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.
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From Our Customers
“K12 in G-10. Really like the knife, lightweight and easy to carry. Good for light duty around the house and farm. The spring clip, made of titanium leaves a bit to be desired though. While I'm sure it saves some weight, it did not retain its shape or "spring", making it necessary to check that the knife has not slipped out of the pocket. I also have found it impossible to remove the torx head screw holding the clip on because the Torx impression is not deep enough to apply enough torque. Changes: Maybe a stainless clip would hold up better and retain its spring.
A small cap head screw would work better than the one used.
Rating: 7/10 ”
“Light'n Bug - Edge needs to be polished more - easy to do.
Remove the clip, extend the thumb button so that the knife can be opened with either right or left hand.
Break the edges of the scales sightly. The butt end edges are too sharp and a fine diamond hone took care of it.
Call it the "June Bug."
Rating: 7/10 ”
“AGLB-CB23ED A.G. Russell Medium Barlow Lockback ebony delrin - I am a big fan of traditional pocket knives, especially the Barlow design. (I currently own a 1995 Cripple Creek two blade Barlow purchased from you.) I am extremely pleased with your take on this traditional design. With slim profile, practical blade shape and pocket clip, this has become my favorite EDC. A modern traditional.
At this price point it would be hard to find any fault with this knife. If pressed, I would like to see one with a little more hand finish, more along the lines of my Cripple Creek, at a premium price of course.
Are you or would you consider making this knife with a Cocobolo or similar type of wood like the original design? I would by a second one if so.
Rating: 10/10 ”