Spyderco Resilience Folding Knife
Spyderco Knives of Colorado has knives made around the world. They have begun having some of their main series produced in China at very high levels of manufacture quality. This is the latest and it is a full size, liner locking folder that will stand up with some of the better Every Day Carry folding knives produced anywhere. It has a wide blade with a full flat grind. There is a nice curve to the blade- plenty of “belly” and a good grip. The handles are G10 over stainless steel liners and so the construction is solid. This is a really great, full size knife that can be an excellent combat knife, at a bargain price. And, Spyderco Knives stands behind it!
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Mantis Bottleneck Series Bali-Song Style Keychain Knife
Mantis Knives is one of the most exciting new up-and-coming knife companies we deal with… and the Bottleneck is exactly why. This clever little butterfly style folder features a single or double edge blade that is under two inches long, and it is available in you choice of satin or black. The real fun is that it can be used to open a bottle cap, then clipped shut on your key ring, or played with like a bali-song!
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KA-BAR ESEE Becker Eskabar Knife
Ka-Bar has done a great job with the Becker Knife and Tool Products. This latest edition is really special.
Beautiful things happen when great things come together. Just like when peanut butter met jelly or Smith met Wesson, the new Es-Ka-bar is the outcome of the Becker Necker meeting the ESSE (Formerly R.A.T. Cutlery) Izula. Basically, they took the handle from Jeff Randall’s Izula, and paired it with the blade from Ethan Becker’s Necker. This solves a great dilemma for us at the KnifeCenter–as we were so torn between our love for the two models that it was often hard to recommend one over the other. Almost as good as when Oscar met Meyer…
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KA-BAR Becker Magnum Camp Knife 8″ Blade
This Becker Knife and Tool Camp knife from Ka Bar Knives is a world class product. It has all the features one wants for a full size tool. It is a lighter weight knife than many others of its length and so it is easy to use and easy to carry. This knife can work as a combat knife or a hunting knife or even a kitchen knife! If you want just one full size knife, this Magnum Camp knife may be it. You can list all Becker Knife and Tool products, or list all Ka Bar Products or see this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Spyderco Kiwi 3 Pocket Knife Stag Inlays
Spyderco Knives of Golden Colorado has released another in the KIWI series. This one has beautiful stag handles. This a third generation model made in China and so they are non-locking and the price is incredible. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Leatherman MUT Duty-Specific Multi-Tools
Leatherman Tools does it again:
This is one dog that will hunt… and soldier, and police! This is the first multi-tool to be built ground-up to address the needs and safety of the tactical/shooter community. And, who would you want other than Leatherman to build such a tool? They build it well, with a number of variations, and they build it here in the US. We all know that a MUT brings together the best of different breeds and will always be a trusted and loyal friend, even in the most difficult of times.
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Zero Tolerance Assisted TigerStripe Blade
Tiger striping is very cool. These models are based on Ken Onion and Strider designs and are big, honkin’ folding knives. The tiger striping makes them look very cool.
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Zero Tolerance describes them as:
Zero Tolerance Knives Combat Folder. 5 1/8″ closed framelock. 4″ S30V stainless standard edge tiger stripe blade . Blade features Speed-Safe assisted opening and can be deployed one-handed with the dual thumb studs or index finger protrusion. Sure-grip handles are a combination of 3-D machined G-10 and titanium. Made in USA.
Zero Tolerance designs their knives with a no-nonsense attitude. These are knives that are meant for heavy duty use in combat situations. The Model 0160 is no exception. The full flat tang ensures stability and power, reflected in the heft of the knife. The blade, on the other hand, will hardly reflect anything at all, because of the Tungsten DLC coating. The thick spine reinforces the knife’s power, while the sleek shape boosts the agility. The sheath utilizes a positive holding system that holds the knife well, but it also includes a snap strap for extra security.
As an American made item, you know that the materials are high quality as well, with premium Sandvik 14C28N steel for the blade, and grippy 3D machined G-10 scales.
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The Gerber Command II was a well received combat knife first manufactured in 1981. With a design based on the Mark II, the Command II featured a single edge as opposed to the Mark II‘s double edge, and serrations only at the tip of the unsharpened edge. This allowed the Command II to get around laws against double edged knives, which prohibited the Mark II.
To celebrate the upcoming anniversary of this popular knife, Gerber has chosen to issue a 30th anniversary version of the Command II made with S30V steel. The knife comes with a leather sheath, a wooden display case, and a certificate of authenticity. This is a limited edition knife, with only 1500 being made, so get yours today!
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Russ Kommer is a hunting guide in Alaska, and his designs reflect the hard-use conditions of his home state. The new Timberline Bush Guide Hatchet and Skinner set features thick spines, and wear resistant materials. These are tools that could be taken out into the frozen Alaskan wilderness on a hunting trip, used to field dress the kill, and then taken back out the next week for camping in the deserts of Arizona. The hatchet can be used for cleaving bones or chopping firewood. The skinning knife could be used for skinning an elk, or slicing a steak for dinner.
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