Carson M-4 Assisted Openers – All Models Available!

Carson M04 three handles available
Carson M-4 Assisted Opening Pocket Knives – All Models Available
We are proud to announce that Columbia River Knife and Tool has delivered to us the great Carson Designed M-4 assisted opening pocketknife with all three handles. We now have this great folding pocketknife in Stag, Wood and White Bone.
Kit Carson is a remarkable custom knife maker who has some of the world’s greatest pocketknife designs to his credit. The Columbia River Knife and Tool M-16 folding combat knife is one of the best selling knives of all time. Columbia River has also released the M-04 series and we think it is more of the gentleman’s folding knife than the M-16, but they are all well designed and well made.

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The Classic Spyderco Delica Pocketknives, Flat Ground with Pink Handles

The Classic Spyderco Delica Pocketknives Flat Ground with Pink Handles
The Classic Spyderco Delica Pocketknives, Flat Ground with Pink Handles

It was only a matter of time… once Spyderco brought out a range of colors for the Delica with flat ground blades, we knew pink was coming soon enough. Well, that time is now. The Delica with a flat ground blade may be the best Every Day Carry made-in our humble opinion. Having it in pink makes it a great choice for the fairer sex-or as I have always maintained, a great choice for a guy who doesn’t want his friends stealing his knife

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New and Improved Mantis Folding Karambit

New and Improved Mantis Folding Karambit Pocket Knife
New and Improved Mantis Folding Karambit

Whatever Mantis decides to try their hand at making, they end up making the coolest version on the market. Their latest folding Karambit was built with input from their fans-the Mantis Militia-and is remarkably simple and versatile. It is also very well made without being too expensive. If you are looking for an EDC Karambit, look no further than Mantis!

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New Knives from Down Under

Down Under Knives You Call That a Knife These Are Knives
Down Under Knives – You Call That a Knife?

Number 1 on the “KnifeCenter least favorite knife-themed comments list” is the venerable favorite that’s not a knife, this is a knife. Thus, it is with much groaning that I proclaim that this is a knife. Technically, these are knives would be more appropriate, since there are two models and one is a combo, but I digress. Bottom line, Down Under Knives is making some very cool, very well built product, at a very reasonable price.

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New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Pocketknife

New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Folding Knife Pocketknife
New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Pocketknife

The new Zero Tolerance 0700 is a very tip heavy tanto blade, and we like it! The handles are thin but comfortable to grab in both forward and reverse grip. The blade is S30V, the scales are G10, nothing is second rate. Although not as heavy as some other Zero Tolerance models, it does not compromise blade strength. If you need an under 5 inch tactical folder with a strong, aggressive blade, this is the knife you want.

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Wusthof Carving Knives, Just in Time for Thanksgiving

Wusthof Carving Kitchen Knives, Just in Time for Thanksgiving
Wusthof Carving Knives, Just in Time for Thanksgiving

This is our first Christmas as authorized retailers for Wusthof Cutlery kitchen knives… and we couldn’t be more excited. Wusthof is the finest line of traditional German kitchen knives available. So, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, we thought you should know about these great super specials on Wusthof carving knives!

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New Ceramic Pocket Knives from Benchmark

New Ceramic Pocket Knives from Benchmark
New Ceramic Pocket Knives from Benchmark

Benchmark Knives is an old name in our industry… it was where most of us first encountered Blackie Collins and his amazing innovations to man’s oldest tool. The latest incarnation of Benchmark Knives stays true to that innovation by offering a ceramic material blade in a sleek aluminum handle, all at a truly affordable price. This is a gentleman’s knife that has 10 times the edge holding capacity of a traditional metal blade-and it weighs less!

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New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife

New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife
New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife

Everyone should have at least one ceramic knife in their kitchen, as they are your best bet for everyday cutting chores. Ceramic knives will never corrode, they can go in the dishwasher, and they stay sharp 10 times longer than a metal blade. You shouldn’t torque them, or cut anything that might chip the edge… but if you can slice it, you’ll love doing it with a ceramic blade!

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New Designs from the Unique Mind of Dirk Pinkerton

New Designs from the Unique Mind of Dirk Pinkerton
New Designs from the Unique Mind of Dirk Pinkerton

The Dirk Pinkerton series from Meyerco contains some of the most refreshing and unique designs we have seen all year. The knives are fun, functional, and affordable. Whether you are looking for a small concealable neck knife for defense or a larger neck knife for utility purposes, the Pinkerton range has a knife to suit your needs.

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Introducing the Columbia River Delegate

Columbia River Delegate Pocketknife
Introducing the Columbia River Delegate

Usually, assisted opening knives go for the cool tactical look. They are designed to snap open and scare away any potential attackers. But the same design also scares the average civilian. The Delegate from Columbia River is an assisted knife that won’t scare the neighbors, or the maître d’ at that nice French restaurant you like to go to. The sleek and simple design when closed is attractive, and the drop point blade is utilitarian and non-threatening. The handles feature either cocobolo wood scales for the black blade model, or white bone scales for the satin blade model, which really add to the classy quality that this knife has going for it.

However, the Delegate isn’t just about looks. Despite its non-threatening appearance, the blade is razor sharp, and the assisted open action snaps the blade open with authority.

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