Posted July 29, 2010 by andrew
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.
See this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted July 7, 2010 by andrew
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.
See these knives at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted January 28, 2010 by Howard
Posted December 18, 2009 by Howard
New Kershaw Blurs- Including ZDP model
Kershaw Knives has released plenty of their BLUR models through the years. They have been released with a myriad of blade steels and handle colors and we love the fact that our customers have such a great variety to choose from. They have finally released a ZDP-189 steel blade model and it’s great. The BLUR ZDP has a dark brown handle and the blade is a composite and so there is a jigsaw puzzle-like line where the softer steel meets the super hard ZDP. The BLUR handles have a rubbery insert for better traction in wet environments.
The orange handle model features 154CM stainless steel which is also a premium material. The orange color is also distinctive.
Here are the general Kershaw Blur Specifications: Full Story
Posted August 28, 2009 by Howard
Kershaw Barrage and Zing with Damascus Blades
Kershaw released some beauties that are American made and sell at great prices. One model, the Barrage, is brand new and the first one we received is with a Damascus steel blade. It is a flipper opener -and, although not assisted, it is “blur-like.” The other is one of the new ZING models but has the same Damascus steel blade. We like these very much and will have plenty of stock next week.
Posted August 13, 2009 by Howard
Kershaw Knives Half Ton Folding Knife
Kershaw Knives produces some great knives at all price levels. This Half Ton model is at the very lowest of those and we are selling it for $14.95! It is a real Kershaw design and is very well made. The wide blade allows a lot of work to be done. These are great items and can be found at: www.knifecenter.com
Kershaw has the following information for you: Full Story
Posted July 13, 2009 by Howard
NEW Kershaw Emerson Commander Auto!
Great idea! and pulled off perfectly by Kershaw. The Commander is a classic and much sought after blade. This auto version really lives up to the reputation of the original, hard use folder from Emerson. We have them at www.knifecenter.com
This will be a limited run. The button pulls back to release. It is super fast and smooth and will be available in plain and combo edge.
Here is the info from Kershaw: Full Story
Posted June 1, 2009 by Howard
A great show by all accounts. Well, some of the folks selling thought the number of shoppersd was light, but, as an observer, it was outstanding.
Here are the Blade Show Award Winners:
Hall of Fame inductee: AlMar
Accessory of the year: Wicked Edge Precision Knife Sharpener
Investor/Collector: William Henry “Anthem” Best Buy: Lone Wolf Blackfoot
Innovative Import Knife: Columbia River Knife & Tool Flux
Innovative American Knife: Fox Knives USA Rescue II
Manufacturing Award: Chris Reeve Knives
Collaboration: Spyderco/Bob Terzuola Slip-it
Kitchen Knife of the year: Chris Reeve Knives Sikayo Series
Imported Knife of the year: Benchmade Nagara
American Knife of the year: Kershaw Speedform
Overall Knife of the year: Lone Wolf Defender
Kershaw has some great new offerings coming out this year. Among them is the ” Speedform” which won American made knife of the year. It has a 3-3/4″ composite steel blade, titanium frame lock handle with g10 inlay. Also the VOLT which also has a composite blade and integrated titanium and G10 handle. This one is an RJ Martin design with a flipper.
There will be an OCC 10th Anniversary knife with composite blade, G10 handle and locking liner. You can see a page with some early images at www.knifecenter.com
Much more Blade Show Knives Coming VERY soon!
Posted May 5, 2009 by Howard
Kershaw Knives Limited Edition Tyrade Assisted Opener with G-10 Handles
The Kershaw Tyrade is a very cool knife. The standard model Tyrade pocketknife is, however, a little pricey. That’s why we’re glad to see this model released with a more basic construction and at really reasonable price. Unfortunately, this is a limited run from Kershaw Knives, so grab one of these while they are available because they will be gone soon.
G10 handle slabs and a slightly less decorative blade finish and style allow this pocket knife to be marketed at a lower price point.
Here is Kershaw’s info: Full Story
Posted May 4, 2009 by Howard
Kershaw OD-1 Flipper Frame Lock Folder
Kershaw Knives has released this “very cool” folding knife model. As far as pocketknives go, most fast openers have springs to help them fly open. Kershaw Knives has been improving their “flipper” system of opening pocketknives and this is the fastest opener we have seen. No spring is needed! The frame lock on this pocketknife is also a superbly strong locking mechanism. One side of the handle is G10 and the back is the steel frame with the one part that flexes over to lock the blade open. This is a great pocketknife! It is medium sized with a 3″ blade and is slim and seems easy to carry. It’s well made in the USA and sells at www.knifecenter.com for less than $50!
Kershaw has the following information for you: Full Story