The Cheese Knife Series
Plastic handles combine with the textured surface on the plastic blades to make this series able to cut through soft cheese or similar material while not having the material stick to the blade. They work well!
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Kershaw Barrage and Zing with Damascus Blades
Kershaw released some beauties that are American made and sell at great prices. One model, the Barrage, is brand new and the first one we received is with a Damascus steel blade. It is a flipper opener -and, although not assisted, it is “blur-like.” The other is one of the new ZING models but has the same Damascus steel blade. We like these very much and will have plenty of stock next week.
Kyocera Advanced Ceramics Ceramic Adjustable Grinder
Kyocera has a lot of great ideas. Using a ceramic mechanism for a pepper mill is absolutely one of them./ Having metal workings has never particularly appealed to me, although I considered it a necessity. The ceramic is harder than steel and works cleaner and will absolutely leave less residue on anything you grind. These are also very reasonably priced.
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RAT Cutlery DPx HEST Knife 3-1/8″ Carbon Steel Blade, Removable Micarta Slabs
The latest and greatest from RATKNIVES is the knife designed by world traveler and adventurer Robert Young Pelton. With this knife you see imagine yourself traipsing through the jungles of Central America where your name strikes fear in the hearts of the absolutely illiterate natives who somehow know your reputation. This knife can save your life as you climb the Hindu Kush Mountains of Afghanistan and the Taliban tremble at the sight of you. Indeed Robert Young Pelton’s legacy will help tame the fiercest of fighters who may mean you harm.
OK, maybe that’s a little over the top- but Robert Young Pelton’s personally designed knife could come in handy.
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Columbia River Hisshou 13″ YK-30 High-Carbon, High Satin Finished Tanto Blade
Columbia River Knife and Tool has created a veritable sword in this new combat knife- the Hisshou. It’s a thing of beauty. Columbia River Knife and Tool really is one of the most creative companies in our industry and this item really shows that.
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United Cutlery Heroes Sword of Hiro Letter Opener – 0nly $12.95
Some of us liked the Heroes TV show– at least the first season. This is a great, miniature version of the sword. You can see them at: www.knifecenter.com
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Kershaw Knives Half Ton Folding Knife
Kershaw Knives produces some great knives at all price levels. This Half Ton model is at the very lowest of those and we are selling it for $14.95! It is a real Kershaw design and is very well made. The wide blade allows a lot of work to be done. These are great items and can be found at: www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Todd Begg Mach 2 Knife Fixed Blade
Boker Knives introduces the second in the series of fixed blades designed by Todd Begg. The Boker Kiridashi was a big hit and this Mach 2 promises to be as well. It feels great. The innovative style is a single piece of 440c stainless steel that is fitted with a piece of desert ironwood right where the handle fits into your palm. There is a slot in the steel above the wood which may lighten the knife up. The blade shape is a very popular one with a wide “knob” like end. These are made in Germany by Boker Knives.
They can be seen at: www.knifecenter.com
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Cold Steel Extra Large Espada VII 7.5″ Blade with Aluminum and G10 Handle Scales
This is a BIG knife from Cold Steel knives. The Big Espada features a 7.5″ blade, but this folding knife feels like a sword or carnival item, it is soo large. It’s a monster. You can see them at: www.knifecenter.com
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