Retail Dealers Wanted for PUMA German and IP Knives

MINOX USA, the exclusive North American distributor for PUMA German and IP knives, is expanding its network of retail dealers in the United States and Canada. MINOX USA began distributing these two great knife brands in January 2014.

PUMA Knives has been hand making knives since 1769 in Solingen, Germany, and every phase of production of their PUMA German line still is to this day. PUMA is best known for their hunting knives, including the famous White Hunter. In 2010, PUMA introduced its IP line, a collaboration of PUMA and selected Spanish manufacturers. Design, production and quality control are all done in Germany; IP knives are manufactured in Spain with a Mediterranean flair.

For more information on becoming a PUMA German and PUMA IP dealer, please contact Jay Pitassi, Director of Sales and Marketing for Hunting/Outdoor at (240) 216-8420, or email him at jay. minoxusa@comcast.net. Descriptions and photos of all PUMA German and IP knives available in North America are at www.pumaknives.us.

Painted Pony® Limited Edition Added to Remington® Cutlery Collector’s Club

Among the many quality knives from Remington® Cutlery are their very special limited edition Collector’s Club models. New to the collection for 2015 is the distinctive Painted Pony® version of their famous Bullet® Knife.

The first thing that catches your eye is the 3-5/8″ Red Gold Matrix handle, with an embedded Remington bullet shield. Complemented with pearl spacers and inlays, the handle of the R11307 folder has worked-back springs and bolsters. Locked open, the Painted Pony is 6-3/8″ long. Read more

Gaston J. Glock Style Introduces Knives From Three of Dave Sevigny’s Championship Pistol Barrels

Smyrna, GA – There are many words that spring to mind when discussing the popular “Glock” line of pistols, but “beautiful” and “artistic” are not often among them. Yet that’s exactly what the craftsmen at GASTON J. GLOCK style LP, in conjunction with famed blacksmith Balbach, have produced by hammering three barrels from world champion shooter Dave Sevigny’s Glocks into stunning Damascus-style knives.

These aren’t just any barrels, either. Two of the three barrels were used to win USPSA national championships by Sevigny, and the third is the barrel from his primary practice and training gun during his championship run. The same barrels that were key to his pistol’s reliability and accuracy are now some of the finest knives money can buy. And there are only three. Read more

Steel Will Knives announces The Druid 200


New York, NY- Steel Will knives, a new premium brand of knives produced with the highest standards of quality, is proud to introduce a new knife to the outdoor industry, the Druid 200. This multi-purpose knife is a perfect match for campers, hunters, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts with its sturdy and robust platform and universal cutting abilities. Read more

Chuck Buck-Third Generation Buck Knife Family Member

Chuck Buck, chairman of Buck Knives and grandson of founder Hoyt Buck, passed away Friday evening, February 6, 2015.

The following notification was posted over the weekend on Buck Knives’ Facebook page….

“It is with heavy hearts that we regret to inform everyone that we have lost a legend. Chuck Buck, Chairman of Buck Knives, passed away Friday evening. He was an industry icon and friend to all. Please keep his family in your prayers.

L.T. Wright Knives Introduces ‘As You Wish’ Semi-Custom Knives

L.T. Wright Knives works hard to create knives that fit their customers’ needs. They know that people enjoy having options and being able to customize their gear. With this in mind, they are introducing ‘As You Wish’ knife building. For the first round of this L.T. Wright Knives has chosen to use a Bushcrafter knife blank in A2 steel with a Scandi grind. Customers can fill out a form detailing their choices to create a semi-custom knife.

Handle choices include black, natural, green, or green-black resitin or Desert Ironwood. The handle can be a polished, bead blasted, or mountain finish. Customers can choose to add liners to the knife in several colors: red, blue, black, toxic green, orange, or yellow. The customer can also choose to add a matching fire steel. Finally, the customer can choose a leather or Kydex sheath to carry their knife. Read more

Knife Rights’ Knife Owners’ Protection Act Re-Introduced

Washington, DC- Knife Rights’ Knife Owners’ Protection Act, H.R.419 (KOPA), was re-introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday by sponsor Rep. Matt Salmon (R-AZ). Knife Rights Chairman Doug Ritter explained, “KOPA will protect law-abiding knife owners travelling throughout the U.S. from the vagaries of restrictive state and local laws. As long as possession of the particular knife is legal in the state where the journey starts and ends, and provided the knife is secured in accordance with KOPA, a knife owner would no longer be threatened with arrest simply for traveling from one place to another.” KOPA is the first proactive pro-knife federal legislation introduced in the nation’s history.

Additional co-sponsors are: Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) and Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) (more co-sponsors are expected to sign on shortly)

“Those who travel across the country with knives for work, recreation and self defense are presently subject to arrest and prosecution under a confusing patchwork of inconsistent state and local laws and regulations, said Ritter, “what is perfectly legal in one place may be a serious crime in another, resulting in forfeiture of property and carrying significant penalties including jail time. Enforcement is not uniform even within jurisdictions and is subject to the vagaries of political expediency at times. Sportsmen and workmen who travel are particularly vulnerable.” Read more

Buck Knives Releases 245 MWG Navy Seal Knife

Designed by a SEAL for SEALS, the 245 Matt Would Go knife is a nearly indestructible tool, built for the roughest of circumstances.

Special Warfare Operator First Class (SEAL) Matthew J. Leathers was a highly decorated combat veteran with numerous awards, including the Bronze Star, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal and Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal. In 2013 Leathers was lost at sea during open ocean training exercises. During his nine years with the U.S Navy SEALS, Leathers designed a knife that held up to his high standards and caught the eye of his fellow SEALS.

Buck Knives has entered into agreement with Tim Leathers, father of fallen Navy SEAL Matthew Leathers, to continue making a knife that was originally designed by Leathers himself. Buck is honored to make this knife and help bring this symbol of strength and courage to the market. A percentage of net sales benefit Tim Leathers’ company, the MattWouldGo™ LLC, which in turn donates to the Navy SEAL Foundation. MattWouldGo™ LLC is Tim’s tribute to the dauntless courage of his son and his fellow SEALS around the globe. Read more

Holiday Gifts Outdoors Enthusiasts will Fall for Hook, Line and Sinker

MINNETONKA, Minn. (Dec. 2, 2014) – With the holiday season fast approaching, the inevitable last-second rush to find gifts for friends and family isn’t far behind. This year, don’t panic. Instead, hook up your loved ones with the latest and greatest gear from Rapala®, the most trusted name in fishing.

According to a recent study from the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation and The Outdoor Foundation1, in 2013 alone, nearly 46 million Americans from all walks of life grabbed a tackle box, picked up a rod and made way to their local honey hole in search of a wall-worthy trophy fish. And, it’s not just the stereotypical angler looking to spending time on the water – 42 percent of all new fishing participants in 2013 were women. Read more

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