RMJ Fireside Chat is a place where Ryan M Johnson of RMJ USA discusses various subjects that revolve around tomahawks. The podcasts will discuss designs, uses, history and numerous other subjects that entail the knife and tomahawk industry. In addition to these subjects, suggested reading will be shared as well as some history regarding Chattanooga, TN and other places that have made in impact in some way or another. We will have guests on the show from time to time as well.
Episode 8 – Ryan sits down with Aldo Bruno of New Jersey Steel Baron
Episode 7 – Some history behind the names of our hawks and a couple great book recommendations as well!
Here is a link to buy Jess Beasley’s book “Little Birder”, https://www.etsy.com/listing/646685965/little-birder-a-field-guide-to-birds-of
Episode 6 – Speaking with Jason Knight
We had the pleasure of having Jason Knight visit the shop and were able to have him on our show. We’re sure many of you are familiar with him from the popular History Channel show, Forged in Fire. If you have not had a chance to look at some of his creations, you really owe...
Episode 5 – with guests Rob Orlando and Andrew Bawidamann
In this episode, Ryan sits down with our very own Rob Orlando as well as fellow knifemaker and friend, Andrew Bawidamann. For those of you not familiar with Bawidamann knives, it is comprised of brothers Ben and Andrew Bawidamann. They also have a collaboration hawk with RMJ Tactical and create some all around cool gear...
Episode 4 – Answering your questions
In our fourth episode, Ryan answers a few questions that our customer asked. He discusses the history behind the UCAP and a couple other models. Another great question we had is regarding the reasoning and choices of steel. As usual, there are some entertaining stories thrown in the mix.
Episode 3 – Lighter story and more
Ryan opens up this podcast with a story about lighters that started from a post in his RMJ Gold Point Forge Facebook group page which can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1863803767192612/ . He also shares some history about Chattanooga and events that transpired in the past with the local Native Americans. There is always something fun to...