A. G. Russell™ Folding Cook's Knife II

The original A. G. Russell™ Folding Hocho, made for us in Japan for years, has probably been our second best selling knife ever, after the K-93 Featherlite pocketknife. Cooking personality Alton Brown bought several. He told me that he really liked the knife, but he would like it even better if I would put handle scales on one for him.

Knife Collectors Club™ Luger Pistol

In 1973, for the CM-3, the Luger Pistol, I dealt with the German Baron whose family had owned the Puma Cutlery Company for over 100 years. They made 3,600 knives: 2,400 with a detailed image of the Luger Pistol on an oval inlay and 1,200 with an inlay of the 9mm Luger Cartridge.

Kershaw® Leek with Mammoth Tooth & Black Jet

This spectacular Kershaw Leek is created exclusively for A. G. Russell™ and Russell's for Men™ by Santa Fe Stoneworks using fossilized Mammoth Tooth and Black Jet.

A.G. Russell™ 2013 Texas Ranger®

Each Texas Ranger knife is limited to 1,000 with Ebony Rucarta™ handle scales and a Texas Ranger Badge inlay of nickel silver.

A.G. Russell™ Cowboy and Rancher

As a long time admirer of the Sodbuster-type pocketknife, I naturally wanted to add one to the A. G. Russell™ line of knives. Sodbuster, of course, is now a W. R. Case® trademark, so I cannot offer you an A. G. Russell Sodbuster. Instead, I have created two variations: the A. G. Russell Rancher and the A G. Russell Cowboy.

A. G. Russell™ 2012 Texas Ranger®

The Texas Hunter, the 2012 Texas Ranger Knife, may be my favorite knife in this series. I say that with caution, because I have really liked the four knives that came before it.

A.G. Russell™ Cowboy Pocketknives

The Cowboy, a larger version of the Rancher, big enough to trim a hoof, butcher, skin or perform any of the other tough jobs a cowboy or farmer might be called on to do.

Spyderco® Bug and Honeybee

Created exclusively for A. G. Russell™ and Russell's® for Men by Santa Fe Stoneworks. Both the Bug and the Honeybee are part of Spyderco's line of small folders called Slipits. Santa Fe has added highly figured Apple Coral to the sides of the handle on both knives to create beautiful little folders that are also highly functional.

A.G. Russell™ Rancher Pocketknives

For years, I have been an admirer of the Sodbuster class of knives. My favorites were always those made by Eye Brand of Solingen Germany, sadly now gone. Sodbuster, of course, is now a Case® Cutlery trademark, so I cannot offer you an A. G. Russell Sodbuster. Instead, I offer two variations: the A. G. Russell Rancher and the A G. Russell Cowboy.

Gerber® Bear Grylls Basic Kit

At the age of 23 Bear was entered into The Guinness Book of Records as the youngest, and one of only around thirty, British climbers to have successfully climbed Everest and returned alive.

A. G. Russell™ Gentleman's Folding Steak Knives

Our folding steak knife fits perfectly in your shirt pocket, and is so lightweight you will hardly know it is there.

Italian Made Miniature Folders Briarwood

There are a handful of custom knifemakers who craft tiny, miniature knives as highly collectible works of art. These are beautiful and functional knives that can be opened, closed, sharpened and used, or placed in your collection of miniature knives.

Italian Made Miniature Folder Mother-of-Pearl

There are a handful of custom knifemakers who craft tiny, miniature knives as highly collectible works of art. These are beautiful and functional knives that can be opened, closed, sharpened and used, or placed in your collection of miniature knives.

Viper® Drop Gentleman's Folder

Maniago, Italy remains the center for quality knife production in Southern Europe. Viper® has embraced the concept of "Maniago Quality". Viper knives will bear the rigors of everyday use with ease and the craftsmanship, use of quality blade steels and beautiful handle materials makes a Viper knife a respectable addition to any collection.

Spyderco® HoneyBee

Spyderco® calls their new line of very small folders Slipits. These are non-locking slip-joint knives from a company that has built a reputation on lockbacks, but also and more importantly, on quality. The HoneyBee is part of that line.

A.G. Russell™ 2.5 Titanium Lockback Folder

This tiny Titanium Lockback Folder is based on the A. G. Russell Ultimate Pen Knife which we introduced mid-year 2003. The Pen Knife is a slip joint and measures only 2" closed. While it is an extremely handy and useful little knife, I saw the need for a knife that is just as thin (to rest comfortably in your pocket) but is a little larger and locks.

Kershaw® Leek

Created exclusively for A. G. Russell™ and Russell's for Men™ by Santa Fe Stoneworks, this Kershaw Leek is a stunner. We asked S anta Fe Stoneworks to take the Leek, an assisted opening knife designed by Cutlery Hall of Fame member Ken Onion, and turn it into something spectacular.

Original Hen & Rooster Gentleman's Congress & Baby Barlow

Bertram, the maker of the original Hen & Rooster knives, was founded in 1865.

A.G. Russell™ Hen & Rooster KCC CM-7 .45 Long Colt

In 1979, Hen & Rooster and A. G. Russell produced the CM-7, the .45 Long Colt which was the first knife designed entirely by me for Hen & Rooster to make. This Vest Pocket Skinner commemorates the American West and the Colt Single Action.

Case® Fishing Knife

This reduced version of the old-time favorite measures only 4-1/4" closed. Features the traditional yellow delrin handle with inset sharpening stone for fish hooks.

Viper® Evolution Lockback

The knife industry in Europe, as well as in Japan, has always centered around one area in each country. In England, it was Sheffield, in Germany, Solingen, in Japan, Seki City and in Italy it has been Maniago. In the recent past, we have seen a decline in quality knife production in England, Germany, the United States and most recently in Japan. There are good companies making quality knives remaining in Germany, Japan and the U. S., but they are few.

Original Hen & Rooster Model 107

This knife began life as the seventh serial numbered Knife Collectors Club™ knife, the CM-7. There were 3,000 made with rosewood handles, all serial numbered. We then made 1,000 in India stag, African Blackwood, Coral Rucarta™, Black Rucarta™, Ivory Rucarta™ and only 2 knives in Mother-of-Pearl. The last time one of the two Mother-of-Pearl knives changed hands was about 15 years ago. It sold for almost $2,000.

Al Mar® Knives Osprey

The Osprey is either a small "Gentleman's" Locking Knife or a Miniature Frontlock knife. In either case, it is a pleasure to handle and to own.

A.G. Russell™ Hen & Rooster Baby Barlow

There were only 1,800 CM-4's with Ivory scales made. We then produced the Model 104 in five different handle materials (only these remain). These are great knives. You can not get this quality today any place else at these prices. If you want one of the knives made in the original shop of the Bertram Firm, this is an opportunity you will not want to miss.

Remington® 20th Anniversary Baby Bullet

Over 30 years ago, Remington Arms Co. issued the first official reproduction of the most popular of all of the original “Bullet” knives of the early 1900s.

Böker® Congress Carver

Len Yule and his dad are the only father/son team to win the National Wild Turkey Call Championship. While his dad dominates the collectible duck call market, Len has earned his reputation with turkey calls, where his calls fetch from $1000-$4,000 each.

Knife Collectors Club™ 35th Anniversary Knife

To commemorate the 35th Anniversary of the founding of the Knife Collectors Club™, A.G. has designed the Cattaraugus® Two Blade Whittler. While this is a Reverse Congress pattern, notice that it is like no other Reverse Congress you have seen.