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 Spyderco Kiwi 4 is larger than the original which is great for people with larger hands. The G10 handle has a double finger choil for a solid grip and is extremely comfortable to hold. The Kiwi 4 as a sturdy lock back mechanism which is easy to manipulate and has the awesome wire clip – by far a favorite of ours. Last but not least, it features a flat ground VG-10 wharncliffe blade and Spyderco’s trademark thumb hole for easy opening. Need a great every day carry knife to set you apart from others? Get the Spyderco Kiwi 4 right here 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.
The Scorpion Pathfinder Axe is designed and built for everyone; professionals, outdoorsmen, mountaineers, the fire service, law enforcement agencies, bushcrafters, survivalists and the military. The axe is 15″ (38cm) long and has a black DuPont Teflon coated stainless steel head with perfectly ground edges. The full tang grip is finished with hand crafted Linen Micarta scales for maximum grip in all conditions. This capable axe will take on any task at hand. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.