Knife World Index - 2004

Regular readers of KNIFE WORLD know that each monthly issue contains a wide variety of articles on subjects of interest to knife collectors, makers, and users. As a service to our readers who may wish to refer to previously published articles, we offer below this index to calendar year 2004.

In addition to the articles listed, each issue of KNIFE WORLD features:

* Whut Izzit - Q&A column by knife expert Bernard Levine
* Artistry in Knives - our handmade knife centerspread
* Knife News / Book Reviews - what's new in the knife world
* Irons in the Fire - the editor's monthly musings
* Letters to the Editor - your chance to speak your mind
* Club Corner - the only current listing in the industry
* Show Calendar - the most complete listing anywhere
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January 2004
Title Author Page
So, You’re Going to Buy a Knife? B.R. Hughes 1
Knives of the Middle East Eiler Robert Cook 1
13 Ways to Mount a Worm Clyde Shoe 6
Multi-Tools & Survival David E. Steele 14
Military & Other Knife Jottings Ron Flook 22
Small Folders, Good Folders Bob Campbell 26
Ever Lose a Knife? Dennis Ellingsen 27
February 2004
Novelty Cutlery Company Cynthia Vignos 1
Jerry Bodner- Miniature Makin’ Man Albert Schmid 1
Women and Knives Bob Campbell 12
The Hugh McConnell Bowie Setian & Domenech 15
The “Q” Knives of WWII Frank Trzaska 20
Kershaw Carabiner M. Willson Offutt 28
March 2004
B-Y’s – Buy Y-B’s Mark D. Zalesky 1
Traveling With Your Knives Knife World Staff 1
Lockpicks, Picklocks, What Did You Say? Dan Fuller 8
Jefferson County Knife Show Butch Winter 12
My Favorite Pocketknives Robert Johnston 14
A Little Survival Knife Pat Cascio 18
U.S.M.C. Intrenching Machete Frank Trzaska 22
April 2004
Victorinox – A Sleeping Giant? Dan Jacquart 1
Sino-Japanese Knives Eiler Robert Cook 1
Cut & Chop, A.B.S. Style B.R. Hughes 14
Russell’s Whittlers’ Kit Mark D. Zalesky 17
Camillus Equips Flyboys Frank Trzaska 22
Reeve/Harsey Green Beret M. Willson Offutt 32
May 2004
Kent: Unusual Brand, Unusual Knife Richard D. White 1
Bladesmith Jason Knight Darby Neaves 1
Modern Combat/Utility Knives David E. Steele 14
The Knife I Carry Joe Seale 19
The Vietnam Bowie Eugene W. Stone Jr 22
Limited Options B.R. Hughes 27
June 2004
Quality Equals Schrade Dennis Ellingsen 1
Schrade – 100 Years of Markings B.K. Brooks 1
Browning's Living History Knives B.R. Hughes 7
Loyd Thomson D. Hoskins 14
Evolution of Knife Collecting Scott King 17
The Krag Bowie Bayonet Frank Trzaska 22
Spyderco vs. Benchmade Kitchen Knives M. Willson Offutt 32
July 2004
Real Executives Carry Pocketknives David E. Steele 1
Knives “South of the Border” Eiler Robert Cook 1
Not One of Those Gatlins Jim Williamson 14
The Riser Cutters Frank Trzaska 22
Buck 501 Esquire/Squire Greg Smith 29
August 2004
The Mighty Wire Jack Glen Davis 1
Lone Wolf’s Loveless Knives Jim Williamson 1
The A.B.S. in 2004 B.R. Hughes 8
The M1942 Machete in WWII Frank Trzaska 22
Al Mar Shrike M. Willson Offutt 32
September 2004
Marbles: A Classic Name in Knives Jim Williamson 1
Professionally Sharp: Ernie Grospitch Lowell Bray 1
Casein - the Natural Plastic Knife World Staff 7
Wharncliffe Blades Bob Campbell 8
My Knife Club Adventure Rudy Sutherland 14
Imperial Logos Update Robert Palmer 19
The Post WWII M1942 Machete Frank Trzaska 22
October 2004
The History of Dollar Knives David Krauss & David Clark 1
From Boats to Bowies B.R. Hughes 1
Understanding British Registry Marks J. Slater & M. Zalesky 14
The ASEK from Ontario Frank Trzaska 22
TigerSharp’s Classic Bob Campbell 26
LeBatard Field & Stream M. Willson Offutt 32
November 2004
The One & Only Jack Knife Ben Mark D. Zalesky 1
Wherefore Art Thou, William Henry? Jim Taylor 1
Mocotaugan - The Crooked Knife Gordon Minnis 14
Morey Mk1 Desert Storm Knives Frank Trzaska 22
The Saving Cut Bob Campbell 26
December 2004
The Enigmatic “J” Blade Joe Seale 1
“Art,” as in Art Tycer B.R. Hughes 1
Hammer-In’ Away Mark D. Zalesky 14
Post WWII Barteaux Knives Harvey A. Reisberg 22
Getting a Handle on Knife Handles Bob Campbell 26
Pro Tech Godfather M. Willson Offutt 31

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