Boker Plus Batman Folding Knife
Boker has come up with another very cool knife. A variation on the karambit or hook blade, this liner locking folder has 4 distinct curves in the edge. The effect is like a bat wing- hence the name Batman Knife. This is a great folder.
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Benchmade Nimravis Cub 3.5″ S30V Blade, Amboina Wood Inlay Handles
Benchmade Knives has shipped their Nimravus Cub, which is generally a combat knife, as a beautiful, limited edition, elegant sheath knife. This knife is really attractive with Aluminum Bronze bolsters and top quality wood handles.
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Spyderco Gayle Bradley 3-7/16″ CPM-M4 Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles
This is a very hefty, well designed folding knife. The liners are thick on both sides of the handle. The blade material is top notch CPM-M4 carbon steel – not stainless. This is a tool steel that has over 6 times the wear resistance of D-2 steel at the same hardness. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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New Kershaw Blurs- Including ZDP model
Kershaw Knives has released plenty of their BLUR models through the years. They have been released with a myriad of blade steels and handle colors and we love the fact that our customers have such a great variety to choose from. They have finally released a ZDP-189 steel blade model and it’s great. The BLUR ZDP has a dark brown handle and the blade is a composite and so there is a jigsaw puzzle-like line where the softer steel meets the super hard ZDP. The BLUR handles have a rubbery insert for better traction in wet environments.
The orange handle model features 154CM stainless steel which is also a premium material. The orange color is also distinctive.
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Boker Plus Exskelibur Folding Knives
These are really cool, lightweight folders from Boker Plus designed by Mike Skellern, from South Africa. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Made in China, but they seem really well made. They both fly open with minimal effort and the large one has an extension of the base of the blade that acts as a flipper of sorts. They have thin G10 handles wirth a titanium liner on the locking side. The large model has a smooth handle and the blade is wide and almost fully hollow ground- a really useful configuration.
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Darrel Ralph MAXQ MIA II-Assisted Opening Pocketknives Handmade in the USA
Darrel Ralph is about our favorite knife designer. The knives have great style. These MAXQ knives are the Mid-tech version of the others we sell, but they really shine. The fit and finish are perfect and the materials are first rate.
You can see them at: www.knifecenter.com
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Columbia River Carson M4-02LTD Limited Edition
This Columbia River Knife and Tool item is really special. It is their 15th anniversary release and has white bone handles and G10 bolsters. The wood presentation box is extremely nice. Grab one at www.knifecenter.com while you can
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Tool Logic SL Plier Multi-Tool, 3″ Combo Blade
Tool Logic makes great products. They offer lights and several credit card size tools. This new pliers/knife combination is really pretty awesome. It has some of the best features we have seen on the market. It doesn’t come as cheap as some of their other products, but it is feature rich.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Columbia River Ken Onion Ripple Series of Folding Knives
Columbia River Knife and Tool introduces the Ken Onion Ripple series of folding pocketknives.
Columbia River Ripple Series is designed by Ken Onion. This is the first production knife we have seen designed by Ken Onion that is not made by Kershaw. It is also, and more significantly, the first production knife series utilizing the amazing IKBS system of opening – these are not assisted openers. This system utilizes ball bearings in the pivot area and allows for super smooth and fast opening. These knives are AMAZING! You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
This is our favorite series since the Leek from Kershaw– also designed by Ken.
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