Posted September 10, 2010 by andrew
A really great deal on a simple, but useful neck knife. The Extreme Survival Neck Knife is similar to the popular ESSE (RAT Cutlery) Izula, but less expensive, so you can afford to beat it up or keep it as back up. It features either a simple polycarbonate sheath, or a polycarbonate knuckle guard sheath with an LED light, and is a great deal in either variation at only $18.95.
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Posted September 1, 2010 by andrew
The almost organic shape of the 5.11 Side Kick means that it fits in your hand like it belongs there. The shape is very similar to the popular cop tool by Boker, featuring a chisel shaped tip at a right angle to the primary edge for scraping, levering, and chiseling. It also features a seat belt cutter, an oxygen key, and a half serrated primary edge, making it ready for any task. The finger hole allows for a better grip, which makes it extremely easy to get out of the sheath in a hurry, despite the strong hold of the sheath itself. It also allows for better control of the blade, putting the hand further forward without any risk of the hand slipping onto the sharp edge. This is especially important in emergency situations, where the slightest increase in control can be the difference between cutting a seat belt, and cutting into the person beneath the seat belt.
This is the perfect tool for emergency responders to have on hand, and a great tool in general for any knife lover.
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Posted June 23, 2010 by andrew
The entire concept of the Besh-Wedge blade is pretty incredible. Rather than a typical knife with one or two sharpened sides and a point, the primary variation of the Besh-Wedge has two sharpened sides which converge into a sharpened wedge tip. It is no wonder that this design is taking the industry by storm. The actual knives are difficult to properly describe, and the pictures do not do these knives justice. You really need to see it to believe it. And at $19.95, there is no excuse to not satisfy your curiosity with the Boker Plus Besh-Wedge Neck Knife.
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Posted June 7, 2010 by andrew
This is the coolest new folding knife in the building that we have available for Father’s day… even the way it folds is cool. The SOL unfolds to become a short, sharp dagger. The SOL then folds up to be a non-descript pendant or money clip. It looks good and feels good. You will spend hours playing with this knife. You need to by the SOL for the knife loving father on your list… even if it is you!
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Posted June 3, 2010 by Howard
BokerPlus VOX Gnome Neck Knife with 2-1/8″ Blade and Micarta handle – $19.95
BokerPlus is the Asian producing arm of Boker Knives. They produce models that have been designed by top notch custom makers but they produce them are incredible prices- and the quality is still great! This VOX Gnome is one example of that. The manufacturing quality is first rate with even blade grinds and perfectly shaped handles. The steel is a good quality as well. This is a tiny knife, though, and is meant for backup and emergency use and may be too small for major cutting chores.
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Posted February 26, 2010 by Howard
Benchmade Heckler & Koch Instigator
A classic Benchmade model that is now wearing the Heckler and Koch brand. This is still a great knife. A single piece of steel in a great sheath with a great design.
* Blade Style: Modified Wharncliff
* Blade Steel: AUS-8 Stainless Steel (58-60HRC)
* Handle Specs: AUS-8 Stainless Steel, Skeletonized, Full Tang
* Sheath: Snap-Fit Molded Kydex / Thermoplastic with Teather
* Blade Length: 3.28″ (8.33 cm)
* Blade Thickness: 0.123″ (3.12 mm)
* Handle Thickness: 0.12 (3.12 mm)
* Overall Length: 7.38″ (18.79 cm)
* Made in Taiwan
Posted November 9, 2009 by Howard
Timberline Knives does a great job with custom collaborations. This great neck knife, the Mini Pitbull was designed by Lightfoot- one of the foremost designers in the knife industry. It is a great neck knife.
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Posted July 15, 2009 by Howard
Boker Todd Begg Kiridashi Neck Knife
Boker Knives is producing this Todd Begg designed Kiridashi Neck Knife in Germany. It is a typical Japanese utility knife design with a modern twist. It works well and you can find them at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the Boker information about it: Full Story
Posted May 11, 2009 by Howard
Cold Steel Mini Tac Neck Knife Series
MINI TAC SERIES
Cold Steel’s new generation of Mini Tac Neck Knives are astonishingly light at 3 ounces each. Because they’re so lightweight, they can be comfortably worn practically 24 hours a day. Full Story
Posted April 30, 2009 by Howard
Boker Plus Chad los Banos RNR Neck Knife
This interesting combination of modern age and classic style is brought to you by Chad Los Banos. With this fixed blade, Chad combines the standard diagonal edge of the Japanese Kiridashi with a belly-curve edge towards the tip, thereby boosting its versatility to a huge extent. This innovative blade is made of 440C stainless steel, and the package comes complete with a Kydex sheath and ball chain. Tek-Lok compatible (not included). Blade length: 2 1/2″. Overall length: 6″. Weight: 2.5 oz. Made in China.