KA-BAR Big Brother Fighting Utility Knives
Ka-Bar Knives have been a fixture on the world combat knife stage since WWII. They’ve steadily expanded their offerings and now they are offering “super-sized” versions of two of their best sellers. These are monster combat knives with 9-1/2″ long blades and they’ve added a long sharpened and serrated section on the top of the blade for extra utility. These are a great idea! You can see both models at www.knifecenter.com
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KA-BAR TDI Law Enforcement Folding Knife
Ka-Bar Knives introduced the TDI Law Enforcement series years ago and they have been adding to it through the years. The TDI knives are designed as last-ditch weapons to be carried in one’s boot or belt. These new models are the first folders in the series. We like the series and respect the design and intent of these weapons. These new models are certain to be useful and well made.
They can be seen at www.knifecenter.com
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Looking at the image, you might think that the Dozier Bobcat is a fixed blade. When you’ve got it open and in your hand, you might think the same thing! Dozier’s design results in a knife that really does feel like a fixed blade. It locks open like it was never closed, and the handle design is clearly inspired by the Bull Dozier, also from Kabar. The rubber insets make the handle grippy, and also very comfortable.
See this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Ka-Bar Dozier Designed PHAT BOB liner Lock
Ka-Bar has produced a number of Bob Dozier designed folding pocketknives for years now. The designs are amazing with wide, heavy blades and comfortable handles. This new model has a Micarta handle and a feel that is really special. It really seems like a tool ready for work. It fits perfectly in the hand with some jimping on top of the handle for your thumb. The grip is solid and sure. The drop point blade design has great geometry for cutting, chopping or whatever.
You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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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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Ka-Bar Johnson Adventure Blades – Potbelly and Baconmaker
Ka-Bar has some new, incredible fixed blades from a new series. The series is called “The Adventure” after a young man who likes to enjoy himself named Steve Johnson. The designs are really distinctive and, equally distinctive are the sheaths they come with. They have enormous pockets so that you can include all kinds of gear with the knife in one easy pouch. Also, a smaller knife is included called the “Piggyback” which is touted as ” the smallest Adventure blade — cuts like a knife twice its size.” This Piggy back model is made in China, but the full sized knives are all American made.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Becker Knife and Tool Reborn! Ka-Bar reissues most of the Becker series.
Ethan Becker is on of the great knife designers. We’re thrilled that Ka-Bar is building his knives with top quality materials and fit and finish in their USA plant and even more thrilled that we got in several more in their series. We now have 4 knives including the Tac Tool which is even more beefy that it was in the last incarnation from Camillus.
KaBar Becker Necker Neck Knife with Carbon San Mai Blade
Becker is back … again! Ethan Becker designs great knives; he just always seems to partner with manufacturers that proceed to go out of business. This time he has joined forces with the fine folks at Ka-Bar – and they’re not going anywhere. KaBar has the talent, resources and vision to build his knives better than they have been built before. A great example is the first knife they are releasing, the composite blade Necker. This Japanese produced version of the Necker is made from carbon San Mai steel. It is not only a beautiful knife, but a very functional and effective one.
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