We’ve got one heck of a neat pocket knife in the SHC Online Auction that you may want to “keep tabs” on, so to speak. It’s a Genuine Mother of Pearl Case XX Jaguar from all the way back in 2001. Straight out of the SHC archives, we are putting this one up for bids in the Online Auction that […]
Monthly archives for November, 2015
Case Guide 101 (Three Tips For Better...
The ability to maintain and care for you Case Pocket Knives, or knives in general, be they pocket knives, hunting knives, or kitchenware, is an important trait every person that owns a knife should know. I thought a quick heads-up on three useful tips would be a good thing to know for up and coming […]
Left Handed series
Being left-handed has its ups and downs. Sometimes you get cool mentions, like Sylvester Stallone being a southpaw in those movies about boxing, you know the ones. (No, not Bloodsport. That’s Jean-Claude Van Dame and that was about ultimate fighting. I think. Truth be told, the only part of that movie I remember is that Jean-Claude Van […]
Happy Veterans Day
We here at Shepherd Hills Cutlery wanted to say how proud and thankful we are to every single veteran serving the community and country, past, present, and future. It’s because of their hard work, dedication and sacrifice that this country has stood the test of time and has risen to become what it is, so […]
Case Guide 101 (Buying For Collecting...
Well, we got the utilitarian aspect of knives taken care of, what with discussing blade steel types and buying them for working purposes, now we get to the design aspect and collecting! Collecting is done for a multitude of reasons. Some like certain handles, some like certain patterns, some like sets of particular series, […]
Case Guide 101 (Buying For Use)
Case Guide 101 (Blade Composition Typ...
Sometimes even the most well-versed need a refresher, or maybe you’re a beginner just starting out. No shame in either one of those, fundamentals are important in everything, after all. That’s why in this blogpost series I’m hopping into the wayback machine and laying out some information on blade types and some general information on […]