Welcome to A.G. Russell Knives
Welcome to A.G. Russell Knives! My name is A.G. Russell III, and I founded this company over 50 years ago. My wife Goldie is the president of this company, and together the both of us are deeply involved in the knife community in the U.S.A.
Our goal is to provide you with quality knives for a reasonable price. And I mean quality. All our knives are inspected right here at our headquarters in Rogers, Arkansas. Our brands are A.G. Russell, Cattaraugus, A.G. Russell Shopmade Morseth, as well as our newest brand, the War Eagle Blades.
A Great Guarantee
Our promise to you is satisfaction guaranteed. If you aren’t satisfied, send it back. We will replace it, exchange it, or, if necessary, refund it. We’ll be honest with you, and we appreciate customers who are honest with us.
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From Our Customers
“I got the Ti-Fist. I have modified mine a little bit. I wanted to be able to pierce better if needed. It's an excellent knife made with good materials. Best regards from France. ”
“One hand opening folder. Stainless steel handle. I've inherited it from my father years ago, and your catalog does not seem to have a specific model number. It's only described as one handed folder (K87).
It's a great knife of great design, and a nice sleek fit. The only problem I've had with it, is that it's flat stainless steel handles have let it slip out of my pocket a few times unintentionally. But in slipping out of my pocket, I have an example of how well made the knife is and how good the quality of materials are. I lost the knife one time in the laundry, and there was also a magnet that fell out of my pocket too. In the washing machine drum, the knife was held by the magnet on the inner edge for one entire year, being washed load after load after load. I thought I had lost it forever. Then one day in repairing the washing machine, I found the knife attached to the magnet on the inside lip where I couldn't see it. A Year's worth of washing, left no mark, or rust, or anything to damage the knife. All it needed was a little oil and it's the same as before. I think my father bought it maybe, 30 years ago. It just goes to show, there's nothing like American made quality. ”
“I got the Stone river ceramic blade and sandalwood scales, SRG-AG2SW. When received, the very tip of the blade, only half a millimeter or less, had already chipped off. I more or less expected this to happen soon, just not that soon. However, the blade, new, isn't even as sharp as the cheapest steel blade I ever bought. The old Swiss Army knife blade that I sharpen on the back of my dinner plate performs better. That's a poor recommendation for the offered professional sharpening service. Finally, there's a shallow gouge in one of the scales that eluded polishing. (See the photo.) I've purchased a "cosmetic second" from you folks that's not as bad, considering that that one will probably be easier to touch up. I'm rating this knife as high as "fair" only because I like its design, and I still think I can correct the blade. I might be wrong. I would consider dropping this manufacturer.
Rating: 5/10 ”