Steel and Fire is the official publication of the Georgia Custom Knifemakers’ Guild. It is compiled and published in four issues annually. Compiled, published, and distributed by The Georgia Custom Knifemakers’ Guild.
Steel & Fire is copyrighted in its entirety by the Georgia Custom Knifemakers’ Guild. Permission to quote small noncontiguous passages is freely given as long as appropriate citations are used. Permis-sion to reprint, in whole or in part, must be request-ed from the Guild. Contact the editor.
Knife making and related endeavors are inherently dangerous crafts or occupations. The material con-tained in this newsletter is for information only, and is not intended to provide instruction. Therefore, the Georgia Custom Knifemakers’ Guild, its offic-ers and editors specifically disclaim any and all re-sponsibility for damage or injury that may occur as a result of the use of any information that is con-tained in this newsletter.
Advertising Policy: The GCKG accepts no paid advertising as a matter of policy. From time to time, advertisements may appear that are deemed by the officers to be in the best interest of the Guild. Space for advertisement is offered free to Guild members who wish to promote a service or offer specific items for sale. The officers and editor reserve the right to edit advertisements for brevity.