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Blade September 2019

BLADE magazine is the world’s #1 knife publication, covering all aspects of the industry: knifemaking, how-to’s, collecting, legislation and knife rights, and much more. Inside each issue you’ll find: Coverage of the hottest and most collectible handmade knives and their values Complete listings of the industry's most important shows and events Knife collecting tips from the experts The most up-to-date knife legislation info

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BILL RUPLE WINS THE FINAL LORENZI AWARD Custom knifemaker Bill Ruple was presented with the BLADE Show 2019 Aldo and Edda Lorenzi Award during the BLADE Magazine Awards Reception June 8 in the Garden Court Area of the Renaissance Waverly Hotel in Atlanta. Sponsored by Edda and Aldo Lorenzi, owners of the old G. Lorenzi retail knife store in Milan, Italy, the award goes to a knifemaker who excels in terms of teaching and mentoring his fellow makers in the art of knifemaking. It includes a cash prize of $1,000 and an award plaque, both donated by the Lorenzis. This is the fifth and final year of the Lorenzi Award, and BLADE Magazine and the BLADE Show salute the Lorenzis for their generosity and kindness in providing it all. Having built knives for…

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how to reach us!

Visit us online at www.blademag.com to: • Sign up for our free newsletter. • Renew your magazine subscription. There’s a subscription link in the nav bar. • Comment on our site stories written by BLADE® staff members and others. LOOK FOR BLADE MAGAZINE ON: SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES: Visit us on the Web at www.blademag.com or call 877-485-6426. Outside USA: 386-246-3419. BOOK SALES: Visit us at www.gundigeststore.comor call 920-471-4522. BACK ISSUES FOR SALE: Subject to Availability. Call 920-471-4522. ADVERTISING: Contact Lori McDaniel at 715-498-3768 or lori@gundigest.com, or request a media kit by writing to: BLADE, 5600 W. Grande Market Dr., Appleton, WI 54913. LETTERS OR ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS: Steve Shackleford, Editor BLADE Magazine PO Box 789, Ooltewah, TN 37363-0789 or email steve@blademag.com.…

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cover story

An inch long closed, the spectacular 40-blade miniature cover knife by Japan’s Isao Ohbuchi won the Yvon Vachon Best Miniature Knife Award in the custom knife judging competition of BLADE Show 2019. Along with all the other knives in the competition (page 24) except Gabe Mabry’s winner of the Best Kitchen Knife Award judged by Ethan Becker, a select panel of three custom knife authorities judged Ohbuchi’s award winner. Including Becker, all three judges were chosen by the BLADE® staff. Ohbuchi calls his tiny folder a “sportsman’s knife” and stated it is inspired by the legendary Joseph Rodgers & Sons of Sheffi eld, England, which made fantastic folders and fixed blades in the 19th century. The maker also listed the multi-blade mini as a “horseman’s knife.” The blade lengths are all in…

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i’m not giving it back either

It probably all started with my daily perusals of the sports page, which is basically how I learned to read. Then there was watching old flicks with Mom. Movies are media, after all, and my love for them—especially those starring John Wayne—graduated to a fascination with entertainment in general. It wasn’t long before I had a bicycle newspaper route. It was the mid-1960s and the paper included the syndicated columns of Los Angeles Times sportswriter Jim Murray, whose ability to cover sports with a non-stop delivery of wisecracks and wisdom captivated my 13-year-old sensibilities. While Watergate would draw many of my generation to journalism, I was not one of them. I wanted to be a sportswriter. At one critical point in my writing, Dad advised me to get to the point and…

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shifting winds of shanp

After all the tents pitched by those waiting hours if not days to get in had been removed, scads of knives bought and sold, BLADE University classes and free demos concluded, awards presented, exhibits dismantled and the record crowd of over 11,000 dispersed, the question remained: What set BLADE Show 2019 apart from past renditions of the world’s biggest, most momentous knife happening? Show veteran Mike Crenshaw cited the continued increase in international knife companies and a surge in younger knife buyers. “The market has been getting younger due to the very strong influence of the Internet and social media, so there’s an obvious shift,” he observed. “There were a lot of people who had never heard of the BLADE Show before until social media and Internet ‘buzz’ made them aware.…

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warden, phillips take world titles

Nicole Warden won an unprecedented fourth straight title in the women’s division and Donavon Phillips won his first-ever men’s division crown in the 17th Annual BLADE Show World Championship Cutting Competition. Conducted by BladeSports International, the competition was moved inside due to inclement weather in the Galleria Specialty Shops area of the Cobb Galleria Centre. It was the first time the event was held indoors. Robin Berry and Jonni Jo Carothers placed second and third behind Warden in the women’s division, respectively, and the respective second- and third-place finishers in the men’s division were Dan Keffeler and Ben Propst. Other placers in the women’s division in order were Chandee Smith and Shanna Kemp, and the balance of the finishers in the men’s division in order were James Clifton, David Moore, Christopher Berry,…

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