Arkansas Toothpick Knife

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Stephen Mantzouris talks about the #12 Randall Stag Bowie knife and the #13 Arkansas Toothpick Knife

September 16, 2016

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Bonfire At Yellowgate

In one hand was a knife of the variety known as the Arkansas Toothpick, in the other a stick of wood being converted to tinder. On either side of his chair rested a spittoon and a bottle of Evan Williams. I took the scene in for a few moments ...

theava.com August 17, 2016

Is That a Switchblade in Your Pocket?

A knife is not simply a cutting instrument. There are dozens of types of knives, from Arkansas toothpicks to X-Actos. Keeping track of them all and their legality is not easy since knives are regulated by a jumble of federal, state, and local laws ...

www.motherjones.com December 10, 2012

A history of our right to bear arms

In 1840, the Tennessee Supreme Court upheld a law banning concealed weapons like the Bowie knife or “Arkansas toothpick,” noting the fundamental purpose of the Second Amendment was militia service for the common defense. The Court argued that, ...

www.thegazette.com June 17, 2016

The Slave-State Origins of Modern Gun Rights

Gun-rights advocates have waged a relentless battle to gut what remains of America's lax and inadequate gun regulations. In the name of the Second Amendment, they are challenging the constitutionality of state and municipal “may issue” regulations that ...

www.theatlantic.com September 30, 2015

Here's how America armed itself long before guns became a political issue

“All the steel in the country was immediately converted into bowie-knives,” remembered one 1837 newspaper. About the same time, “Arkansas knives” came to be referred to in newspapers and advertisements, later to become “Arkansas toothpicks....

www.washingtonpost.com September 23, 2014

Freddie Gray death: Should it really be illegal to carry a knife in the city? (+video)

To be sure, Americans have long feared and banned blades, starting with a public backlash against Bowie and Arkansas toothpick knives in the mid-1800s. More recently, in Manhattan, District Attorney Cyrus Vance took on major retailers for sales of ...

www.csmonitor.com April 22, 2015

'Knives and the Second Amendment' Legal Article Published

Arkansas Toothpicks The article provides an explanation of various types of knives, of criminological evidence regarding knives, and of the 19th century panic and case law about Bowie Knives and Arkansas Toothpicks. KnifeRights.org. Gilbert, AZ ...

www.ammoland.com December 6, 2013

Articles

RBR Tailgating: Cod with Sage and Prosciutto

BenMSYS January 1, 1970

“Wooooooooo (this should apparently last six seconds), pig. Wooooooooo (tic, tic, tic, tic, tic, tic), pig. Wooooooooo (tedium), pig. That is the cheer of the University of Arkansas, this week’s opponent. It looks like the fans are encouraging… who. “Come woo me, woo me, for I am in a holiday humour and like enough to consent. ” I’ve read As You Like It. I like pork as much as the next guy. Pork chops, bacon, loin, any manner of cured bits or spicy sausages, the whole hog. The talking heads have and will continue to harp on the rigors of an SEC season and how three games in a row against teams capable and in the running to claim an Atlanta birth might be too much for any team, even our beloved Tide. They have and will talk of the need for depth while wringing their hands, Erik-like, over the lack of experience behind our starting defensive backs. What you will not hear from the talking heads is how all three of our remaining pre-bye opponents have elevated degeneracy of one degree or another to communal catharsis with their bizarre in-stadium antics. Texas A&M’s “Yell Leader” encourage fans with a variety of signals. Once the crowd has recognized the signal and stands ready to respond, the yell leader sets off the action with the command sign known as “Hump It. ” There are apparently a whole caste system of cheers and hand motions.

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World's Largest Bowie Knife - Bowie, TX - Roadside Attractions on Waymarking.com

Of course, Bowie, TX bears the name of Jim Bowie, and this knife complements the city, a taller-than-life version of Bowie's own "Arkansas Toothpick." It stands about 25 feet high, weighing 3,000 pounds, composed of stainless steel, brass, and wood ...

www.waymarking.com August 4, 2016

World's Largest Bowie Knife - Bowie, TX - Ginormous Everyday Objects on Waymarking.com

Of course, Bowie, TX bears the name of Jim Bowie, and this knife complements the city, a taller-than-life version of Bowie's own "Arkansas Toothpick." It stands about 25 feet high, weighing 3,000 pounds, composed of stainless steel, brass, and wood ...

www.waymarking.com August 4, 2016

Gil Hibben Old West Toothpick Bowie Knife and Leather Sheath

and that relationship continued when Stallone commissioned Gil to make several knives to use in his new film, The Expendables. One of those was a never-before-produced, custom-designed Old West Toothpick that offers a classic 11-7/8" Arkansas toothpick ...

www.budk.com June 5, 2016

Down Under Toothpick

Nothing says it better than James Black's ageless Arkansas toothpick designs - knives with unparalleled reach and potential, while sacrificing nothing in speed, utility and precision. Down Under took the basic concept and gave it their trademark touch of ...

www.heinnie.com March 30, 2016

United Cutlery GH5019D Gil Hibben Old West Toothpick Damascuc Edition with Sheath

This Damascus edition offers a classic Arkansas toothpick style 1,248 layer Damascus steel blade with a solid brass back. Grasp this hefty knife by the classic hardwood handle and you can't help but feel the power of its construction. Includes a classic ...

www.amazon.ca January 20, 2016

Randall Made Arkansas Toothpick Knife 13-12 Curved Hilt For Sale - New and Used

You are offerding on a Randall model 13 Arkansas Toothpick with a 12" blade, forward curved brass guard, stacked leather commando-style handle, and brass butt plate secured to the threaded end of the tang with a brass nut. This knife has never been ...

www.petpeoplesplace.com January 10, 2016

A FEW WEAPONS OF DEATH

Never underestimate man’s ability and ingenuity in developing methods to kill ourselves. It is something that we collectively seem to be particularly good at. We want something that someone else has, so we go to war to get it. Here are a few ways to meet ...

www.oddman.ca August 1, 2015

Books

Weapons of the Confederate States

University-Press.org.2013.ISBN: 1230598057,9781230598055.30 pages.

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles...

The Toothpick

Vintage.2008.ISBN: 0307492001,9780307492005.464 pages.

A celebration culture and technology, as seen through the history of the...

Popular Mechanics

1978.220 pages.

Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them...

Concealed Weapon Laws of the Early Republic

Greenwood Publishing Group.1999.ISBN: 0275966151,9780275966157.180 pages.

Cramer's work examines the motivations and legislative history behind the...

Reviews

Master bladesmiths revive art of knifemaking

thecabin.net January 1, 1970

WASHINGTON -- Fingers of green smoke encircle the highest rafters as Jim Batson, soaked in sweat, pounds hot steel. His hammer strikes his anvil, reverberating through air acrid with sulfur and laden with the heat of a 3,000-degree fire.This is not easy work, forging metal in an inhospitable environment. But the results are well worth it: a strong, beautiful blade -- a knife made with skills two millennia old."You get out here and you see how strong you are," says the muscle bound master...

The Splendid Splinter

www.washingtonpost.com January 1, 1970

By Henry PetroskiKnopf. 443 pp. $27.95 A satirist once described a fictitious journal, titled "History's Splendid Splinter," which was devoted to scholarly essays on the wooden toothpick's "role in social history, patterns of forestry, and the evolving technology of toothpick manufacture." Henry Petroski, who quotes this dig at minutiae-obsessed pedants, gets the joke but refutes it, insisting that even the most insignificant objects can reward our close attention with new revelations. In...

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