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We offer a layaway plan on select products so you may pay for your order over a period of 60 days. Products that are eligible for layaway will show "Layaway Available: Yes" on the product page.

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Example: Your order total is $300 plus $12.75 shipping and handling. If you select the layaway option, your payments would be:

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  • $100.00 (1/3 of purchase = $100)
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Begg Knives

Todd Beggs' love for knives resulted in his first successful attempt at creating one in 1983, when he was in junior high school. When Todd was 20, he joined the military as an NBC Recon team member and found himself using tactical knives in the field on a daily basis, inspiring him to want to create knives that were functional, unique and aesthetically pleasing. He consumed everything he could about the construction, metals and materials and design of knives and credits Bob Loveless’s book, 'How To Make Knives', as the spark that lit the fire. In 1998, Todd completed a Machine Shop Technology Program from San Juan College in Farmington, NM. Todd lives in Dallas, Texas as full-time knifemaker. He also holds the position as a Board Director of the Knifemakers’ Guild (2022 President) along with other seats in various knife organizations.

Lightfoot, Greg

"I started out in 1988 thinking I could make a better knife than the ones I was buying, and I've been a full-time knife maker ever since. I was a Machinist in my former job, and I knew how to work with steel. Rod Olson was an early mentor and showed me the ropes of tactical folder engineering. Tony Marfione taught me how to do a hollow grind in 1999, and in 2000 his L-CC went gold at the Atlanta Blade Show. Another early design influence came from Joel Pirela; I thought he made a sweet knife and a number of his designs inspired my own. I met Jared Van Otterloo in 2014, and his energy and passion for knives and social media gave me new ideas. I loved his folder design ideas, and he had the ability to support and enhance my own designs and make them better."

Tighe, Brian
Tighe, Brian

Canadian knife veteran Brian Tighe has spent the last 40 years honing his skills as a quality knife maker, creating award-winning knives that are consistently recognized in the industry for their bold sense of design, impeccable craftsmanship and precision engineering. Brian Tighe specializes in custom folding tactical knives that combine high-tech materials with high-tech styling. Each blade is one-of-a-kind in style featuring original locks and steel designs known for their supreme functionality. All of Brian’s tactical blades are made with top-quality Titanium, Carbon Fiber, Damasteel and other top-quality Stainless Steels. He is currently working with “Glow in the Dark” Carbon Fiber as well as “Glow in the Dark” inlays in various composites. Brian’s knives have been featured in respected publications like BLADE magazine, Knives Illustrated, Tactical Knives and American Handgunner as well as in all four of David Darom’s books “The World of Art Knives”. Brian won “Most Innovative Design” at the 2010 and 2012 BLADE show. Beyond his custom knife work, Brian has worked on production collaborations with Columbia River Knife and Tool (CRKT) and Spyderco Knives. In June 2016, Brian launched his own line and business venture: Brian Tighe & Friends. BT&F specializes in bringing innovative and advanced technology to the mid-tech knife market making affordable, professional-grade folding knives, made in the USA and assembled by hand. In June 2017 at BLADE Show BT&F were awarded “Most Innovated Design” for the Tighe Breaker Integral Automatic the 1st of its kind.

Ralph, Darrel
Ralph, Darrel

In 1987 Darrel began making knives and the knife industry was forever changed for the better. His designs are not only artistry in motion but imagination come to life for those of us in love with cutting edge weapons. The first knife he ever made was a Butterfly patterned flipper. His first knife sale was five years later in 1992 at a knife show in Cincinnati. It would become the catalyst for over two decades of designs that would set the knife world on fire and raise the stakes for other custom knife makers. In a sense he turned up the pressure and lit a couple of fires in the tactical folder industry. His knives soon garnered the attention of the U.S. Government resulting in a contract to make switchblades for the military. Darrel passed away in 2021.

Moen, Jerry

"Growing up in Texas I’ve been an avid collector of handmade knives for most of my life. Early on I recognized the creativity and ingenuity that goes into making custom knives and I’ve always admired both the art and function that they represent. Retiring from the oil and gas industry I decided to make knives of my own design and consequently the pleasure of meeting collectors nationally and internationally. My shop for making handmade custom knives is in Dallas, Texas. I’ve been very fortunate to build a terrific clientele in the short number of years I’ve been in this profession. My theory is really quite simple; make it unique and artistic, yet at the same time it needs to be functional and well balanced. Using only the finest steels and handle materials, I never compromise on quality. All knives are made with tapered tang’s. Thanks to my many friends within the industry that have helped mentor me with their support and patient guidance. I’ve been fortunate and thankful to gain national recognition for my work but it only motivates me towards that next out-of-the-ballpark knife."

Olamic Cutlery
Olamic Cutlery

"We are a family-owned and operated knife company that started in 2010 in California. Olamic began with fixed blades and expanded into folders in 2013. To do so we brought along ABS MasterSmith Michael Vagnino and built up a small facility in Visalia, CA where he lives. Our goal at the time was to combine old world handwork we learned from our fixed blades and modern materials to make custom folders. The Wayfarer Classic was our first such folder, followed by Wayfarer Compact, Rainmaker, and Gambit. These models are handmade, built without the use of CNC. Making knives one at a time is the only way to maintain our “never the same" mantra. There are over ten million possible builds on our custom knives and each one made is unique. In 2016 we wanted to offer a robust EDC knife and designed the Wayfarer 247. We quickly realized that to make this knife competitive we need to have some parts pre-machined. Our Visalia shop doesn’t have this capacity and after an extensive search we found such precision in Italy. Everything beyond this initial step is done in California by the same hands that build our customs. Our fixed blades are made in Russia in small batches, all completely by hand. We forge our own Damascus from a proprietary mix of both high carbon and Vanadium-based steels. The steel is called H.C.V.D. and can be found in many patterns on our hunting knives and daggers. In March of 2017 we began using our Russian-made Damascus on our folders and finally crossed our past and our future."

Willumsen, Mikkel
Willumsen, Mikkel

Mikkel is a custom knifemaker since 1998, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. I graduated in 2000 as teacher in metal and woodwork, and decided after my graduation that knife making should be my future. I already got the interest for knives as a child and collected many different kinds of knives back then. I specialize in folding knives, fixed blades and balisongs. Further to these items I make kitchen knives. I am primarily influenced by design,that is function and quality based, therefore I use the best material for my knives. The style is tactical and I use the name Urban Tactical for my work. I get my inspiration from classical designs mixed with modern tactics.

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