Posted September 18, 2012 by Nick
Mantis is in the business of manufacturing odd designs and the MT7.2 Folding Pry Tool is definitely right up their alley. The 3-1/4″ S30V blades are designed with a Besh Wedge style tip for ultimate strength in non-cutting tasks. The milled G10 handle is adequately textured and the shape contours to the curvature of the hand excellently. The glass breaker on the end is well executed as is the strong liner lock mechanism. It’s thick enough to give you great piece of mind while using it while still being quite easy to manipulate. Anyone from a firefighter to a construction worker would be happy using this blade, check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted March 30, 2012 by Nick
Scorpion Knives are a new brand for us here at the KnifeCenter and they are some of the most well designed, overbuilt fixed blades we have ever seen. Most, well actually all the knife designers at Scorpion use their real world experiences to bring new features and uses to their particular knife designs. From Chris Caine, Anton du Plessis, and John Wiseman to Geoff Todd, John Campbell, and Bob Beasley, Scorpion Knives are specifically designed to do all the tasks expected by both the combat soldier and survival enthusiast. Using a variety of blade and handle materials, one thing remains constant; a 3/16″ (or thicker) full tang slab of hardened steel is the heart of the knife. Check one out today for yourself and you will not be disappointed. See the entire line at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted June 23, 2010 by andrew
The entire concept of the Besh-Wedge blade is pretty incredible. Rather than a typical knife with one or two sharpened sides and a point, the primary variation of the Besh-Wedge has two sharpened sides which converge into a sharpened wedge tip. It is no wonder that this design is taking the industry by storm. The actual knives are difficult to properly describe, and the pictures do not do these knives justice. You really need to see it to believe it. And at $19.95, there is no excuse to not satisfy your curiosity with the Boker Plus Besh-Wedge Neck Knife.
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Posted May 5, 2010 by Howard
Ka-Bar Besh Wedge BOGA
Ka-Bar Knives does it again- another great new introduction. Not a week goes by, it seems, without us introducing another Beshwedge’d product. This one has a unique twist—get it, they all kind of have a “twisted” edge configuration? What makes the Boga unique is that it is designed as a personal defense tool for women. The name is short for “Back Off-Get Away”. It can be carried on a neck chain, in a purse, or strapped to an arm or leg. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted April 4, 2010 by Howard
Meyerco Fixed Blades with Besh Wedge Blade Shape
Meyerco has been coming up with some great, new items this year. They have a new push to market with designer knives with some made in the USA. These new Besh Wedge blade fixed knives are not made in the USA, but they are well made and reasonably priced. The two models are both medium sized fixed blades and one is a neck knife with cord wrapped, hollow handle. You can see all of Knifecenter.com Besh Wedge blade knives at www.knifecenter.com
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