New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Pocketknife

New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Folding Knife Pocketknife
New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Pocketknife

The new Zero Tolerance 0700 is a very tip heavy tanto blade, and we like it! The handles are thin but comfortable to grab in both forward and reverse grip. The blade is S30V, the scales are G10, nothing is second rate. Although not as heavy as some other Zero Tolerance models, it does not compromise blade strength. If you need an under 5 inch tactical folder with a strong, aggressive blade, this is the knife you want.

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New Zero Tolerance Model 0160 Combat Knife

Zero Tolerance 0160 Combat Knife
New Zero Tolerance Model 0160 Combat Knife

Zero Tolerance designs their knives with a no-nonsense attitude. These are knives that are meant for heavy duty use in combat situations. The Model 0160 is no exception. The full flat tang ensures stability and power, reflected in the heft of the knife. The blade, on the other hand, will hardly reflect anything at all, because of the Tungsten DLC coating. The thick spine reinforces the knife’s power, while the sleek shape boosts the agility. The sheath utilizes a positive holding system that holds the knife well, but it also includes a snap strap for extra security.

As an American made item, you know that the materials are high quality as well, with premium Sandvik 14C28N steel for the blade, and grippy 3D machined G-10 scales.

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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.

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New Kershaw Rake Assisted Opening Pocket Knife

Kershaw Rake Assisted Pocket Knife
New Kershaw Rake Assisted Opening Pocket Knife

Kershaw comes up with so many great innovations that quickly become the industry standard. Their new composite blades may just be the next big thing. The Kershaw Rake features high-performance Sandvik 14C28N steel on the spine, and the wear-resistant D2 steel on the cutting edge. The wide blade and deep belly give this knife a longer usable edge than other knives of similar lengths, increasing the slicing capabilities of the knife. Despite the size of the blade, the assisted action snaps the knife open quickly and firmly. Best of all, it is made in the USA.

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The Return of the Gold Kershaw Leeks

Kershaw Gold Leek
Gold Kershaw Leeks

Out of all the Kershaw Leek versions that were available several years ago, the gold ones were our favorites. Though we are not normally drawn to bling, these Gold Leeks stood right at the edge between cool and obnoxious. Now, they are back for a limited run, and you can own one at a great KnifeCenter price of only $59.95!

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New Value Volt II from Kershaw

Kershaw Volt II Assisted Opening Knives
New Value Volt II from Kershaw!

The Kershaw Volt was a crazy knife at a crazy price. Now Kershaw and collaborator RJ Martin have teamed up to make the Volt II. The new version features the same overall shape as the original, but that is where the similarities end. There is now assisted opening and a molded Polyimide handle. Plus, because it is built in China to Kershaw’s exacting standards, it is only $25.95 at the KnifeCenter.

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Kershaw Clash Assisted Pocket Knife

Kershaw Clash Assisted Blade
Kershaw Clash Assisted Pocket Knife

Ladies and Gentlemen, might we introduce to you the Kershaw Clash. This is a Ken Onion designed assisted opening knife that has been built in China. Why am I telling you this? Because that means it is going to be the best quality of design and materials that you are going to find in this price range. This is a really great knife at a really great price!

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See the Gorgeous New Bradly Kimura IV Butterfly Knife

Bradley Kimura IV Butterfly Knife
Gorgeous New Bradly Kimura IV Butterfly Knife!

The latest installment in the Bradley Kimura series is here…finally, a clip point! These butterflies, made by Kershaw right here in the US, are a great value. They are also great flies, whether you want them for training and performing, or just as an every-day-carry knife with a twist. With Spyderco and Benchmade reducing their butterfly offerings, Bradley is rapidly becoming the go-to for high end butterflies.

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Just In: New Kershaw Little Lockback Pocket Knives

Kershaw Little Lockback Pocketknife
New Kershaw Little Lockback Folding Knives!

Kershaw’s new Little Lockback line is aptly named. These knives are quite small, with a 2″ blade and a 2-5/8″ handle. The lockback mechanism holds the knife tight, whether in the open position or the closed position. This is not much of a camping knife or a tactical knife, but the size makes it perfect as an every day carry knife. It is unobtrusive and non-threatening, making it easy to use around people who are skittish around knives.

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