Carving Knife Collector by Charles S. Harris
-New NKCA Directors Installed at Banquet by NKCA Staff
-Coleman-Western Knives by Mac Overton
-The Kershaw Blackhorse Survival Kit by Steven Dick
-A Razor for Milady by Phillip Krumholz
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


July 1987
-A Stranger to the Ranger? by Albert N. Hardin, Jr.
-The Blade Grinders of Sheffield by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Finely-Honed Definitions by John Dromey
-The Effect of Crocodile Dundee on the Sheffield Bowie Knife Industry by Simon Moore
-George Herron, Profile by Jim Williamson
-Jeff Loffer: The Man Behind "The Cutlery Shoppe" by Steven Dick
-The Classic Scandinavian Cutlery from Ken's Finn Knives by Steven Dick
-1987 Oregon Knife Show by Rick Wagner
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


August 1987
-A Knife Collecting Trip to Paris by Simon Moore
-Frost Offers Crain-Style Machete by NKCA Staff
-Predatory Knives by Jim Williamson
-Al Mar Knife by Jim Williamson
-The Legacy by John Halton Henderson
-Chris Reeve's One Piece Hollow Handle Survival Knives by Steven Dick
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


September 1987
-Gerber's New LMF Survival Knives & the Evolving BMF by Steven Dick
-The Knives of Beauvoir by Rod Taylor
-Seven-Day Sets by Phillip Krumholz
-Ten Ways to Protect Your Treasure Finds by Harold Gluck
-Swords of Japan by Mel Tharp
-Knifemaker Dan Harrison by Mac Overton
-The Land of Smiling Faces by J.F. Peirce
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


October 1987
-The Main Battle Knife by Jim Williamson
-Syracuse Knife Company Closes Doors by J. Michael Kelly
-Simon Moore by Blair Howard
-Skinning Knives by Butch Winter
-Tar Heel Cutlery Show Award by NKCA Staff
-The Talwar of India by Phillip Krumholz
-Combat-Fighting Knives by J.E. Smith, Jr.
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


November 1987
-Whither Tends the Guild? by Jim Williamson
-German Pocketknives of World War II by Phillip Krumholz
-The Venerable Barlow Knife by Blair Howard
-The Phrobis/Buck U.S. M-9 Bayonet by Steven Dick
-Commonwealth vs. Miller by Robert Lockaby
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


December 1987
-Mary Austin Talley: Profile by Jim Williamson
-Al Mar Knives by Steven Dick
-Put Your Money in Gunstocks by Blair Howard
-The Knife in Folklore by Mel Tharp
-Book Review: A History of Shaving Razors by Jim Taylor
-Book Review: Pananandata Knife Fighting by Jim Williamson
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


January 1988
-The Titanium Buck Knife by Jim Richard
-Knifemaker: Frank Vought by Butch Winter
-You Oughta Be In Pictures by Blair Howard
-The Gerber Parabellum Folding Survival by Steven Dick
-Double Trouble by Alan K. Hawkins
-Book Review: Knives '88 by Jim Williamson
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


February 1988
-The Castle of Chillon by J.F. Peirce
-The Bowie & Its Associates by Mel Tharp
-Cutlery of the Secret Societies by Phillip Krumholz
-Dave McDearmont Knives by Jim Williamson
-The New Lockback Victorinox Swiss Army Knives by Steven Dick
-The Wonderful World of Whittlers by Blair C. Howard
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


March 1988
-How to Locate and Acquire the Knife You Want by Harvey Heuring
-Knife Hunting in Brussels by Phillip Krumholz
-Western's New "RoughCut" Folders by Steven dick
-The Trapper by Blair Howard
-Say "La-Yol" by Tom Sewell
-Book Review: The Book of the Sword by Phillip Krumholz
-Book Review: Everybody's Knife Bible, Green Berets' Methods & Knife Mannerisms by Steven Dick
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


April 1988
-Tekna's New Wilderness Edge Survival & Hidden Edge Folding Knives by Steven Dick
-Linda Karst, Scrimshander by Jim Williamson
-The Boy Scout Knife by Blair Howard
-Sheffield's Samuel Osborn by Cindy Rabb
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


May 1988
-The Remington Mystique by Blair Howard
-Van Camp Hardware: The "Capitol" of Cutlery by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Field Testing the Case XX Changer Folding Hunter by Steven Dick
-Picky, Picky, Picky by Butch Winter
-Cold Steel Trail Master Bowie by Jim Williamson
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


June 1988
-Some (More) Jottings of a Fruit Knife & Fork Collector by Simon Moore
-Randall's First Half Century by Jim Williamson
-How to Kill a Vampire! by J.F. Peirce
-Folding Hunters & Large Clasp Knives by Blair Howard
-The Special Forces SOG Knife, Replicas of SOG Specialty Knives by Steven Dick
-The New York Knife Company by Phillip Krumholz
-The Romance of Knife Collecting (Browning or Otherwise) by Harvey Heuring
-A Word in Edgewise by James V. Allday
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-The Yankee Trader by NKCA Staff


July 1988
-These Are Not Pussy Cats by Blair Howard
-The J.R. Torrey Razor Company by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Texarkana College Dedicates Knifesmithing School at 5th Annual Hammer-In by Jim Williamson
-The Development of De Luxe Folding Knives Within the History of Alfresco Eating by Simon Moore
-The New Ceramic Pocketknife from Boker by Jack King
-Long Gone by Eddie Cummins
-Knifemaker Profile: Bob Conley by Butch Winter
-The Coffin Whittler of Manchester by Phillip Krumholz
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter


August 1988
-Meet Your Candidates by NKCA Staff
-Profile: Charles Genella by Blair Howard
-Mark of the Cat by Jim Williamson
-Counterfeits? by Jack King
-My Thoughts on the Trade Act of '74 by Phil Krumholz
-Knifemaker Profile: Harold Crisp by Jack King
-Remington's New Sportsman Series Knives by Steven Dick
-The Rewards of Custom-Made Knife Collecting by Joe Drouin
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


September 1988
-Knives Built by Children or by "Custom Knives by Natalie, Barron & Carter" by Halton Henderson
-Knifemaker Profile: Sam Cox by Butch Winter
-Folding Hatchet Knives by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Grandpa's Plugger by Jamie Livesay
-Counterfeits by Jack King
-The Cold Steel Trail Master Bowie by Steven Dick
-Bargains from Overseas by Blair Howard
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


October 1988
-Counterfeits by Jack King
-Commemorative Knives from Buck by Blair Howard
-Fillet Knives by Jim Williamson
-The Pack River Knife Co. by Steven Dick
-The Noble House: W.R. Case & Sons by Blair Howard
-The Chef's Choice Electric Knife Sharpener by Steven Dick
-Small Game Knives by Jim Williamson
-Junior Knife Collecting by Jason Paulk
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


November 1988
-Counterfeits by Jack King
-Carriers and Containers for Eating Cutlery, Part I by Simon Moore
-When I Sharpen My Knife by Eddie Cummins
-A Texan Loses His Case by Jerry Heep
-James A. Frost - A Profile by Blair Howard
-Spyderco Cutlery by Steven Dick
-Robeson Pocketknives by Blair Howard
-The Maker from Maya Land by Jim Williamson
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


December 1988
-Counterfeits by Jack King
-Carriers and Containers for Eating Cutlery, Part II by Simon Moore
-Gerber's Lightweight Stockman Folders by Steven Dick
-The Queen of Cutlery by Blair Howard
-Dr. November's Randall by Jim Williamson
-Teddy's Penknife by Simon Moore
-Miller Brothers Cutlery Company by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


January 1989
-Counterfeits by Jack King
-So You Think You Want To Be a Dealer? by Harvey Heuring
-The Case Blackhorn Folding Hunter by Steven Dick
-The So-Called Remington Bullet Knives by J. Paul Turner
-Survival Knives by Jim Williamson
-NKCA Profile: Jim & Jean Sargent by Blair Howard
-Knifemaker Profile: Errol Young
-A Knife to the Rescue by Myrtle Archer
-A Sure Defence: The Bowie Knife (A Book Review) by Steven Dick
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-The NKCA and You by Col. C.J. Hyde
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


February 1989
-United States Cutlery's Mountain Shadows Damascus Folders by Steven Dick
-Randall Utility Knives by Jim Williamson
-Pocketknives by George Schrade by Blair Howard
-Bob Cargill, President by Blair Howard
-The Orion Swing Blade Hunting Knife by Steven Dick
-Bladesmith Morris Pulliam by Charlie K. Brown
-Jim Parker Buys W.R. Case & Sons by Blair Howard
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


March 1989
-NKCA Profile: Colonel C.J. Hyde by Blair Howard
-The History & Evolution of the Navy Pilot Survival Knife by Steven Dick
-The SOG Specialty Tomcat by Steven Dick
-The Executive Knife by Jim Williamson
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


April 1989
-Winchester Pocket Knives by Blair Howard
-Of Knives, Sharks, and Men by Jim Williamson
-A Michael Price Knife by L. Hegsted
-The 1989 Dallas SHOT Show by Steven Dick
-Knifemaker: Ron Gaston by Butch Winter
-An Old Knife by Eddie Cummins
-Book Review by Jack King
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


May 1989
-The Simon Moore Collection by Blair Howard
-The Kinloch Jungle Knife by Jim Williamson
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab, Part 1 by Jack Williamson
-The Unique Cutting Tools of B & T Diversified Industries by Steven Dick
-Switchblade - The Ace of Blades by Steven Dick
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


June 1989
-Reviews by Jim Williamson & Simon Dick
-Profile: Houston Price by Blair Howard
-Guarded Remarks by Jim Williamson
-Additions to the Museum by NKCA Staff
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab, Part 2 by Jack Williamson
-Questions & Answers by John Goins
-The Divines of Ulster by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


July 1989
-Profile: Frank Centofante by Jim Williamson
-Guild Profile: Wayne Clay by Blair Howard
-Knifemaker Profile: Bill Moran by Butch Winter
-Additions to the Museum by NKCA Staff
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


August 1989
-David Hall & United Cutlery by Blair Howard
-Gladius, The Roman Sword by Simon Moore
-Outdoor Edge Knife Report by Butch Winter
-The Marksman/Phroisis 9010 Workhorse by Steven Dick
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab, Chapter 3 by Jack Williamson
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


September 1989
-Additions to the Museum by NKCA Staff
-Emergency Knives by Jim Williamson
-John Parker of Smoky Mountain Knife Works by Blair Howard
-Knives of the U.S. Special Forces by Steven Dick
-Pocketknife Handle Rehab and Blade Reshaping or Replacement by Jack Williamson
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


October 1989
-A Pilgrimage to Theirs & Languiole by Simon Moore
-The 1989 Knifemakers Guild Show by Butch Winter
-Have You Seen These Knives? by NKCA Staff
-Sixth Annual Piney Woods Hammer-In by Jim Williamson
-Question & Answers by John E. Goins
-The Albert Blevins Collection by NKCA Staff
-Conversations with Frank Buster of Fight'n Rooster
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


November 1989
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab, Chapter 5 by Jack Williamson
-The Al Mar Pathfinder by Steven Dick
-A Toast to Old Roy by Tom Schifani
-In Quest of the Ultimate Pocketknife by Jim Williamson
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-Randall's New Catalog by Jim Williamson
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


December 1989
-Conversations with Frank Buster of Fight'n Rooster by Blair Howard
-Swiss Army Brand Victorinox Kitchen Cutlery by Steven Dick
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab, Chapter 5, Part 2 by Jack Williamson
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine


January 1990
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Gil Hibben & His Rambo III Knife by Houston Price
-Harriett & J. William Rosenthal by Blair Howard
-Original Documentation Of NKCA
-Knives by Lauren Schumer
-The Outdoor Edge Game Skinner by Steven Dick
-Question & Answers by John E. Goins
-Knifemaker Profile: Cris Dahl by Butch Winter


February 1990
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Randall Knife Society Of America by Jim Williamson
-The Rosenthal Collection, Part 2 by Blair Howard
-A Tribute To W.D. "Bo" Randall by Butch Winter
-Tarzan's Knife by Jim Williamson
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-Free Trade by W.C. White


March 1990
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab, Chapter VI - Part 1 by Jack Williamson
-Our Very Best by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Puukkos From Finland's Maverick Knifesmith by Steven Dick
-The Rosenthal Collection, Part 3 by Blair Howard
-Guild Profile: Jerry Fisk by Jim Williamson


April 1990
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-New Blades At The 1990 SHOT Show by Steven Dick
-Antique Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-The Sportsman Knife by Jim Williamson
-NKCA Profile: Butch & Rita Winter by Blair Howard
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab: Chapter VI - Part II by Jack Williamson


May 1990
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-New Facts of John Russell's Cutlery Co. by Phillip L. Krumholz
-My Daddy Loved Knives by Al Sperry
-"Before Loveless, Before Randall, Ruana Was" by Barney Foley
-Doug Casteel: A Knifemaker Profile by Blair Howard
-Why Puma? by Jim Williamson
-Beryl Driskill: Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-The Benchmade Delta Raider by Steven Dick
-1920 - A Very Good Year, Or A Very Good Knife? by Jack Williamson


June 1990
-A Slice of Life by James E. Maples
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Lost & Found by Colleen S. Robertson
-Young's Knives & Scrimshaw by Charlie K. Brown
-Lockbacks - The Working Collectible by Bill Worley
-Parachute & Jump Knives by Steven Dick
-Questions & Answers by John Goins
-For Beginners Only by Blair Howard
-What Shape Is Your Blade In? by Jim Williamson


July 1990
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
Along For The Ride by Jim Gullette
-Ron Lake - Folding Knife Pioneer by Bernard Levine
-The Chris Reeve Skinner by Steven Dick
-Jess Horn - Master Craftsman by Bernard Levine
-For Beginners Only, Part 2 by Blair Howard
-Jim Serven - Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-Executive Edge Update by Jim Williamson
-10th Annual Denver Knife Show by Skip Bryan


August 1990
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-The PCS French Foreign Legion Combat Knife by Steven Dick
-Carl Schlieper - An Eye On Value by Jim Williamson
-For Beginners Only, Part 3 by Blair Howard
-Collins & Company, Part 1 by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Quality Grading Of Pocketknives by John & Charlotte Goins
-James Schmidt, The Wizard Of Damascus Steel by Bernard Levine
-On The Show Scene by Lisa Broyles


September 1990
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-The International Silver & Jewellery Fair & Seminar by Simon Moore
-Confessions of a Knife Hornswoggler by A.L. Sperry
-Collins & Company, Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-A Collector's History of Buck Creek Pocketknives by Steven Dick
-For Beginners Only, Part 4 by Blair Howard
-The Blade Show & Cutlery Fair by Steven Dick
-A Bit of History by Leo O. Drake


October 1990
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-On The Show Scene...
-The Razor Wars by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Knives And The Law by Robert D. Macomber
-What's News? by Blair Howard
-Col. Applegate's Battle Blades by Steven Dick
-Victorinox - Old & New by Jim Williamson


November 1990
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-The Razor Wars - Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Custom Knives For The User, From Dan E. Brdlik by Steven Dick
-The Roman Sword by Jim Williamson
-What's News? by Blair Howard
-The 1990 Knifemakers Guild Show by Butch Winter
-Point Of Law by Robert D. Macomber


December 1990
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-George W. Geffert - Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-What Women Don't Know About Men by Al Sperry
-Silver Casting On The Cheap - Part I by Phillip L. Krumholz
-NKCA Auctions
-What's News? by Blair Howard
-On The Show Scene by Lisa Broyles
-Muela, The Bowie Specialist by Steven Dick


January 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-New Directions For SOG Specialty by Steven Dick
-Evolutionary Trends In 16th Century Knives - Bolsters & Inset Scales by Simon Moore
-Wayne Goddard - Lifelong Knifemaker by Bernard Levine
-Silver Casting on The Cheap - part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Questions & Answers by John & Charlotte Goins


February 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-The Spyderco / Terzoula / Benchmade Clipit by Steven Dick
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Col. Tex Mehaffey's Model 15 Randall Airman by Rhett Stidham
-Silver Casting On The Cheap - Part III by Phillip L. Krumholz
-What's News? by Blair Howard
-A Classic Fighting Knife by Jim Williamson
-Book Reviews by Steven Dick
-The J.E. Mergott Company by Phillip L. Krumholz


March 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Evolutionary Trends In 16th Century Knives - Bolsters & Inset Scales by Simon Moore
-Cold Steel's All Terrain Chopper by Steven Dick
-Youth Contest Winners
-The American Cutlery Company by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Knifemaker Profile: Greg Smith by Butch Winter
-On The Show Scene - '90 Knoxville Show
-Tangs Aren't Tangential by Paul Brubaker
-A Knife Collection Data Record System by Jack Williamson


April 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Gryphon M30A1 Combat Knife by Steven Dick
-Knifemaker Profile: Morrey Einstein by Phil Krumholz
-Where In The World by Barney Foley
-The 1991 SHOT Show by Steven Dick
-Jim Gets His Knife by Jim Gross
-A Forest Of Blades - The Sheffield Year Knife by Simon Moore
-Dealing With The Thief by Harvey Houring
-The First Disposable? by Phil Krumholz
-Point Of Law by Robert D. Macomber
-South Carolina Association Of Knifemakers by Butch Winter


May 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Pen (& Pencil) Knives by Phil Krumholz
-Knifemaker Daniel Winkler by Charlie K. Brown
-Springless Folders I by Simon Moore
-Opryland Custom Knife Show by Butch Winter
-A Very Special Randall Knife by Jim Williamson
-The Apotheosis Of Form And Function by Paul Brubaker
-On The Show Scene by Butch Winter
-Point Of View by Robert D. Macomber


June 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-On The Show Scene
-The Hart Time Trimmers by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Bob Enders, Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-Secret Knives At The Smithsonian by Bernard Levine
-Puma Changes Importers by Jim Williamson
-New Products From Benchmade Knives by Steven Dick
-Springless Folders II by Simon Moore


July 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Oldies But Goodies by Charlie K. Brown
-Profiles: Dianna & Doug Casteel
-The Commando Bowie by Steven Dick
-Figural Knives At The Smithsonian by Bernard Levine
-National Knife Museum: Growing Pains, Growing Plans by Pete Cohan
-Edges, Bevels, Stones & Hones by Barney Foley
-Dad's Jackknife by Richard Hakes
-A Piece Of Antique Table Cutlery History by Bill Karsten
-The Custom Folders Of Tony Bose by Steven Dick


August 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Profiles: Wayne Goddard by Jim Taylor
-Profiles: Kit Carson by Butch Winter
-Elk's New Australian Knife by Jim Williamson
-Some Japanese Swords In The Victoria & Albert Museum by Simon Moore
-Slap Leather! Part I by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Smoky Mountain Celebration by Lisa Broyles
-The Search For Filipino Scout Knife by Steven Dick
-It Happened A Long Time Ago by Harold J. Hill
-Knifemaker Profile: Tom May by Butch Winter


September 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Frost Knives And The Working Edge by Steven Dick
-Candidate Profiles
-Profiles: Miker Mercer & Bob Conley
-Giant Folding Knives At The Smithsonian by Bernard Levine
-Slap Leather! Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Gold-Bladed Knives by Simon Moore
-Book Review by Jim Williamson


October 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Strange Patterns At The Smithsonian by Bernard Levine
-World War II Combat Knives of Knife-Crafters by Steven Dick
-Knifemaker Profile: Kit Carson by Butch Winter
-Audubon & His Knives by Jack Williamson
-Profiles: Longworth & Pease
-East Meets West by Jim Williamson
-The Morris Cutlery Company Part I by Phillip L. Krumholz


November 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Knives Of The Mountain Men by Steven Dick
-Knives & Children by Nicholas Prague
-The "Right" Knife For Desert Storm by Rick D. Craig
-Point Of Law by Robert D. Macomber
-Military Utility Knives by Jim Williamson
-Profiles: Enders & Valachovic
-The Late Pete Heath by B.R. Hughes
-The Knife Companies Of Detroit by Phillip L. Krumholz
-The Morris Cutlery Company Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz


December 1991
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-A Well Learned Lesson by David LeBlanc
-"The Gambler" by Bernard Levine
-Profiles: Jim & Raymond Pugh by Butch Winter
-Profiles: John M. Smith by Butch Winter
-The Morris Cutlery Company, Part III by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Storming The Desert With Cold Steel Knives by Steven Dick
-The Evolution Of English Folding Fruit Knives by Simon Moore
-Knifemakers Guild 22nd Annual Show by Bernard Levine


January 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Wilbert / Sears Connection by Phillip L. Krumholz
-The "Best-In-The-World Hunting Knife" by Butch Winter
-Profiles: C.H. (Charlie) Morris
-Profiles: Melvin M. Pardue
-Throwing Knives by Steven Dick
-Metal-Hafted Folding Fruit Knives by Simon Moore
-Sheathing The Knife by Jim Williamson
-Point Of Law by Robert Macomber


February 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Winston Motor Sports 20th Anniversary Mint Set by Carl Bran
-Profiles: Leon Pittman & Buster Warenski by Butch Winter
-The Aristocrat Wraith by Steven Dick
-Gerber's Guardian I by Jim Williamson
-Schrade's New Pseudo Loveless by Jim Williamson
-David Broadwell, Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-Cincinnati Fall Show by Clarence Risner


March 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Grizzly Connection by Houston Price
-Electric Wet Safety Razors Ouch!!! by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Profiles: Robert Terzuola & David Broadwell by Butch Winter
-Puma's Big Bowie by Jim Williamson
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Wilford Folding Dirk by Bernard Levine


April 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Profiles: Frank Centofante & D'Alton Holder by Butch Winter
-1992 New Orleans SHOT Show by Steven Dick
-The Heritage Of Bronze by Richard L. Stein, Ph.D.
-Rising . . . Like A Phoenix by B.R. Hughes
-On The Show Scene by Butch Winter
-Anthropologically Speaking - The Knife by Phillip L. Krumholz


May 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Papa Called It A "Crabapple Switch" by Scott Campbell
-Silver by Bill Karsten
-The Master Bladesmith's Master by B.R. Hughes
-State Of The Art Kitchen Knives From The Cutlery Shoppe by Steven Dick
-W.R. Case & Sons - Past & Present by Pete Cohan
-You're Dead - So Now What by Phillip L. Krumholz
-The Knife Inside The Uniform, "The Military Pocketknife" by Zack Burkett
-Kampfe Kreations & Klones by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Transparent Henckels Lobster by Bernard Levine
-The Loveless Legend - How To Make Custom Knives by Bernard Levine


June 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Point Of Law by Robert D. Macomber
-The Becker Companion by Steven Dick
-EK's Aussie Knife by Jim Williamson
-The Fine Quality Blades Of Aitor by Steven Dick
-The Dixie Gun Works Bowie - Why, When & How by Butch Winter
-Sid Birt: Knives As An Art Form by B.R. Hughes
-Multi-Bladed Folding Fruit Knives by Simon Moore
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.


July 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Marine Corps Pocketknives - Fifty Years Ago by Bernard Levine
-Knives That Went To War by Zack Burkett
-A Celebration Of Stag by Jim Williamson
-"Why Doesn't Someone . . . ?" by Harvey Houring
-D'Alton Holder: Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-The Knives Of Walt Kneubuhler by B.R. Hughes
-Oregon & The Modern Push-Button Knife by Steven Dick
-Still The Perfect Pocketknife by Jim Williamson


August 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Knives That Went To War by Zack Burkett
-Teacher, Tinkerer, Knifemaker by B.R. Hughes
-The Other U.S. M-9 Bayonet by Steven Dick
-Roman Folding Knives by Simon Moore
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-The Show by Julia A. Martia
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.


September 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Sign Of The Gryphon by Jim Williamson
-A Dark & Stormy Night by Butch Winter
-The Folding Sloyd by Richard & Teresa Stein
-The 11th Annual Blade Show by Steven Dick
-Point Of Law by Robert D. Macomber
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.


October 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Spyderco's Wayne Goddard & Civilian Clipits by Steven Dick
-John Smith, Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-International Cutlery by Jim Williamson
-Knives That Went To War: HMS Camillus? by Zack Burkett
-Don Hastings: The Man, The Myth by B.R. Hughes
-Chinese Bowies by Richard Stein
-Point Of Law by Robert D. Macomber
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.


November 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Knives That Went To War: The Collectors Library by Zack Burkett
-I*XL Advertising Knives by Bernard Levine
-Puma's New Protec Knives by Jim Williamson
-Harvey Dean - Master Bladesmith by B.R. Hughes
-A P.E.D. Stainless Hunter From A.J. Hubbard by Steven Dick


December 1992
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-A Pair From A.G. Russell by Jim Williamson
-The Cutlery Election by Phillip Krumholz
-Knives That Went To War: Wings That Covered Us by Zack Burkett
-20th Anniversary Knife by Blair Howard
-Take Pride In Your Club by G.T. Williams
-He's Near Damascus by B.R. Hughes


January 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-On The Show Scene by Butch Winter
-Knives That Went To War: Reproductions by Zack Burkett
-The Cutlery Of Butler Brothers by Phillip L. Krumholz
-A "Hill" Knife Will Make The Grade by B.R. Hughes
-The Khukuris Of HImalayan Imports by Steven Dick
-Double Guards ... Why? by B.R. Hughes
-Knife Collector Profile: Jim McNally by Butch Winter
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.


February 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-On The Show Scene by Butch Winter
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.
-Knives That Went To War: The Good Old Days by Zack Burkett
-Ray Vaughn's Old John Primbles by Barry Collinsworth
-Cold Steel's Ultralock Folders by Steven Dick
-Tomorrow's Master by B.R. Hughes
-Frank Lampson: Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-Edged Weapons In The Conquest Of Mexico by Jim Williamson


March 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-"Wall Of Fame"
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.
-Cutlery Of The Marion Line: Part 1 by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Knives That Went To War: OSS by Zack Burkett
-Eye Brand Update by Jim Williamson
-Koncept Knives by Steven Dick
-Just What Is A Survival Knife? by Zack Burkett
-The Silver Lode by Phillip L. Krumholz


April 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Sign Of The Cross by B.R. Hughes
-Knives That Went To War: "Army" Swiss Army Knives by Zack Burkett
-Gryphon's Combat Bowie by Jim WIlliamson
-Cutlery Of The Marion Line: Part 2 by Phillip L. Krumholz
-1993 Houston Shot Show by Steven Dick
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.


May 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-A "Dunn" Deal! by B.R. Hughes
-Knives That Went To War: HMS Case by Zack Burkett
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-The Iron Maiden by Bob Bledsoe
-Club To Club Crosstalk by G.T. Williams
-Knife Bolsters by Simon Moore


June 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Tools Of "Iceman" by Ron Stewart & Roy B. Ritchie
-The German Army Eickhorn Ack Combat Knife by Steven Dick
-Thomas Nicholls & Son by PHillip L. Krumholz
-Knives That Went To War: Opinions by Zack Burkett
-Knives & Knots by Barney Foley
-A Brief Look At The Rodgers Company by Simon Moore
-Anglo-Saxon Knives by Simon Moore


July 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Outdoorsmen's Knives by Jim Williamson
-The Hackman Vietnam Knife by Steven Dick
-Mechanical Razor Blade Conditioners by Phillip Krumholz
-Knives That Went To War by Zack Burkett
-The Norwegian Jeager Combat Knife by Steven Dick
-Ben Shostle: Knifemaker / Engraver by Butch Winter
-Knives With A West Texas Flavor by B.R. Hughes


August 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Whole Lot Of Fun by Jason Paulk's Mom
-Knives That Went To War: Hobos by Zack Burkett
-The "Fate" Of A Knifemaker by B.R. Hughes
-Evaluating A Pair Of New Knives From EK Knives by Steven Dick
-His Knives Are "Roger" by B.R. Hughes
-David Boye's Dendritic Steel Knives by Steven Dick
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.


September 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Chris Reeve Sebenza Folding Hunter by Steven Dick
-Puma's Fancy Knives by Jim Williamson
-Knives That Went To War: A Marine's Fighting Knife by Zack Burkett
-What's In A Trade Mark? by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Surviving With A Pocketknife by Bernard Levine
-The Odessa File by B.R. Hughes


October 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Return Of A.T. Barr by B.R. Hughes
-Knives That Went To War: Navy Mark I by Zack Burkett
-Chef's Choice Trizor Professional 10X Kitchen Cutlery by Steven Dick
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Ghost Story III by Butch Winter
-The Russell-Grohmann Knives by Jim Williamson


November 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Bertram's Hen & Rooster Knives by Barry G. Collinsworth
-Combat Knives Of The Long Range Patrol In Vietnam by Steven Dick
-Cold Steel's New R1 by Jim Williamson
-Knoppery On The Napery by Simon Moore
-Knives That Went To War: The Collectors Library by Zack Burkett
-Orca Custom Internation Nylon Pouches by Steven Dick


December 1993
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-"My Uncle, G.W. Stone" by B.R. Hughes
-Russell's New Folder by Jim Williamson
-Knives That Went To War: Switchblades by Zack Burkett
-The Sergeant Major's 30 Years Of Combat Knife Field Testing by Steven Dick
-Get A Handle On It! by B.R. Hughes
-Form Follows Function by Barney Foley


January 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Zack The Second by B.R. Hughes
-Knife Hafts & Sheaths From The Mary Rose by Simon Moore
-Combat Knives Since World War II by Jim Williamson
-Knives That Went To War: Merry Christmas by Zack Burkett
-A True Collector by A.G. Friend
-Trends Of Straight Razor Collecting, Part 1 by Phillip L. Krumholz
-The Blackjack Applegate-Fairbairn Combat Knife by Steven Dick


February 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Nguyen Dan & Other Vietnam Made Combat Knives by Steven Dick
-Holley Knives: Short On Supply, Long On History by Barry G. Collinsworth
-Knife Sets Or Outfits by Barney Foley
-The Ubiquitous Hunting Knife by B.R. Hughes
-Puma's New Knives by Jim Williamson
-Trends Of Straight Razor Collecting, Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-1993 Knifemakers Guild Show by Butch Winter


March 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-The Greatest Knifemaker In America Today by B.R. Hughes
-Atlanta Cutlery's Made In Nepal Kukris by Steven Dick
-Dr. James L. Batson, Jr., Bladesmith by B.R. Hughes
-Trends Of Straight Razor Collecting, Part III by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Knives That Went To War: Something Old, Something New by Zack Burkett
-Blackjack Knives: E. Pluribus Unum by Jim Williamson
-Cold Steel's Voyager Knives by Steven Dick


April 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-1994 NKCA Chattanooga Knife Show by Lisa Broyles
-1994 Dallas Show Show In Review by Steven Dick
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Knives That Went To War: Swords by Zack Burkett
-It's Tim, Not John! by B.R. Hughes
-Some Knives Have A Different Talk by Zack Burkett
-Book Review by Steven Dick


May 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Knives That Went To War: Odds & Ends by Zack Burkett
-Linda Kay Karst: Scrimshander by Jim Williamson
-A Smith Of Many Talents by B.R. Hughes
-Ken Largin: Master Cutler by Butch Winter
-Jim Sasser: Knifemaker by Butch Winter
-Dixie Gun Work's Replica Searles Bowie Knife


June 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-The Knife That Saved A Man by The Mountain Man
-Benchmade Knives & Their Custom Connection by Steven Dick
-A Young "Old Timer" by B.R. Hughes
-Knives That Went To War: D-Day by Zack Burkett
-Gerber's Silver Knight by Jim Williamson
-A Pair Of New Remingtons by Jim Williamson


July 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Knives That Went To War: What's It Worth by Zack Burkett
-The Mad Dog Seal Atak Knife by Steven Dick
-Viking Knives by Jim Williamson
-The Finest Knives In The World by B.R. Hughes
-When The Bowie Knife Went Hollywood by Richard L. Stein
-Bill Moran's Combat Knife by Dominique Beaucant


August 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-A Little Bit Of Fun by Jason Paulk
-Knives That Went To War: The Fighting Utility Knife Called Ka-Bar by Zack Burkett
-Scrimshaw By Sandra Brady by Jim Williamson
-The Schrade Outback Lockbacks by Steven Dick
-You Can Take It To The Bank by Phillip L. Krumholz
-A Coal Miner's Knifemaker by B.R. Hughes
-A Family Tree Through Knives by Michael B. Yoh
-Ralph Bone - Knifemaker by Butch Winter


September 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.
-Knives That Went To War: The M-3 & All The Others by Zack Burkett
-Early French Springback Knives by Simon Moore
-Cutlery Postcards by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Three Good Knives by Steven Dick
-The New Navy Seal Knife by Steven Dick
-The Puma Cougar by Jim Williamson
-Kilts & Knives by B.R. Hughes


October 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.
-Blue Grass Cutlery's Trappers by Butch Winter
-Wedding Knives by Simon Moore
-B.R. Hughes: Chief Scribe Of Knifewriters by Jim Williamson
-Dean Of Bladesmithing by B.R. Hughes
-The 1994 Blade Show by Steven Dick
-Knives That Went To War: I Get Letters by Zack Burkett
-A True Collector by A.G. Friend


November 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.
-Teddy Bear Knives by B.R. Hughes
-Mission Knives Titanium Blade Seal Knife by Steven Dick
-The Son Of A Knifemaker by B.R. Hughes
-Custom vs. Factory Knives by Jim Williamson
-Return Of The Farmer's Knife by Butch Winter
-The Svord Peasant Knife by Steven Dick
-Knives That Went To War: The Collector's Library 1994 by Zack Burkett
-Springfield-Branson Knife Show by Lisa Broyles


December 1994
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Collector Cuts by B.B.B.
-A Knife For The Child Within by The Mountain Man
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-The Trail Knife by Jim Williamson
-Knives That Went To War: Merry Christmas Time Again by Zack Burkett
-EKA Knives From Sweden
-For Less Than A Hundred Dollars by B.R. Hughes
-Sniffing Out Snell's Knives by B.R. Hughes


January 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Knives That Went To War: Bayonets Into Knives by Zack Burkett
-"Sonny" is Simply Superlative by B.R. Hughes
-The Fairbairn-Sykes by Jim Williamson
-Jimmy Lile's Last Bowie by Butch Winter
-The 25th Annual Knifemakers Guild Meeting & Show by Butch Winter
-On the Show Scene by Ruth Trout
-Fort City Knife Collectors Club by W. Murray Andrews
-Dixie's Silver Mounted Bowie Knife Sheath by Miles Gilbert


February 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Knives That Went To War: Knives That Get Used by Zack Burkett
-NKM Company of Honorary Cutlers "Wall of Fame"
-Caring for Knives by Jim Williamson
-"16 to 1" by Arthur Green
-Kershaw Means Quality by B.R. Hughes
-More Weird Electric Razors by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Mail Blues by Zack Burkett
-Frank Richtig & His Knives by B.R. Hughes


March 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Questions & Answers by John Goins
-Dixie Gun Works' Sheffield Bowies by Steven Dick
-Some Old Winds Ablowing by The Mountain Man
-Camillus' American Wildlife by Jim Williamson
-Treatise on Razors, Part 1 by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Using Knife by Zack Burkett
-Starting a Collection by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Jarrell Lambert: Knifemaker by B.R. Hughes
-Your First Knife Show by Bob Wurzelbacher


April 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-1995 Las Vegas Shot Show by Steven Dick
-The Age of Steel by Sharon Cunningham
-Of Cougars & Cutlery by Jim Williamson
-Ken Woodley - Knife Maker by Butch Winter
-Fine Cutlery from Cordova by B.R. Hughes
-Treatise on Razors - Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Theft of Penknives in 1816 by Simon Moore
-"Counterfeit" or "Made Up" Knives by Bob Wurzelbacher


May 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-The Beginning by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Patterns: A New Series by Jim Williamson
-Fire in Five by Steven Dick
-Sizing Up Sisemore by B.R. Hughes
-Reminton's R1306 by Jim Williamson
-Treatise on Razors - Part III by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Speaking of Rope Knives by Foy Mitchell, Jr.
-Carvers and Carving Knives by Simon Moore
-Some are Lost, Others are Found b Roger K. Young


June 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-The John T. Becker Collection Auction by Bill C. Penley
-Treatise on Razors - Part IV by Phillip L. Krumholz
-The Knife Man by Gala Nettles
-The Perfect Pocketknife by Jim Williamson
-An Investment Guide to Buying by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Sharp Blades & Law Books by B.R. Hughes
-An Investment Guide to Collecting by Bob Wurzelbacher
-More Mechanical Blade Conditioners by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Patterns: The Trapper by Jim Williamson


July 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Cleaning & Storing Knives by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Patterns: Congress by Jim Williamson
-The National Knife Museum's Open House
-C.V. Helvestrand! by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Knife Photography by Zack Burkett
-Some Special Straight Razors by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Setting Up at a Knife Show by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Swiss Army Knife by Jim Williamson
-Forging Ahead by B.R. Hughes


August 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Shavings from the Whittler's Block by The Mountain Man
-The Knives of Argel Toon by Phillip Krumholz
-There's Something About That Knife by B.R. Hughes
-Fishing Knives by Jim Williamson
-He Made a Fortune with Cards by Phillip Krumholz
-Combat Knives / French Foreign Legion by Steven Dick
-Versatile is His Middle Name by B.R. Hughes
-Who Did What? by Zack Burkett
-Patterns: Canoe & Muskrat by Jim Williamson


September 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Mac's Knives are Marvelous! by B.R. Hughes
-Get "Herbertized" by John Perry
-Patterns: Melon Knives by Jim Williamson
-Meet Your Candidates
-Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie & Barlows by Barry Collinsworth
-A Large Maker of Small Knives by B.R. Hughes
-The Buck & The Boot by Jim Williamson


October 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Ceramic-Haften Knives & Forks by Simon Moore
-Stag: Questions & Some Answers by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Collectible Camillus Cutlery by Jim Williamson
-Knives That Went To War by Zack Burkett
-Scimtar-Blades Knives (& Forks) by Simon Moore
-Patterns: Mariner's Knives by Jim Williamson


November 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-"Hey Bob..." by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab by Jack Williamson
-New Knives from Smith & Wesson by Jim Williamson
-Some Razor Blade Companies by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Patterns: The Whittler by Jim Williamson
-Questions & Answers by John E. Goins
-Definitions by J. Williams Rosenthal


December 1995
-To the Point by Bob Cargill
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-"Hey Bob..." by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab by Jack Williamson
-American Razor Blades by Mary K. Sparks
-Old Time Razor Strops, Part I by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Anheuser-Busch Pocketknives by Barry Collinsworth
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins
-Sheath Knives vs. Folders by Jim Williamson
-Cliphanger by Zack Burkett


January 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-"Hey Bob..." by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Patterns: Gentlemen's Knives by Jack Williamson
-Case Stag Collector Sets by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Old Time Razor Strops; Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab; Chapter 3 by Jack Williamson
-Back to Buck by Jim Williamson
-The Griffon Cutlery Company by Phillip Krumholz
-At the Top of the Mountain by B.R. Hughes
-Early American Knife Makers by John & Charlotte Goins


February 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-"Hey Bob..." by Bob Wurzelbacher
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab; Chapter 4 by Jack Williamson
-Sante Fe Stoneworks by Jim Williamson
-Delegate Responsibilities by William H. Powell
-Just Long Enough by B.R. Hughes
-Patterns: Doctors' Knives by Jim Williamson
-The Exposition of Cutlery, Part I by Phillip Krumholz


March 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Puma's White Hunter is 40! by Jim Williamson
-Take Care of Your Hobby by Joe Streitenberger
-North Carolina Knifemaker by B.R. Hughes
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab; Chapter 5 by Jack Williamson
-The Exposition of Cutlery; Part II by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Knives & the 1996 Shot Show by B.R. Hughes
-Patterns: Senator & Pens by Jim Williamson
-Are We Missing The Boat? by W. Murray Andrews


April 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
-Pocketknife Rescue & Rehab; Chapter 6 by Jack Williamson
-Empire Knives & Razors by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Arkansas Knifemakers 1st Annual Show by B.R. Hughes
-Little Snits & Snips by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Selecting an Annual Club Knife by Bill Powell
-Buck - Then & Now by Jim Williamson
-Two 'Lumies by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Collecting Knives by Sharon Cunningham
-Direction For Your Collection by Robert Lewis


May 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Custom Knife Notes by Butch Winter
-Knife Lore by Bernard Levine
The Hauptner Hoof Knife Set by Zack Burkett
-The Exposition of Cutlery, Part III by Phillip L. Krumholz
-The Newest Endangered Species by PHC
-Out of Ontario by Jim Williamson
-A Family Affair by B.R. Hughes
-What Steel For Your Blade? by B.R. Hughes
-Bringing in the Sheaves by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Selecting the Right Leader by William H. Powell
-The Sodbuster by Jim Williamson
-The Elusive Case II by Frank Ward


June 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-1996 National Knife Museum's Annual Open House
-Old Sway-Backed
-Getting A Handle On It, Part 1 by B.B.B.
-1st Annual NKCA Lakeland, FL Knife Show
-Soddy Daisy Knife Collectors Association Club


July 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-NKCA Membership Map
-Getting A Handle On It, Part 2 by B.B.B.
-1996 NKCA Spring Cincinnati Knife Show
-New Collectors, New Opportunities
-1996 NKCA Louisville Spring Knife Show
-Scouting Around


August 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Recognizing Counterfeit Stamps on Knife Tangs by Herbert Aycock
-Knife Collection Insurance
-My Kid, Your Kid & A Pocketknife by B.B.B.
-Deep South Knife Collectors by Robert Lewis
-Springfield ... A Knife Show Turns Good by Robert Lewis
-1996 Wolverine Knife Collectors Club Show


September 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Boy Scout Knives by Dino Bakeris
-Solingen Cutlery by Phillip L. Krumholz
-Donations
-Swap Meet by Frank A. Word, Jr.
-Starting a Local Knife Club by Ed Duprey
-NKCA 1996 Springfield Knife Show by L.L.B.


October 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Special Purpose Knives
-Folding Fruit Knives by J. William Rosenthal, M.D.
-What's That Knife For?
-Ladies Garter Knives by Patrick Donovan
-Maintaining & Sustaining a Local Knife Club by Ed Duprey
-Cutlery Question Box by Jerry Cartwright


November 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Knife Collection with Magazines from Yesteryear by B.B.B.
-A.M.K.C.A. Knife Show by Don States
-Question Box by Jerry Cartwright
-What A Toy Tour by Anne Cartwright
-Knives & Food
-Case Introduces New Collection


December 1996
-Collector Cuts by Pete Cohan
-Cutlery Memorabilia by Craig Bozorth
-Question Box by Jerry Cartwright
-Holley Hand Forged Knives
-Louisville Knife Show by L.L. Broyles
-Knives & Food
-Cincinnati Knife Show by L.L. Broyles
-Youth Collection


January 1997
-Question Box by Jerry Cartwright
-Congratulations to FCKCC's Youth Members by Anne Cartwright
-Knife Collecting Turns to Razor Collecting by Jim Matthews
-A Young Man Collects Knives & People's Hearts by Paulene Keller
-Your Local Club History by Donald States


February 1997
-Question Box by Jerry Cartwright
-Changing Direction by Bill Powell
-Buck Knives are Hot by Patrick J. Donovan
-Knife Collector's Pronunciation Guide by Mark D. Zalesky
-The "Find" by Bob Wurzelbacher
-St. Louis Area Knife Show by Jack Knife Bob
-Major Magazine Change Proposal by Peter H. Cohan
-Farmer's Knife by Jack Bromley
-Looking Back Through '96 by NKCA Staff
-Deep South Knife Show by Robert Lewis


March 1997
-Another Contemporary Sketch of Jack-Knife Ben by Mark D. Zalesky
-My First Knife Show by John E. Jarvis
-Kansas Knife Collector's Show by Don Levi
-Buck Knives Are Hot, Part II by Patrick J. Donovan
-Caring For Collectible Cutlery by Dennis Blaine


April 1997
-Sunfish, Elephant's Toenail, Old English Rope Knife, Vest Pocket Axe by Patrick J. Donovan
-A Few Quick Reminders When You Are Buying A Knife by Peter H. Cohan
-1997 NKCA Chattanooga Knife Show by Lisa Broyles
-Tirekickers by Bill Powell


May 1997
-WKCC Show Award Winners by NKCA Staff
-Going, Going, Gone by Bill Powell
-How You Can Help Knife Collecting & The NKCA by Patrick J. Donovan
-How To Become A Better Collector by Patrick J. Donovan
-Friendships by Bill Powell