Randall’s Adventure and Training hosts parent / child wilderness survival courses that provide youngsters with an introduction to self-reliance skills and techniques. Much of the course work involves learning to handle and use knives safely and effectively. Regular contributor Reuben Bolieu provides an inside look at one of these courses that can help to instill youngsters with a sense of responsibility and discipline.
W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery has introduced its Canvas Collection. No, the handles aren’t canvas Micarta. These folders are wrapped with a brass sleeve that the company can imprint with an endless range of artwork, design patterns, and colors. For starters, Case is offering this new concept in a single-blade trapper slip-joint knife with a 3.25-inch blade.
GiantMouse is sending its design team of Jens Ansø and Jesper Voxnaes along with CEO Jim Wirth on tour of Filson stores across the country. This is a chance to chat with those who provide the inspiration behind the company’s excellent knives, as well as getting a look at the company’s latest products. There will be some special models available too.
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