Spyderco Delica and Endura with Bright Orange Handles

Spyderco Delica and Endura with Bright Orange Handles
Spyderco Delica and Endura with Bright Orange Handles
Spyderco Knives has offered these flat ground blade Endura and Delica models for a while, but these are the first with the vivid orange handles. Why have it orange? So you don’t lose them! The most common way of losing a pocketknife is to use and and then set it down (rule #1- don’t do that! put it back in your pocket!) With this bright color, you are more likely to see it in the corner of your eye before you leave it where you used it. This color is so bright, you will always know where it is. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Case Melon Testers

Case Melon Testers

Newly updated from Case, it’s their awesome Melon Tester line! Their long, slender stainless steel blades were originally designed for gauging the ripeness of produce-hence, Melon Tester! ¬†However, these knives aren’t just for coring¬†cantaloupes; they have also proven themselves admirably as steak knives, too! Available in a variety of edge configurations and handle styles, whether you’re cutting into a sirloin or a watermelon, this is the knife for you! Take a look at www.knifecenter.com!

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Kershaw RJ Series of Assisted Openers

Kershaw RJ Series of Assisted Openers
Kershaw RJ Series of Assisted Openers
Amazing series of Speedsafe assisted openers designed by the great custom knifemaker RJ Martin. These work great and have a nicely streamlined handle. The blade shape is remarkable because it’s a tanto style but still has some belly on it which makes it more useful. You can see the series at www.knifecenter.com
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Case Tony Bose Coffin Jack Series

Case Tony Bose Chestnut Bone Coffin Jack
Case Tony Bose Chestnut Bone Coffin Jack
Case Knives has featured Tony Bose collaborations for years. This new series have are a ‘coffin jack” style with a distinctive shape to the handle and two blades. So far, the chestnut color bone handle model has arrived. They are limited to 300 pieces worldwide and very collectible. You can see this new series at www.knifecenter.com and the chestnut bone model here
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Spyderco Native5 Folding Knife with G10 Handles S35VN Steel

Spyderco Native5 Folding Knife with G10 Handles S35VN Steel
Spyderco Native5 Folding Knife with G10 Handles S35VN Steel
Spyderco Knives has offered a Native model for many years and many consider this style to be the best medium size folder available. This new Native model has all the bells and whistles with G10 handles on top of stainless steel liners. Plus, it sports a highly polished steel belt clip. The blade is made of super high quality S35VN stainless steel. It’s a lockback and so the lockup is very sturdy and this also keeps the weight for the knife down to a minimum. All in all, this is a lightweight, medium folder with the top quality materials. It’s also entirely made in the USA by Spyderco Knives.
You can see this new model at www.knifecenter.com
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Gil Hibben Hibben Sub Hilt Assault Bowie

Gil Hibben Sub Hilt Assault Bowie
Gil Hibben Hibben Sub Hilt Assault Bowie
This is a great sub-hilt combat knife from United Cutlery and designed by the infamous Gil Hibben. It has a Micarta handle that really fits your hand nicely- at least it fits mine which is a medium size. The price is exceptional especially when you compare it to the Cold Steel Black Bear model, although that one is of a much finer quality, made in Japan with San Mai steel. The look is similar, but the similarity doesn’t extend much further. Smith and Wesson came out with a monster subhilt recently that even has this one beat on price, although it doesn’t have Gil Hibben‘s sense of design. This Gil Hibben one is affordable and has a nice, leather sheath included. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Spyderco UK Penknives with Combo Blades

Spyderco UK Penknives with Combo Blades
Spyderco UK Penknives with Combo Blades
UK Penknives have been a great addition to the Spyderco Knives lineup ever since they introduced them. These are medium sized folding pocketknives with no lock so that they can be legally carried in those countries (like the UK) that forbid locking folding knives. These new ones are the first we have seen that have a black handle and combination blade configuration: the cutting edge is partially serrated. This is a configuration that is preferred by many knife wielding customers of the KnifeCenter and we’re sure they will appreciate this option of the low cost UK penknife series. You can see these new black partially serrated versions at www.knifecenter.com
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Benchmade A1 230 Paul Axial Gent’s Knife G-10 and White Micarta Handle

Benchmade A1 230 Paul Axial Gent's Knife G-10 and White Micarta Handle
Benchmade A1 230 Paul Axial Gent’s Knife G-10 and White Micarta Handle
Benchmade Knives took over the Lonewolf Knife company and, with it, the Paul Axial Lock folders. These models which seem to be the old “Defender” series are full size and can do some real work. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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5.11 Tactical Tiny Linerlock Series

511 Tactical Tiny Linerlock Series
5.11 Tactical Tiny Linerlock Series
5.11 tactical offers great products. We love their clothes (although we don’t yet sell it) and their knives which are all designed by talented people. This series of small, liner locking pocketknives will really fit the bill for some users. They are designed by Mike Vellekamp. Easy to carry, decent steel and real easy to buy- great pricing.
You can see these art www.knifecenter.com
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United Cutlery SOA Assault Knife

United Cutlery SOA Assault Knife
United Cutlery SOA Assault Knife
United Cutlery puts out an interesting assortment of products. Some are fantasy, some are curiosities and some are decent usable products. This fixed blade SOA (Special Operations Association) model is one of the latter. They are economically produced in China (of course) and have a decent quality of steel (AUS-6) and a great pattern of relief on the Micarta handles. We can market these at $38.95 which is a great price for a decent knife. They have a Kydex sheath with a belt clip. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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