We have been waiting oh-so-patiently for the US-Assist ever since it was announced late last summer. Just when we were about to give up hope, they showed up. Man, were they worth the wait… The US-Assist has one of the fastest actions we have seen in an assist, firing with the speed of an automatic. And, as the name implies, they are made in the USA! Click here to learn more about this knife.
Can a pick-up truck withstand the force of the Cold Steel Torpedo? We pitted the mammoth thrower against a 1985 GMC and more in this KnifeCenter Test Run. Click here to learn more about the Cold Steel Torpedo.
The collaboration between Emerson and Kershaw has been a boon for both companies – and for knife lovers everywhere. It is hard to imagine a better EDC value than these CQC folders at under twenty bucks apiece! Click here to learn more about these knives.
Call it an update, call it a reboot, we just call it awesome. This all-new version of Todd Rexford’s 0801 design maintains the size and shape of the original model, but it now features a full titanium handle with 3D machined holes – which renders this formidable flipper extremely lightweight and EDC-ready. Click here to learn more about this knife.
If you’re in the mood for a blast from the past, look no further. The Worker was Spyderco’s first ever knife design back in 1981 when the company was still young, which makes it a bona fide classic. This awesome Sprint Run has faithfully replicated the legendary knife with a VG-10 stainless steel blade and green G10 handle scales, keeping it modern and functional without trampling the knife’s legacy. Click here to learn more about this knife.
There are few collaborations in the knife industry that are more iconic than Benchmade and knifemaker Warren Osborne. The Rift is one of their most robust collaborations to date, an overbuilt tactical folder with clean lines, unique style, and a remarkably durable build. Click here to learn more about this knife.
We’re always excited to see a collaboration between Kershaw and Emerson, two undeniable titans in the knife industry. This compact EDC folder more accurately represents the Emerson experience than some Kershaw collabs we’ve gotten our hands on thanks to those rugged G10 handle scales, though this will be a little kinder on your pocketbook than an actual Emerson CQC. The blade on this bad boy can, of course, be deployed by the patented Emerson Wave feature, but you get a surprisingly snappy and responsive deployment using the thumb disk, too. Click here to learn more about this knife.
There is a bit of an uprising going on in the knife business, and the Kizer Uprising is a fitting example both in its name and its nature. This knife features S35VN steel, titanium handles, and an eye-catching design – quality built in China, all for half the price you would normally pay a mid-tech maker. Click here to learn more about these knives.
The Victorinox Swiss Army Pioneer is a sleek variation on their classic soldier knife, packing seven tools into a slim, durable Alox aluminum frame. Click here to learn more about this model and its features.
This is one of the simplest and most effective tactical fixed blades that Schrade has ever offered. While it is designed primarily as a defensive knife, the blade to handle geometry makes it a very effective utility cutter. Plus, the closeout price makes it an amazing value for this much knife! Click here to learn more.