•  American Bladesmith Society
     
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The American Bladesmith Society is a non profit organization dedicated to education and the revival of the art and craft of the forged blade. ABS Bladesmiths represent the cutting edge of forged blade performance and design on six continents. Our mission is preserving and promoting the ancient craft of forged knives through education, testing and certification.
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  •  American Knife & Tool Institute (ATKI)
     
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The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) is a non-profit organization (501(c)6) representing all segments of the knife industry and all knife users. Formed by concerned industry leaders after considerable discussion with individual knifemakers, knife magazine publishers, and a broad section of the knife community, AKTI has been the reasonable and responsible voice of the knife community since 1998.
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  •  Buck Collectors Club
     
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The BUCK COLLECTORS CLUB was started to reach and unite all collectors. The Collectors Club was founded by Vern Taylor in order to help people learn about the many reasons to collect Buck knives, and to share their knowledge with others. There are currently over 1500 members in the club from all over the world.
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  •  Case Classics Club
     
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Founded in 2000, this private club is a must for any serious Case Classic collector. Containing up to date and accurate information on the 37 patterns of the Case Classic line of knives.
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  •  Knife Rights
     
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Providing knife and edged tool owners an effective voice to influence public policy and to oppose efforts to restrict the right to own, use and carry knives and edged tools.
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  •  North Star Blade Collectors (MN)
     
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Since 1982 we have been a club for collectors of all types of cutlery. We have a monthly meeting at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1114 American Blvd., Bloomington, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb. We publish an extensive newsletter monthly by mail or email. We have a unique clubknife each year. Yearly dues are only $20. Contact the club at PO Box 20523, Bloomington, MN 55420
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  •  NorthWest Knife Collectors (NWKC) - Washington
     
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A Non-Profit Membership Organization Formed For The Purpose Of Encouraging Custom Knife Making, Knife Collecting And The General Appreciation Of The Edged Tool. Located in the EverGreen State of the Great Pacific NorthWest. We meet once a month alternating between Tacoma and Bothell Washington.
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  •  Oregon Knife Collectors Association
     
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Oregon Knife Collectors Association is a non-profit organization, founded in 1972, dedicated to the providing a family friendly environment where collectors young and old can enjoy collecting all things that go “cut.” OKCA has 2 shows per year. The April show is the biggest and best show in the USA. The Mini-Show is in early December. Check the website for exact times: http://www.oregonknifeclub.org/index.html To contact by email: okca@oregonknifeclub.org The website contains great articles on knives: http://www.oregonknifeclub.org/knews.html The monthly Knewsletters also has great knife related articles: http://www.oregonknifeclub.org/knewsletters.html
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  •  Palmetto Cutlery Club (South Carolina)
     
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Regular scheduled meetings are held the 1st. Tuesday of each month, 7:00pm, at the Greer Tennis Club, 226 Oakland Ave., Greer, SC. The Palmetto Cutlery Club is an organization dedicated to trading and collecting cutlery related items, combating fraud, counterfeiting and opposing misguided and unwise information in the knife collecting circles. To uphold and promote the highest ethical standards in all activities. To promote friendship and fellowship among the membership and to educate members on the preservation and benefits of collecting and trading cutlery related items.
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  •  Sarasota Knife Collectors Club (FL)
     
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Sarasota Knife Collectors Club - Sarasota, Venice, Bradenton, Myakka, Parrish, St. Petersburg, Palmetto, and Nokomis Florida.
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  •  Tar Heel Cutlery Club Inc.
     
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Tar Heel Cutlery Inc was formed in 1975 in Winston-Salem, NC and has regular club meetings the 4th Tuesday Night of each month @ 6:30pm. The meetings are held @ Miller Park Recreation Center @ 400 Leisure Lane, Winston-Salem,NC Each meeting begins with a swap meet,raffle & a live knife auction. New Members are welcome. The Club hosts a annual 2 day knife show. Each member is given the opportunity to purchase the yearly club knife. We are the only knife club in NC. You may contact Club President; Chris Groce PO Box 26, Yadkinville, NC 27055 Office Phone #336-679-8817
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