Posted April 4, 2013 by Nick
If you’re looking for a blade that you’ll be both proud to show off to your friends and pass down to your children, the Hogue EX-04 series is an excellent choice for your money. They’re Allen Elishewitz designs made to handle the tough tasks and look good doing it. These EX-04 models have a highly ergonomic handle featuring the new blue and red lava G-Mascus G10 scales, which really catch the eye and provide a good, sturdy grip. The 3.5″ or 4″ black finished blades come in either an upswept or wharncliffe style that really excel in cutting with natural curves for maximum effectiveness. The button lock mechanism these knives use is a very high strength design that comes with a manual safety to lock the blade open if necessary. A superior folding EDC option, it’s also available in a tactical black configuration for military operations. Check out these cool new Hogue offerings at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted March 29, 2013 by Howard
Rockstead- The Finest Knives in the World- and the Prettiest!
We are proud to offer some of the very finest knives produced anywhere. The Rockstead knives from Japan are so perfectly made with the finest of materials and fit and finish that they are prized by collectors around the world. Availability is limited, so please consider these carefully if they are within your budget. We will have a lot more information about these after the weekend, but we wanted to get them up on the site before we went home!
Posted March 29, 2013 by Howard
Mushroom Knives at KnifeCenter of the InterNet
The Knifecenter of the InterNet specializes in offering all types of knives to you. We don’t limit ourselves to combat knives or imported knives, because we have been the number one resource for knives on the internet since the beginning of the World Wide Web in the early 1990′s and we have been expanding ever since. So we have been offering mushroom knives for years, now and we recently got in a new variety from Maserin in Italy. The Italians and French seem to produce mushroom knives we suppose because gathering up the wild fungi is more popular over there. We don’t encourage the random sampling of mushrooms as there are many poisonous varieties that can actually kill you. It’s important to be careful and learn the good varieties before you venture forth. However, if you are in the mushroom gathering mood, the proper knife can help you in trimming them off and brushing them off so that you don’t have to take home all the soil that they grow in. Some of the mushroom knives we offer have measuring scales and most have brushes. We think these are an interesting product and hope you always are careful in the picking of mushrooms and have the proper tool! You can see the variety at www.knifecenter.com
Posted March 28, 2013 by Howard
DPX Orange HEST 2.0 with Free Book
This is the best HEST 2.0 we have seen! DPX is the brainchild of Robert Pelton, an adventure author and the products are really first rate. The knives are made in Italy by Lionsteel with D2 tool steel blades and a great locking system with a safety feature built in. So, the design is great and the quality is superb. Then, with this model which is exclusively sold by KnifeCenter, you get an autographed copy of Pelton’s book, “The Adventurist.” This knife is limited in quantity. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted March 26, 2013 by Howard
Ken Onion Swindle – An honestly Great Deal
Columbia River’s models that are designed by world famous knifemaker Ken Onion have a great reputation for innovation and quality. This latest release, the “Swindle” is a really innovative pocketknife. The handles are super slim and smooth allowing for easy pocket carrying. The IKBS system of blade pivot is very slick and the opening is just silky smooth. The overall shape is very unique and artsy and the hollow grind is so deep that the edge is really hair thin. We like this folder a lot. The steel is basic and we wish it was a little (or a lot!) more premium, but, as it is, this is a great every day carry knife. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted March 12, 2013 by Nick
You may think this picture of these new Svord items is a joke but by no means does it even do justice to the shear vastness of the Hog Beater and the compact size of the EDC fixed blade, an excellent alternative to the Izula. The Hog Beater is a hunting dagger with a whopping 11-1/4″ double edge blade, convex sharpened as all Svord knives are. The hardwood handle and black leather belt sheath make for a very good looking package on this devastating hunting design. The EDC fixed blade is 6-1/8″ overall with a 3″ blade and orange cord wrapped handle. The package gets a nice style upgrade with the brown leather sheath which makes the design feel like it’s double the price and belongs at your side at all times. The only drawback to the knife design is that the finger cutout is a little shallow so your index finger is at risk of running onto the blade while stabbing. All Svord knives are made from high quality Swedish carbon steel and convex ground for a sharp, durable edge for all cutting tasks. You can see the new Svord designs at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted March 12, 2013 by Nick
The ultra durable, heavy duty Rat Model 1 has always been hindered in popularity by it’s five once carry weight and large tactical looking 3.6″ blade. For those who have long awaited a more carryable knife from Ontario with the same excellent design as the Model 1, you’ll thoroughly enjoy it’s new smaller brother – the Rat Model 2. This 7″ overall EDC folder comes in at only 2.7 ounces while boasting a 3″ AUS-8 blade available with or without serrations or a black blade coating. It’s a much thinner profile as well making for a much more easily carried knife that you can still depend on for the most serious cutting tasks. Check out the new Ontario Rat 2′s with pink or black FRN handles at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted March 4, 2013 by Nick
ASP-USA produces without a doubt the highest quality expandable batons we stock here at the KnifeCenter. New for 2013, they’re expanding their inventory to include not just batons, pepper spray, handcuffs, and high quality carry cases but some serious EDC and keychain flashlights for the tactical professional. If you’ve already got an ASP baton, accessorize it with the tactical Triad attachment which replaces the end cap with a 70 lumen LED flashlight that’s tough as nails. Or if you’re just looking for an everyday carry lighting option, they’ve got you covered with the compact Tungsten flashlights or a Triad model available in AA, CR123 or 18650 Lithium, all putting out over 200 lumens. However the coolest items to be released are the new Sapphire keychain LED models that come in a variety of colors with a USB attachment so it can be recharged with any computer. Check out all the new ASP products at www.knifecenter.com.
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Posted February 27, 2013 by Howard
The Kershaw Cryo assisted opening pocket knives have been hot, hot, hot with our customers. They’re inexpensive and have all the bells and whistles everyone wants in an every day carry folder. Designed at Kershaw with the master knife maker Rick Hinderer, these are fast opening and feel great in your hand. In fact, this model was voted the 2012 best buy of the year by Blade magazine. We now have 2 sizes and three different color combinations and many in plain and serrated variations. You can see the whole Kershaw Cryo selection at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted February 19, 2013 by Howard
Ken Onion Ripple gets a Redo
The Ripple series has been a great selection since they were introduced last year. This iteration has really dressed them up. The handles are a lot smoother with a steel material rather than the aluminum they formerly came with. The blade steel has also been upgraded to the Acuto 440 which comes harder and should give very good service to the user. The overall feel and “walk and talk” of the knives is, in our opinion, much improved. As always, they fly open on ball bearings making any spring assist mechanisms unnecessary. You can see the entire Ripple Series HERE or you can see the new ones HERE
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