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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 […]

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 […]

Bill of Rights

Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights is one of our keystones as Americans. A set of unshakable, inalienable rights granted to us due to being citizens of the United States. Honoring this document in our upcoming auction in June is a Bill of Rights knife by none-other than Linda Karst. So I got to thinking, and realized […]

The NRA Show

The NRA Show

Founded in 1871 by Union vets William C. Church and George Wingate, the National Rifle Association has a long and proud history of putting we the people first and foremost in defending our inalienable right to bear arms and, over time, has amassed a large following of like-minded individuals with the same beliefs. For gun […]

Facebook Giveaway

Facebook Giveaway

Facebook. It’s a site that needs no introduction, integrated within society in the same way pop culture is. With the click of a button, you can find out Mom’s hot roll recipe, can see that your cousin is engaged, and that your Grandma has more Facebook friends than you. You go, Grandma.  But there’s something […]

The PBR Results Are In!

The PBR Results Are In!

After a grueling event, the proverbial dust has settled and the PBR World Finals have been decided. It was a hard-won neck-and-neck battle between three of the bull riding scene’s greats for the title of world’s champ: Kaique Pacheco, JB Mauney, and Cooper Davis. In the end, it was Davis that took the title, netting […]

The Built Ford Tough Finals

The Built Ford Tough Finals

We’re counting down not just the days but the hours now before the PBR World Series kicks off in glamorous Las Vegas, and we couldn’t be more excited for one rider rising up to the challenge. On November 2nd, Ryan Dirteater, as of this writing ranked number eight in the world, will be facing such […]