There’s something about a good knife with a sharp blade that can make tasks so much easier. And how many of us are attached to a favorite pocket knife or Leatherman that’s always handy to do everything from open mail to clean a fish? Billings retiree Morris Hall has taken his love of knives much farther than most. He’s collected hundreds of different blades, some with historic significance – like those first used by our Montana-trained World War II special forces – to the unique and unusual – like a Cossack blade.
To see photos of some of Hall’s collection and to learn more about what knives he owns, check out my story at http://bgz.tt/0znkf.