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William Henry ICON

Discussion in 'Blade Discussion Forum Archive' started by NAN, Apr 17, 2001.

  1. NAN


    Mar 29, 1999
    I just got the most recent Tactical Knife magazine, and I found the article on the William Henry knives very interesting. Especially by the new Icon series. So I was wondering if anybody that knows of any Internet sites that are carrying the William Henry Icon.

    THANK YOU!!!



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  2. KnifeArt


    Oct 13, 1998
  3. Ryan Meyering

    Ryan Meyering

    May 4, 1999
    Try knifeart.com.

    I'm curious to see how people react to a $400 - $500 factory knife. Personally, I just don't see how a William Henry can be as expensive as a Kit Carson custom, but it's likely that there's a lot I don't know about this knife, so maybe someone can enlighten me. [​IMG]


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  4. Paul Davidson

    Paul Davidson

    Apr 3, 1999
    I would hardly call William Henry Knives "factory knives". That brings to mind visions of assembly lines, CNC machines, blade grinders, etc. WHKs are probably made on a line of sorts, and I'm sure machinery is involved, but there is a huge difference between what they are doing, on a benchmade level, and what Buck, Gerber, CRKT, et al. are doing. The fit and finish on William Henry knives are better than many customs out there.

    Just my .02.


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