We are currently compiling the most comprehensive list of companies that make knives right here in the USA. This directory has information about people who make knives with links to their businesses, which includes large corporations, small businesses and individuals.
By far the most abundant type of knifemaker in America are individual bladesmiths, many who started out as part time hobbiests that have gone on to be full time master craftsmen. Fixed blade knives are probably the most common, but you can find many folding blades along with a wide variety of special purpose knives too.
Apart from finding knives which we use everyday, which includes both factory produced & handmade items, many are one of a kind and unique.
Bark River Knives is a family-owned business whose goal is to produce the finest semi-production cutting tools available on the market. These products are aimed for use by outdoors-men and others who need real performance in the field.
Bear & Son Cutlery and Remington Outdoor Company (ROC) have announced a partnership agreement to manufacture a new line of collectible and functional cutlery products. The collection will offer all of the sleek design of a Bear & Son knife with the rugged durability that sportsmen have come to rely on from Remington. Both companies stress the importance of quality products made in the USA.
With a rich history dating back over 30 years, Benchmade is the product of many dedicated employees, a never-quit demand for excellence and the de Asis family’s vision and total commitment to culture, service and innovation.
American made, life-time guaranteed knives for outdoors, hunting, fishing, survival and work. Pocket, folding, or fixed blade knives to fit your life. CJ Buck is currently Chairman and CEO of Buck Knives, Inc. and the 4th generation family member to run Buck Knives. CJ started with Buck Knives in 1978, working on the production line building 110 Folding Hunters.
W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company has been a leading American manufacturer of premium, hand-crafted knives for more than a century. Still manufactured in Bradford, Pennsylvania by skilled artisans using the finest materials and time-honored techniques – this rich heritage makes Case knives the brand of choice for sportsmen and knife enthusiasts, as well as the most collected knives in the world. From hunting and pocket knives to the V-42 Stiletto carried by U.S. Army soldiers in World War II, to the M-1 Astronauts knife carried on the Gemini and Apollo missions, Case knives have been a trusted companion, as well as a tool, for generations.
The Entrek USA line of high quality knives consists of over 30 models ranging from the Lynx at an overall length of under 6 1/2 inches to the Strike Eagle at over 14 1/2 inches. They continue to listen to the people who use Entrek USA knives and design knives to meet their needs. Hunting, utility, tactical they make knives to fit many uses.
Jeff makes his knives based off his own designs, using 1095, 80CRv2 and a few other high carbon steels. He also uses high strength epoxy and flared tubing pins to attach the handles for durability and a nice solid feel. Jeff also does his own precision heat treating in house with a digital oven and appropriate quench oil to ensure maximum hardness and toughness of the blades. His knives are built to withstand heavy use and will last a lifetime.
There are three very important letters that separate these KA-BAR knives from all others - U.S.A. They're so proud of their USA made knives, they print those three great letters right on the highest quality blade, so you'll never forget that KA-BAR knives are made in the land of the free and used by the brave. Check out the KA-BAR knives lucky enough to be born in the USA.
Michael StClair designs and create knives for everyday use, collection, or investment. He accepts commissions and works with customers to create unique, one of a kind knives.? Everything on the knife is created in his own shop, he designs and makes all parts of the knife, including the sheath. His 'working' knives, if taken care of properly, will appreciate in value over time.