Posted June 7, 2011 by Howard
SOG Knives Demolition/Scuba Fixed Blade Knife
SOG Knives introduced their demolition/scuba fixed blade several years ago. At that time it was made in Japan and had a leather handle and polished blade. This new model from SOG Knives comes in at a much better price and a more utilitarian build. It now features a Kraton handle and black blade and is made in Taiwan. It’s still a great knife with a great design. It includes a black, leather sheath with sharpening stone in the front pocket. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the full description from SOG Knives:
Posted May 5, 2010 by Howard
Frosts of Sweden- new Knives under $12 each!
We’ve sold Frosts of Sweden knives for years. They’re well made, basic in design and very inexpensive. They’re great. These new models are really similar but one has a carbon steel blade and the other has a stainless blade and are still a great deal.
You can see these knives at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the information from the manufacturer: Full Story
Posted July 14, 2009 by Howard
Queen Big Chief Folding Dive Knives
An American Classic from Queen Knives. The Queen Big Chief folding dive knives have been a staple of underwater construction workers, fishermen and anyone who lives or works or plays in a marine environment. Unfortunately, Queen Knives has discontinued them. We have a great stock, however, and you can buy them at www.knifecenter.com while our supplies last. They all feature aluminum handles and stainless blades and so are very rust resistant. Grab one- or two- while they are available!
Posted June 20, 2008 by Howard
Columbia River Veff M.U.K.™ Fillet Knife Series
Did Tom Veff design a better fillet knife? This series may prove that he did. Read all about this latest entry into the fillet knife market from Columbia River Knife and Tool and maybe you’ll want to try one!
Here is CRKT’s information: Full Story
Posted April 4, 2008 by Howard
Spyderco Rock Salt
The Rock Salt is an amazing knife. First of all, it was designed by one of the most creative designers anywhere, Ed Schempp. It has a Kuhkri style blade with a great handle. The steel they used for the blade is the H1 which has been tested again and again for rust resistance, and the folks at Spyderco cannot get it to rust! On top of that, it holds a great edge. You can use this knife in any environment.
Here is Spyderco’s description: Full Story
Posted January 21, 2008 by Howard
Benchmade Dive Knife with Black Blade
Benchmade’s rescue/dive knives have been popular for years. They have offered this model with a yellow or a black handle. Now, they have a more tactical model with a black handle as well as a black blade.
Here are the SPECS: Full Story