Posts by Charlie Weddle

XX Generation Branson Tour

XX Generation Branson Tour

Branson Missouri is a hot spot for traveling. Whether you’re a tourist wanting to catch sight of such acts as The Dixie Stampede or The Baldknobbers, a local that enjoys the residence, or someone simply looking for a good, family-friendly set of activities, there’s something for everyone. And yes, that does include knife aficionados! This […]

Going Whole Hog

Going Whole Hog

I’ve always admired a bike rider. I’ve never had the guts for it myself, being that close to pavement buzzing under you at anything above thirty miles an hour seems like an invitation to terror, if you ask me. But I’ll freely say the designs and look of a classic motorcycle is something to behold. […]

Father’s Day

Father’s Day

As the title of this happy little post is suggesting, we’re getting close to Father’s Day, a time-honored event for the old man that helped us all keep on keeping on, and there’s a good way to help celebrate and give him a helping hand this year; A Case Pocket Knife. Just in from the […]

Old Growth; New Life

Old Growth; New Life

The rugged and untamed lands of 18th century America, when our nation was just newly formed—had an abundance of what we now call “Old Growth Forest.” Harvesting that lumber was a way of life for thousands, and the easiest most economical way to get it to the sawmill was by river.  Men called “Log Drivers” or “River […]

The American Civil War

The American Civil War

The Civil War was one of the most bloody and vicious conflicts America has ever engaged in. With a death total equaling 2% of the entire nation, and disease running rampant through the frontlines, it claimed more American lives in total than WW1, WW2, Korea and Vietnam combined, and shattered families in two, separating abolitionists […]

The Case Bose-Reid Eddyville Event

The Case Bose-Reid Eddyville Event

Eddyville’s show has always been a highlight for many of our customers and this year’s show was no slouch. It was a busy day Saturday, full of laughs, stories, sales and excitement. That excitement carried well onto the reveal of the grand prize drawing, where we were treated to one unique knife that was well […]

Loafing Around

Loafing Around

Hard to think that popping two pieces of bread into a toaster is a revolutionary act, but, well up until the late 1920’s, it was. While the idea of sliced bread wasn’t a revolutionary concept—John Montagu, also known as the aptly-named 4th Earl of Sandwich, was eating the things during his poker games all the […]

W.R Case

W.R Case

Founded in 1889 by the Case brothers Jean John, Andrew and, last but certainly not least, William Russell, the Case brand has been with us for generations, paving the way towards the future with old time values like dedication and hard work. What better way to celebrate and represent the spirit of one of these […]

Doctor, Doctor, Give Me The News

Doctor, Doctor, Give Me The News

We’re kicking off the New Years with some information for you about an old school knife. The Doctor’s Knife, to be exact. This tool has had more than a few years under its belt, created in the 1800’s for traveling sawbones for the smaller finesse based work a doc might see, from cutting and sorting […]

Smashing Pumpkins

Smashing Pumpkins

In the late 60s and early 70’s the pocket knife craze was alive and in full swing. Any hardware store worth their salt would have a good collection to choose from, and if they were a Case, you’d be seeing the bright orange of the pumpkin boxes behind the shelf. Originally, these boxes were used […]