A buddy of mine sent me a link to a recent forum thread today, and it just blew my mind. The topic of the forum thread is Coye Knives, which, if you follow Monderno, you know I’m a fan of. The amount of egregious ignorance contained within the thread is unreal, and is a perfect […]
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If you follow Monderno, you know all about Coye Knives. Owned and operated by custom knife maker Bill Coye out of Tulsa, OK, Coye Knives has become one of the most recognizable custom knife brands, due largely to the success of the Ridgeback, now called the ForeRunner. Today I’m excited to formally announce a limited […]
There aren’t many in existence, in fact, the 105XL is one of the most rare knives that Bill Coye makes. Check this out.
I’m excited to announce RailScales, the new joint venture between Bill Coye of Coye Knives and Derek Shelton of Asset Weapon MFG. We will have a full review coming soon!
Custom knife maker Bill Coye recently made news when he retired the custom version of his wildly popular Ridgeback and replaced it with the ForeRunner™. I now have one and can report that I love the subtle changes.
Coye Knives today announces a new custom fixed blade based on the ever awesome Ridgeback called the ForeRunner™, and we’ve got your first look.
A little over two weeks ago we launched a fundraising giveaway to raise money for Paws and Stripes, a nonprofit organization that provides service dogs for wounded U.S. military veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries. Today I would like to announce the total raised, as well as the winner of the custom […]
A couple weeks ago we teamed up with 2 Vets Arms and Coye Knives to help raise money for a little girl in Oklahoma who is fighting cancer, and today I would like to announce the winner of the fundraiser contest, as well as the total amount raised.
Today I’m happy to announce that the Monderno logo Coye Knives Ridgeback giveaway to raise money for Paws and Stripes is now live.
We recently told you about custom aftermarket sheaths for the production version of the Boker/Coye Ridgeback that were available to purchase through the Coye custom shop. These sheaths are no longer available to purchase directly from Coye Knives, and will from now on be offered instead by Armordillo Concealement, and with a slightly different design.