More information for the third annual Lone Star Knife Expo which will be held on April 12 & 13, 2014, at Dallas Market Hall in Dallas, Texas.

The third annual Lone Star Knife Expo will be held on April 12 & 13, 2014, at Dallas Market Hall in Dallas, Texas.  This show will be held in conjunction with the Dallas Arms Collectors Association show as THE TEXAS MEGA SHOW.  This has enabled us to keep the cost of table spaces at the low show rate of $75 and will insure a much larger attendance. 

  • The “knife show” part of this event will be in a separate area (North Hall) from the “arms show.”
  • If you want your table space next to someone else, let us know immediately.
  • There is a $75 charge for electricity.  If needed, let us know with your registration. 
  • 24/7 armed security will be provided from 8:00 a.m., Friday, April 11, 2014 until 8:00 p.m., Sunday, April 13, 2014. 
  • You will be provided with an 8’ table and 2 chairs. 
  • 2 badges per table space.  Additional badges may be purchased for $25.00 each.
  • Show hours:  Saturday 9 – 5; Sunday 9 – 4.

Download the Lone Star Knife Expo registration here.  Your check and Registration Form must be received by February 1, 2014. Your table space will not be confirmed until the show fee and completed registration form are received.  If, for any reason, you are unable to download the attached file, send us your mailing address and we will send you a copy by snail mail.

 Rooms are available at the “Gun & Knife Show” rate at the Renaissance Dallas Hotel (Marriott), 2222 North Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX  75207; (214.631.2222).  There is a  Holiday Inn nearby at 4500 Harry Hines Blvd. (800.315.2621).

 Visit our website at www.lonestarknifeexpo.com, as well as www.dallasarms.com, for additional information.

Lone Star Knife Expo

Jerry Moen – Knifemaker

Jerry Moen - 2009 Knifemakers Guild photo

Jerry Moen – 2009 Knifemakers Guild photo

Growing up in Texas I’ve been an avid collector of handmade knives for most of my life.  Early on I’d recognized the creativity and ingenuity that goes into making custom knives and I’ve always admired both the art and function that they represent.   Retiring from the oil and gas industry I decided to make knives of my own design and consequently the pleasure of meeting collectors nationally and internationally.

My shop for making handmade custom knives is in Dallas, Texas. I’ve been very fortunate to build a terrific clientele in the short number of years I’ve been in this profession.  My theory is really quite simple; make it unique and artistic, yet at the same time it needs to be functional and well balanced. Using only the finest steels and handle materials, I never compromise on quality. All knives are made with tapered tang’s.

Thanks to my many friends within the industry that have helped mentor me with their support and patient guidance. I’ve been fortunate and thankful to gain national recognition for my work but it only motivates me towards that next out-of-the-ballpark knife.

Every piece that I produce comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Seeing joy in the face of a client is my greatest accomplishment.

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Rio Grand Hunter

Great looking knife!

Cactus Custom Knives

Rio Grand HunterRio Grand HunterThis “Rio Grand” hunter is a large drop point made from CTS-XHP powdered metallurgy steel. The Cape Buffalo horn is surrounded by engraved stainless bolsters. The blade is 4 1/2″ and is 9 3/4″ overall.

Wikipedia offers this…>CTS-XHP is a powder metallurgy, air-hardening, high carbon, high chromium, corrosion-resistant alloy. It can be considered either a high hardness 440C stainless steel or a corrosion-resistant D2 tool steel.

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Scrimshaw by Linda Karst Stone | Engraving by Kevin Elkins

Scrimshaw

Scrimshaw by Linda Karst Stone

Steel: CPM 154

Handle material: pre-banned Elephant Ivory

Bolsters: 416 stainless steel

Scrimshaw: Linda Karst Stone – Linda had also done years earlier the Texas Sesquicentennial Wagon Train edition S&W 44/40 revolver shown in picture.

Engraving: Kevin Elkins

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