Kershaw didn’t just make another folding knife with the Strobe, they used their KVT ball-bearing system for a fast, easy open and based on a fixed blade they released years ago – the Diskin Hunter. If you were a fan of that knife, which all of us here still are, but want it in a more compact, folding version, well here you go. With a 3.3″ stonewashed blade and just over 7.5″ overall length, it’s a good size folder for any task and lighweight enough to carry anywhere. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.
Typical Italian knives – very nice quality for very nice prices. The Maserin 384/G10 GTO folders feature 3-3/4” N690 stainless steel blades with contoured G10 handles. They open smoothly and easily and when the liner lock clicks to engage, you know the blade is securely locked in place. The fit and finish on all Masericn products is outstanding and the ergonomics and blade shape are spot on with these folders. Check out the three different colors right here at www.knifecenter.com.
The CRKT 7030 Argus folding knife is designed by Matthew Lerch and offers an attractive sculpted handle with flowing lines. It’s made from cold forged 6061 aluminum for a great balance of strength and weight. The blade is satin finished and features CRKT’s rotating thumb disk FireSafe safety mechaism and OutBurst Assist for easy one hand opening. Once you get a hang of how the mechanism works (you push in on the disk toward the liner lock mechanism then up and outward on the blade for fire it open), you’ll realize it might just be the fastest opening knife in your collection. Another great design from CRKT that won’t break the bank, see more info at www.knifecenter.com.
The Kizer Ki412A3 is one unique looking knife that really has superior design characteristics. With this knife Kizer continues to show there irreplaceable craftsmanship which as been developed at an awesome price. Not only is the handle beautiful to look at, it fits in your hand perfectly and is made from high quality Titanium. If you’re looking for an every day carry knife with style and is also tough enough for any job you need it for, look no feather then the Ki412A3 folder or really any Kizer for that matter. Don’t let the stigma of ‘Made in China’ deter you, Kizer has among the best manufacturing quality and materials across their entire line as really any large name brand I can think of. Check out this new folder at www.knifecenter.com.
The Kershaw 1302BW Lifter is one sweet tactical folder anyone can afford. How in the world Kershaw can produce quality like this for $20, is a mystery that we can all benefit from. It’s got a modified tanto blade with a slight recurve, that opens easily with its built in flipper or dual thumbstuds. The Lifter also has a sturdy frame lock that safely secures the blade open during use. All in all a wonderful tactical knife, entirely blackwashed and fit with a deep carry pocket clip. Get yours today at www.knifecenter.com.
The DOC (Death on Contact) is one awesome AUTO folder. This collaboration between Mick Strider of Strider Knives and Anthony Marfione of Microtech, won Most Innovative Design and Collaboration of the Year at the 2013 BLADE Show. It’s large, tactical, rugged, fast, ergonomic and fun. The safety switch doubles as the push button for this folder and the grind lines on the blade are absolutely gorgeous. A great quality folding design you definitely can bet your life on. See it at www.knifecenter.com.