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.

See these knives at www.knifecenter.com

More information from the manufacturer: Continue Reading

New Kershaw Field Knife and Skinner

New Kershaw Field Knife Hunter and Skinner
New Kershaw Field Knife and Skinner

It seems like knives are getting more and more complex. Sometimes you just need a little simplicity. Kershaw really takes this lesson to heart with the introduction of the Field Knife Hunter and the Skinner. These knives feature a single piece of metal with G-10 scales for grip. This simple design means that there are fewer ways to go wrong. The full flat tang adds stability, and the textured G-10 scales improve grip. The long edge on the Field Knife makes it great for slicing and general tasks, while the deep belly on the Skinner Knife is designed for skinning, as the name suggests.

Both of these American made knives are going for under $40.

See these knives at www.knifecenter.com

More information from Kershaw: Continue Reading

Tom Krein Pocket Bowie Knife from Boker

Boker and Tom Krein Pocket Bowie Knife
New Pocket Bowie Knife from Boker and Tom Krein!

When we first heard about the Pocket Bowie, we were skeptical. One of the defining features of a Bowie knife is the large blade. What would a Bowie be, we wondered, without the size? But the new Pocket Bowie from Boker and Tom Krein has made believers out of us. The shaving sharp 2 1/2″ blade is small enough to be hidden under your shirt as a neck knife, but it feels like a larger knife. Maybe it is just the attitude that this knife has in comparison to other neck knives, but the spirit of the Bowie knife clearly surges beneath the steel of this blade.

The distinct Bowie blade is coupled with a very grippy G-10 handle. A tight, Tek-Lok compatible Kydex sheath completes the ensemble.

See this knife at www.knifecenter.com

More information from Boker: Continue Reading

See Boker’s New Johnson Fixed Blade

Boker Plus Johnson Fixed Blade Knife
Boker’s New Johnson Fixed Blade

If you like a large, heavy, solid bowie knife, say hello to the Boker Plus Johnson. This knife is as beautiful as it is ready to go to work for you. It is also an amazing value at under ninety dollars. Finally, it is based on the design of the first Boker Plus Collectors series, so its collectability is assured-and to that end it comes in a beautiful gift box.

See this knife at www.knifecenter.com

More information from Boker: Continue Reading

Unique Damascus Bowie Knives from Bear and Son at the Knife Center!

Bear and Sons Damascus Bowie Knife
New Damascus Bowie Knives from Bear and Son at the Knife Center

Every now and then we get offered an amazing opportunity by our vendors. Recently, Bear and Son came to us with a batch of these bowies that they had made several years ago, but had misplaced in their factory. These were typically made with a 10.25″ blade, but, due to a mistake by the lazer cutting machine, these have a unique 7.5″ damascus blade. They also feature beautiful cocobolo handles and a leather sheath. These are Western Style Bowies made in the USA at really great prices.

More information from Bear and Son: Continue Reading

Canal Street Cutlery New Knives

Canal Street Cutlery New Knives
Canal Street Cutlery New Knives
Three new knives arrived from Canal Street Cutlery. The Serpentine Muskrat 4″ Closed Bone Handles, an 1873 Bowie Hunter and a Serpentine Stockman 4″ Closed. They are all produced to the Canal Street top level of quality we have come to expect from that fine company. All are made entirely in the USA in limited numbers. They are very collectible.

SOG Creed Bowie Knife 7.5″ Fixed Blade with Leather Sheath

SOG Creed Bowie Knife Fixed Blade with Leather Sheath
SOG Creed Bowie Knife 7.5″ Fixed Blade with Leather Sheath
SOG knives has released a unique shaped bowie blade in the Creed Bowie Knife model. The quality is first rate and the design is very cool. We have a large selection of Bowie Knives at: www.knifecenter.com
Here is the knife information from SOG knives: Continue Reading

SOG Agency Fixed Blades

SOG Agency Fixed Blades
SOG Agency Fixed Blades
SOG got its start making great combat fixed blades. They recreated the classic Viet Nam combat bowies and then the SOG SEAL Knives and many more. These Agency Fixed Blades are in the same gene pool as those others being really well made and useful in the field. SOG is the combat fixed blade pro.
Here is the information from SOG: Continue Reading

Cold Steel Black Rhino Folder

Cold Steel Black Rhino Folder
Cold Steel Black Rhino Folder
Like the Espana series, these are full sized folders with some unique qualities. They have aluminum frames and a great locking mechanism. We like what Cold Steel has done with this series. They are lightweight and powerful
Here is the description from Cold Steel: Continue Reading

SOG Fusion Fixation Fixed Blades

SOG Fusion Fixation Fixed Blades
SOG Fusion Fixation Fixed Blades
SOG’s combat fixed blades are legendary. Originally, they were all made in the finest factories in Japan. SOG has since moved most of their production to Taiwan. Then, they discovered the quality manufacturing now available in China and they are really taking advantage of it. These are classic SOG designs and the quality is great. The pricing, though, is really incredible. While the dollar still buys something extra from mainland China, you should take advantage of these great values. These fixed blades are well made. The materials are pretty good, too. Both of the full sized fixed blades are for sale for under $35 each! It generally costs more than that to buy a sheath!
SOG has this to say about these: Continue Reading