Custom Knife Supply Links
Your "source" for knifemaking supplies, leather crafting, gunsmithing
tools, polishing and finishing supplies, engraving tools, abrasives and bluing
If you are in the market for Abrasives, Buffers, Grinders, Handle material, Stainless
Steel, Damascus, or just about anything to do with grinding... You have come to
the right place. Tru-Grit takes great pride in being on the leading edge of abrasive
Technology. We are constantly searching for products that not only saves you time
and money, but can also help you produce a superior product. We carry all the
major brands of Abrasives: HERMES, NORTON, KLINGSPOR, 3M, JET and STANDARD ABRASIVES.
We have access to companies that can get any size or special order belts.
Casting Supply LLC
Featuring Supplies for the Small Commercial Foundry
and Home Hobby Foundry
Welcome to Hallís Arkansas Oilstones, Inc. The oldest
family owned Incorporation and manufacturer of Arkansas stones. Knife Sharpening
stones has been our business for over thirty years. Our company has been one of
the major suppliers of sharpening stones for some of the largest knife makers
of pocket knives, hunting knives, kitchen knives, knife sharpeners, and tool sharpening
devices. The Arkansas sharpening stone is the best honing stone on the market
for sharpening all your knives. Hallís is the only Arkansas sharpening stone company
that can say that the majority of our stones are quarried on government land and
that we are government controlled.
ground O1,A2, D2,S7
Custom Knife Makers! > We have the high quality tool
steel for all your knife projects.
Welcome to www.alphaknifesupply.com. AKS is a family owned
and run business. Everyone in the family is an avid knife collector. The business
started as a way to support our knife collecting habit. In 1999 we sold titanium
to some of our knifemaker friends. The friends suggested that we sell to other
knifemakers. As time passed knifemakers asked if we had other supplies. As a result,
we slowly branched out into other materials. Chuck quit his job in 2003 and Brenda
quit her job teaching in 2004. We love working with knifemakers. If there is anything
we can do to help you, let us know.