Cold Steel Code4 Heavy Duty Folding Pocket Knives

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Cold Steel Knives create the best and most reasonably priced knives for various applications. No one does a better job of it. They wanted to create an easy-to-carry heavy duty folding pocket knife for law enforcement and military that wouldn’t break the bank. They have the production done in great factories and they use great materials and they create the absolute best designs. Like I said- nobody does it better! The Code4 series are flatter than the plastic handle models like the Voyagers or the G10 handle folding knives like the RECON series. They are super strong and feature a good stainless blade. We applaud Cold Steel for really doing it right! You can see the entire series which is now all available, at www.knifecenter.com
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Benchmark Stubby

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Benchmark Stubby
This is an easy to buy small stubby knife. Only $12.95 and you get a decently made fixed blade that is small enough to carry around and has a bottle opener. Heck, you might call this a reasonably priced bottle opener with a knife attached!See them at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus Squail – Very Nice for the Price

Boker Plue Squail - Very Nice for the Price

 

Very Spyderco Vallotton and Starmate-esque, the new Boker Plus Squail is a large tactical folder with serious style. The designer, Charles Marlowe, is known for combining function with elegance in all his designs, whether they be tactical or utility in nature. The Squail features a large 4″ 440C blade that is beautifully stonewashed and has a nice-sized thumb hole for easy actuation. The handles are linen Micarta paired with matte finished titanium bolsters for a refined looking and feeling knife. The jimping on the spine is very sharp for excellent purchase and the liner lock, though not grooved like it is in the picture, does lock the knife up with no play whatsoever. This is another awesome piece from Boker Plus and their decision to go with production versions of custom knife designs is paying off with some really excellent products. Keep your eyes peeled for more new designs and check out this handsome new tactical knife at www.knifecenter.com.

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Fremont Knives Farson Blade Survival Tool

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Fremont Knives Farson Blade Survival Tool
This Survival tool is really cool. We hadn’t seen a cutting tool like it before and, since we are the Knifecenter, we try to offer it all. The quality is good and the pricing great. These come with a Nylon sheath. You can see this item at www.knifecenter.com
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Spyderco Orange Pingo Folding Knife

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Spyderco has the Pingo models made for them in Italy. They arrive with the top quality Böhler-Uddeholm’s premium N690Co stainless steel and an easy to open design. They’re designed by Jens Anso and Jesper Voxnaes of Denmark and work great.
You can see this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener

Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener

 

Manual pocket sharpeners have met their match with the new Guided Field Sharpener from Work Sharp. Previously limited to a hand held belt sharpening system, Work Sharp has branched out this year to add a variety of products to quickly get a great edge on your tools. The new field sharpener includes two diamond plates (one coarse, one fine) which are held in place by a pair of strong magnets but can easily be removed for cleaning. The large ceramic rod allows one to touch up not only knives but it has a groove cut in for fish hooks that can be accessed by rotating the red knob on the end. Another feature you don’t see on many hand held sharpeners is the leather strop opposite the ceramic rods. Stropping a readily sharp blade polishes up the edge by straightening out the burr which not only makes for a sharper edge but also a more durable one. The Guided Field Sharpener is a very easy to use tool (set up for both 20° and 25° edge angless) and can sharpen almost anything you throw on it. Check out this awesome new sharpener at www.knifecenter.com.

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Klecker Trigger Teaching Tool Knife Kits

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So clever and so reasonable, these knife kits are really fun. They have that retro feel – like the old model cars that many of us put together as kids. The Trigger knife kits go together in less than 5 minutes. These are great for kids and grownups alike, these knife kits are safe and they’re available in a myriad of colors for $9.95 each. Also, they are totally made in the USA! See them all at www.knifecenter.com

Blade Show Awards 2013

The Blade Show 2013 Banquet announced the awards for the year. These are highly respected in the industry and we applaud all winners for their great work- and those nominated!

Hall of Fame: Wayne Goddard
Publishers Award: Joyce Laturi from Spyderco
Industry Achievement: Joe Keesler
Accessory of the Year: Paracord Bracelet with Saw from CRKT
Kitchen Knife of the Year: Chefworks and Ken Onion
Investor Collector: Protech
Collaboration: Microtech and Strider
Best Buy: CRKT Endorser
Manufacture Quality: Chris Reeve
Innovative Import: CRKT Ken Onion Swindle
Innovative American: Microtech DOT Killswitch
Import Knife of the Year: FOX Knives Modras
American Knife of the Year: Hogue EX04
Overall Knife of the Year: ZT0454