River Knife & Tool, Coopersville, MI, May, 2017- White River Knives invites you to visit its display booth at this year’s Blade Show in Atlanta, Georgia, June 2-4.
The Blade Show is the world’s number one show for cutlery, so it is the place to see custom and new production knives, and White River Knives will be at booth number 32A. Staffing the booth will be White River’s owners, Cammenga family members John Sr., Susan, Matt, and John Jr., along with the company’s newest craftsman/designer, A.T. Nyhof.
Special guest; famed master smith Jerry Fisk, who designed several White River knives, will be in the booth at 1:00 p.m. each day. If you are into forged blades, Jerry is the guy to see. Also visiting the booth throughout the show will be Jason Tietz of Firecraft Customs, and Justin Gingrich of Gingrich Tactical Innovations.
White River Knives will be displaying its full line of cutlery, including custom versions of the wildly popular Firecraft survival knives that debuted at the 2016 Blade Show. Some new knives will also make their debut at the Blade Show, including the Kucklehead II, based on White River’s original Knucklehead, the popular small skeleton knife designed for utility, carry comfort, and concealment. The company will also show never-before-seen prototypes of its incredible new bushcraft knives.
White River’s reputation for intelligent design, top-shelf U.S.-only materials, and incomparable workmanship at a reasonable price has driven a sales explosion that has allowed the company to expand its offerings and provide great knives to more and more satisfied customers.
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