Introducing the Tennessee Toothpick Knife!

Introducing the Tennessee Toothpick Knife!

We're proud to announce the latest addition to our ever evolving knife inventory and unique

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Survivor Available in Two Colors

Survivor Available in Two Colors

Our popular “Survivor” knife is now available in OD Green & Black!  

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Arkansas Flatlight

Arkansas Flatlight

Now available! Check out the coolest little light that goes and stays anywhere you need it! Read all about it.

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Arkansas Toothpick Knife 9

Arkansas Toothpick Knife 9

Photo by : Travis Designs The original “Arkansas Toothpick Knife” was made in the early 1830s by James Black, still regarded as one of the most renowned knife makers in American history. Black, a true Arkanas native, was known for his unique tempering process for the hardening of his knife blades. this process died with him. the Arkansas Toothpick would sharpen razor sharp and was an excellent weapon and the perfect throwing...

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Arkansas Toothpick Knife 8

Arkansas Toothpick Knife 8

Photo by : Travis Designs The original “Arkansas Toothpick Knife” was made in the early 1830s by James Black, still regarded as one of the most renowned knife makers in American history. Black, a true Arkanas native, was known for his unique tempering process for the hardening of his knife blades. this process died with him. the Arkansas Toothpick would sharpen razor sharp and was an excellent weapon and the perfect throwing...

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Arkansas Toothpick Knife 7

Arkansas Toothpick Knife 7

Photo by : Travis Designs The original “Arkansas Toothpick Knife” was made in the early 1830s by James Black, still regarded as one of the most renowned knife makers in American history. Black, a true Arkanas native, was known for his unique tempering process for the hardening of his knife blades. this process died with him. the Arkansas Toothpick would sharpen razor sharp and was an excellent weapon and the perfect throwing...

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