The Indian Paintbrush

The Indian Paintbrush

After spending a few days researching, then talking to an elite team of scientists and sociologists, their works, along with my own studies, brought me to a startling, unanimous conclusion. Throwback Thursday is what most of the population favor and use, rather than Tuesday. So, with that in mind, we’re upgrading! And I’m here to […]

Eyes on the Prize

Eyes on the Prize

The Bose-Reid event happened Saturday, and we couldn’t have been happier with the turnout! In between the fun, festivities, and the stories, there was a big hit with the crowd: the grand prize drawing. The dice were rolled, the cards were laid out, and a name was announced: Theresa S. Big congratulations are in order for […]

The State Series (Kansas and West Vir...

The State Series (Kansas and West Virginia)

  Today’s the day we finish up the latest collection of facts from the State Series. It’s been a long time coming on the information, so hopefully it’s been worth the wait. Without further interruption, let’s get started. Did you know that in Kansas Dodge City is the windiest city in the United States. A […]

The 2016 Case Bose-Reid Tour Event

The 2016 Case Bose-Reid Tour Event

Traditions are everywhere. From the simple acts that we all go through on an average day, to how our families celebrate Christmas, they’re an important facet both in routine and special events that everyone does, even if they’re not aware of it. Tony Bose and Ida Reid are no exception to that rule. Since 2008 […]

The Moon-Glo Peanut

The Moon-Glo Peanut

Got a little treat for you this Throwback Tuesday. We’re taking about a knife that I personally think is nifty and incredibly unique from yesteryear. So hop in your DeLorean and get ready for a blast from the past. Great Scott. Anyway, today’s subject is a little number called the Moon-Glo. As the pictures demonstrate, it’s […]

The State Series (Virginia and Louisi...

The State Series (Virginia and Louisiana)

Next up on our Tour de force are the great states of Virginia and Louisiana. Buckle up your seatbelts, it’s gonna be one heck of a ride. First up is Virginia. Did you know that… Eight United States Presidents were born in Virginia: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, William Harrison, John Tyler, […]

Oregon Knife Show

Oregon Knife Show

So, have you heard the news? It’s that time again: Time for everyone to pack up and head out west to the Oregon Knife Show! The Oregon Knife Show is one of the biggest cutlery events west of the Mississippi, holding nearly 500 tables and is absolutely loaded with cool stuff, ranging from tools to […]

The State Series (Mississippi and Sou...

The State Series (Mississippi and South Carolina)

Well, here we are again. Welcome to the abode, have a seat—no boots on the couch please. Are you wondering why we’ve gathered here today? That’s simple. We’re continuing the proud tradition of State Facts and Tidbits. And you thought I’d be here with some bad news. So sit back, relax, and we’ll continue where […]

The State Series (Pennsylvania and Ne...

The State Series (Pennsylvania and New York)

  Well, it’s been a bit since we’ve talked about them, but looks like we got ourselves some more of the state series in our hands! So with that in mind let’s line a couple of these new releases up and get the facts, Jack. Today’s main dishes: Pennsylvania and New York. Now, what comes […]

The New Factory Tour

The New Factory Tour

Recently, W.R. Case & Sons did a few home-improvements to the factory up in Bradford, and they wanted to share a few things in a video. Though the knives still remain traditional in their handcrafted roots, the way production time has improved has a lot of the workers at the plant jumping for joy. If […]