Posted August 23, 2012 by Nick
The Boker Magnum Shadow Rainbow is a high quality small utility folder with a lot of flare. The handles scales are made from polished wood with a rich grain pattern and they are slightly smaller than the liners the entire way round the knife. This isn’t a design defect but more of a feature of the knife allowing for the beautiful rainbow liners to show easily. Heat treated bluing has been applied to the face and locking liners which accents the plain satin finished 2-1/2″ blade nicely. You can find this sharp, affordable pocket folder at www.knifecenter.com.
More about the Magnum Shadow Rainbow: Full Story
Posted March 10, 2011 by Howard
Boker Fred Perrin Shark Neck Knife
Boker Knives releases a new Fred Perrin designed neck knife. We’ve been selling Fred Perrin designs here at the KnifeCenter of the InterNet for many years. His small fixed blade have had an incredible impact on the knife market from the beginning. This new Boker Magnum SHARK neck knife is true to his form and it is an awesome small knife. The emphasis is on “small” with a mere 1.3 inch cutting edge and a very small overall size, this is a real backup item. It fits snuggly into the Kydex neck sheath.You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the description from Boker: Full Story
Posted October 5, 2010 by andrew
The sense of style on the Boker Magnum Channel is fantastic. The dark grey bolsters and blade finish are perfectly complemented by the dark wood scales. The wood scales are not only comfortable in the hand, but they also lend the knife a sense of elegance, making the Boker Channel a knife that would not be out of place clipped to a tuxedo pants pocket. Outside of the ballroom, the Boker design results in a knife that is capable of any task you might throw at it.
See this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted August 13, 2010 by andrew
The kukri is a very popular fixed blade knife, the shape of which has frequently been adapted to machetes, but it is rarely seen on a folder. In fact, the only other folding kukris we currently carry are Cold Steel’s Rajah II and Rajah III.
Hailing from Nepal and India, the primary feature of the kukri is the heavy recurve, which results in the blade being much thicker at the tip. For traditional kukris, this makes them much more capable for chopping tasks. The folding kukri is not nearly as good for chopping large pieces of wood, but the shape still makes it great for other tasks. The recurve creates a dip in the knife that prevents the item that is being cut from slipping away from the knife, making it easier to cut wet rope or fish. It also creates a longer usable edge than other blades of similar length. Although there is no thumbstud or hole, the nail nick creates more than enough friction for opening the knife one handed.
See this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted August 8, 2008 by Howard
Boker Magnum Collection 2008 Bowie Knife
Blink and you will miss these. To the best of our knowledge, we have the only stock of Magnum 2008 year knives in the U.S. — Europe kept the rest of the 1999 pieces for themselves this year. So…there are a lot of folks who have collected this commemorative every year, and they are all gonna be trying to get them from us. We have a small batch that will go first come first serve, one per customer. We will try to pull the listing as soon as they are gone but please be patient with us as this is a situation where demand will far outstrip supply. Full Story
Posted June 28, 2007 by Howard
Now Sold Out! Sorry
This Magnum Super Bowie is a real knife – over 12″ overall with a well shaped handle and 440 stainless bowie blade with a sharpened top edge towards the tip. It comes complete with a leather sheath and all at a remarkable price. Quality construction from Taiwan.