Over the years, the names have changed, but now Queen Cutlery operated the business and pocket and hunting knives are still made in the same building.
The knives start from a plate of high carbon stainless steel.
In a process called "blanking out" the steel is cut into blades. Skilled workers take that steel and begin to put the knife together.
This is no easy task. There are over 125 different process that a knife goes through to become a Queen Cutlery knife.
Queen manufactures several different varieties of knives. The handles are made of stag, or bone or wood.
The business puts out 750 knives a month, each one made with pride and made in America
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