Housekeeping: Announcing The Truth About Knives

(courtesy The Truth About Knives)

I’m pleased to announce the arrival of The Truth About Guns’ sister site: The Truth About Knives. Click here to link across. Our man Chris Dumm is large and in charge, tasked with running the knife site with the same passion, honesty and integrity we apply to firearms rants, news and reviews. More than a few of the writers hereabouts will be creating edgy content for the new site, along with as-yet-undiscovered talent. If you’d like to be among their number, or have a knife or knife-related product you’d like TTAK to review, please ping Chris at thetruthaboutknives@gmail.com. We’ll be running some knife-gun related posts for a while, linking over to TTAK, to help get the site started. After that, both sites will practice perfect brand purity. And . . . that’s about it. Good luck to Chris and his team!

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  1. avatar ensitu says:

    As a former knife grinder I can’t say how excited I am about this new web site!
    Now where’s the bill cap you promised?

  2. avatar Chris McLain says:

    “More than a few of the writers hereabouts will be creating edgy content for the new site” I gotta say the site looks sharp. Maybe they could also feature cutting-edge technology. I’m glad you guys have honed in on knives.

    I’m sorry I couldn’t resist!

    1. avatar g says:

      +1

      Edgy content. Cutting edge technology… hahaha.

    2. avatar Derek says:

      Very pointedly said.

      1. avatar Pat says:

        No matter how you slice it, it should be nice.

  3. avatar Frank Williams says:

    Are you going to call it TTAK?

    1. avatar Chris Dumm says:

      Yup. Acronyms rule.

  4. avatar DrVino says:

    I’m waiting for TheTruthAboutCrossbows.com

    1. avatar chris says:

      +1 or tomahawks

  5. avatar ChuckN says:

    Well this looks like fun.

  6. avatar JAS says:

    Love it! Great Idea.

  7. avatar Tommy Knocker says:

    The Truth About Spoons…coming.

  8. As a custom knife maker and a religious TTAG reader, I can tell you how excited I am about this! I hope you guys keep this full of new content.

  9. avatar SubZ says:

    Awesome! Cept it will make me wanna spend more money 🙁

  10. avatar Bruce says:

    I almost hate to say it, but it looks kind of naked without the advertising. * grins *

    But I like the content.

    1. Give us a day or so.

  11. avatar Craig M. says:

    Hopefully in a few years it won’t be overrun with political posts about fighting for your rights to own things with sharp edges and points.

    That’s a criticism of the political environment, not of TTAG.

    1. avatar Dean Weingarten says:

      Actually, that is exactly what I hope for. Knife rights have been trampled on for far too long. We have started making some incremental changes for the better in Utah, New Hampshire, and Arizona, but we have a long way to go.

      Wonderful idea, and I hope it works as well as TTAG.

    2. avatar SGC says:

      I’m hoping the bring over some anti police articles about knife and hatchet and machete wielding cops who are going all Rambo and violating peoples rights with sporks and such…that would be awesome.

  12. avatar Too close to Chicago says:

    Excited! Very excited, love knives!!

  13. avatar OkieRim says:

    me in, bookmarked and ready to cut..to…the…bone….

  14. avatar miserylovescompany says:

    Because…you can never have too many knives.

    Tom

  15. avatar LongBeach says:

    Cool, tried to log in and was shut down HARD. F-^<) knives. I'll stick to my 45, 12g and 5.56 and read all the cool-ass s$#|t on this site. I've got a couple of 10" blades in the kitchen anyway. If so!t gets that deep so be it.

  16. avatar Derek says:

    Yea, we need to get Dyspeptic Gunsmith on there.

  17. avatar SCS says:

    Bookmarked!

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