“I kind of have a liking for daggers, and they are more of a killing apparatus, however they work real well for olives out of a jar.”
J.R. Cook of Nashville, Arkansas, was making knives for almost 30 years. His work includes regular lines with names such as “Arkansas Razorback” and “Tuxedo Bowie,” along with customized functions. He received his Masters score using the American Bladesmith Society in 1991 and has since remained dedicated to the craft through the creation of camp knives big knives and hunting knives. His work was featured in just about any knife-related book in the U.S. as well as many international publications.