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A.G. Russell

A.G. Russell

A.G. Russell has been deeply involved in the knife industry for over forty years. A.G. was the first member of the Knife Digest Cutlery Hall of Fame, was a founding member of the Knifemakers' Guild, founded The Knife Collectors Club, started the first knife mail order business, and produced the first commemorative pocket knife. In 1968, he founded the first "after market" for knives, the A.G. Russell List of Knives for Immediate Delivery. His mailing list was used to found the first two knife magazines, Knife World and The American Blade, now Blade. In the early 1970s, he arranged the first collaboration between a knifemaker and knife manufacturer. He designed and produced the first liner-less pocket knife with all-plastic handles in 1970. In 1975, he designed a unique boot knife he called the Sting, a small knife intended for hunting and personal defense. In 1987, he introduced the A.G. Russell One Hand Knife which was one of the first production knives to use a blade thumb stud for one-hand opening.
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