Buck Knives Celebrates Fibonacci Day With the Nobleman Linerlock Knife 327

Buck Knives Celebrates Fibonacci Day
Buck Knives Celebrates Fibonacci Day

Fibonacci Day was named after Leonardo Fibonacci, an Italian mathematician who discovered the natural sequence of numbers in nature in 1202. It’s a series of numbers which is the sum of the previous 2 numbers: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55,etc. It is found in hurricane patterns, DNA and the petals of some flowers.

Why celebrate it today? November 23 is 11/23, the first four numbers in the sequence.

Buck Knives salutes Leonardo for making this earth-shaking discovery over 800 years ago.

buck nobleman knife BuckĀ® Nobleman Linerlock Knife 327

Honor Our Veterans With Pocket Knives Engraved in the USA

Pocket Knives Engraved in the USA
American Flag Waving for Our Veterans

Our veterans gave us their best, and sometimes their lives, so we could enjoy our personal freedoms in this great country. How can we ever show them enough gratitude?

  • Take them to lunch or dinner on Veterans Day, or this weekend.
  • Pray for them.
  • Give them a gift, like Pocket Knives Engraved in the USA
  • Simply tell them “Thanks for your service”. They always appreciate that praise.

    Pocket Knives Engraved in the USA
    Buck Lockback Knife 055

Engraved Buck Knives Salutes the Birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps

Engraved Buck Knives Salutes the USMC
Engraved Buck Knives Salutes the USMC

On November 10, 1775, the Continental Congress established the Continental Marines, in preparation for the American Revolution. The recruitment office was in the Tun Tavern on Water Street in the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After the war, the Continental Marines was abolished, only to be replaced in 1798 by the United States Marine Corps (USMC). It was placed under the Secretary of the Navy at that time.

Engraved Buck Knives proudly salutes the United States Marine Corps and thanks all the marines for their valuable service. We encourage you to also thank a Marine, take them to lunch, or give them engraved Buck knives in appreciation.

Engraved Buck Knives
Engraved Buck Knives


A Concise History of Engraved Kershaw Knives

Engraved Kershaw Knives, Leek Knife 1660
Kershaw Leek Knife 1660

Yes, there really is a person named Pete Kershaw. He started his hunting knife business in 1974. Lake Oswego, Oregon was the starting place, and Pete used a space in a cement plant at the time. He was impressed with the quality of knives produced by Kai, a then 65 year-old Japanese knife company, owned by Saijiro Endo II. The two men hit it off pretty well, and formed a solid partnership.

Progress was made in the 1990’s by introducing new features like the liner lock mechanism in the Liner Action knives. The partners also developed a new production facility in Wilsonville, Oregon in 1996.

At Pete’s retirement, Jack Igarashi took over, and brought in fresh ideas to keep engraved Kershaw knives ahead of the game. He invented a new, easy way to open a pocket knife. This mechanism is called SpeedSafeĀ®. Today it is built into the Leek, Chive, and Scallion Kershaw knives. If you try it once, you will be convinced that it is the best way to open a pocket knife.

Today, the reputation of engraved Kershaw knives continues to be outstanding.


Engraved Leatherman Tools Are Needed For “National First Responders Day”

Leatherman Engraved Tools
Leatherman Engraved Tool

October 28th is “National First Responders Day”. These are the people who act quickly when an emergency arises. These are the people who run towards a problem when everyone else is running away. According to the CDC, 155 policemen and 97 firemen die each year performing their heroic jobs.

If you own a business, you can honor the First Responders by giving them Engraved Leatherman Tools with your company logo.

Tuesday October 5 is “National Fruit At Work Day”. Take Your Fruit Knife.

Carved Orange Using a Fruit Knife
Carved Orange Using a Fruit Knife

The first Tuesday in October is “National Fruit At Work” Day”. What a perfect day to take your fruit knife to work with you! It folds, and fits into your pocket for safe keeping.

What are the benefits of eating fresh fruit?

  1. Get energy. Fruits give you a natural energy boost.
  2. Get fiber. Fruits are rich in fiber.
  3. Get natural. Eat naturally, not out of the can; not processed, no additives. This is the healthy way to eat.
  4. Get better memory. Fruits are high in antioxidants, mono-unsaturated fats, folate, and vitamin k.
5-3/4" ivory plastic handle fruit knife 95-112whs
5-3/4″ ivory plastic handle fruit/vegetable knife 95-112whs


What to Look For When Shopping For Engraved Tools

Leatherman Engraved Tools
Leatherman Engraved Tool

Does anyone have too many tools? Probably not. There’s a special tool for every job. If not, you can make one out of an existing tool, like bending a wrench to fit in a tight place on your car engine. Some guys like to buy tools that they don’t need right now, but think they would be good ones to have around just in case. That’s what I do. The best tools to “have around just in case” are Leatherman engraved tools. They can do a dozen different things, and come in a small package. They can take the place of a dozen specialty tools, so your toolbox won’t be so heavy.

Celebrate National Fall Foliage Week With Camouflage Buck Knives

Sunday, September 26 begins National Fall Foliage Week. What better way to celebrate than to take a drive in the country, enjoy a walk in the woods, and give camouflage Buck Knives with your logo to all your customers.

Camouflage Buck Knives
Camouflage Buck Knives
Camouflage Buck Knives
Orange Camouflage Buck Knives

Personalized Pocket Knives

Gordon Blake and Dave Navoyosky demonstrate personalized pocket knives
Gordon Blake and Dave Navoyosky Demonstrate Personalized Pocket Knives

This Friday, September 17 is National Tradesmen Day. These are the people who specialize in certain skills like electricity, plumbing, masonry, carpentry, painting, and mechanical repairs. Honor these tradesmen by giving them personalized pocket knives with your company logo. They will appreciate them.