The LionSteel TM1 is another sensational design from Molletta. Previous solid handle folders were frame locks i.e. the SR-1 and 2 as well as the TiSpine. The TM1 spent much time in development to get the solid handle and lockback mechanism to work correctly and we’re glad they found a way in the end. It uses a double spring lockback mechanism which is strong and has the added benefit of being fully ambidextrous for right and left handed users. Another first for LionSteel is their incorporation of the IKBS ball bearing pivot which ensures top notch performance and extremely smooth action. The handle is made from a single piece of either Micarta or Carbon Fiber and then CNC machined into a strong, extremely ergonomic shape for a comfortable grip. This is by far the fastest, most ergonomic folder so far from LionSteel, take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.
The Bad Blood Wisper is one sweet looking blade. With the grooved, dual-tone red and black G10 handle, the Wisper is not only easy on the eyes but fits perfectly in your hand. When you need it, you will have a comfortable and sure grip no doubt. The finger choil and ample thumb ramp make up for the worthless jimping on the blade spine and really prevent you slipping forward onto the blade. Features a reinforced tip for added stabbing strength and comes with a friction fit sheath that you can use on a pack, belt or boot. Take a look at this cool new knife at www.knifecenter.com.
CRKT Ken Steigerwalt’s Clark Fork is a must have for fisherman of any level. With a long, flexible stainless steel blade and glass reinforced nylon handle – it makes for extremely easy cleaning of both fish and the knife once you’re finished. Big enough for filleting nearly any sized catch but once folded, compact enough to fit in smaller tackle boxes. Includes a black nylon sheath for safe storage on your person in the open position. See more details at www.knifecenter.com.
The new Boker Plus Carnivore looks like a tomahawk I would like to swing. Designed by Jim Burke, this tactical tool features an inward slanting angle that is meant to maximize impact force with each smack. Intended for law enforcement use, it will serve campers and outdoorsmen just as well because it’s just a great design and includes a Kydex sheath. Head width: 6-1/2″. Blade?length: 2-1/2″. Overall?length:??14-1/4″. Weight: 2.3 lbs. See more of this tool at www.knifecenter.com.
The TFF-1 Tactical Fighting Folder is an absolute monster of a knife developed for military & law enforcement personnel. It’s a big, beefy blade that you 100% can count on whenever you might need it and whatever you may need it for. The handle is made with a solid titanium frame lock and your choice from a variety of G10 face scales. The tip-up carry pocket clip is sized appropriately for this folder and is extremely strong. The wide, spear point blade is made from 0.19″ thick D2 steel with a black oxide finish and a hollow grind. The TFF-1 is an ambidextrous one-hand opener and built entirely in the USA. It is up to just about any challenge, check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
Designed by the survival experts over at ESEE Knives, Mike Perrin and Jeff Randall, and produced by Blue Ridge Knives, the Avispa is a hybrid between the Ontario RAT handle combined with the blade style of the Zancudo folder. Compared to the Zancudo, it features a larger, more capable 3.5″ blade for better cutting power. Features a nice, slim design with a full-size blade in stonewash or black. Handles are textured FRN (Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon) in the front with a stainless steel back. The framelock lockup feels solid and the blade easily glides open using the dual-thumb stubs. The Avispa will surely appeal to many with its 4-way pocket clip making it 100% ambidextrous. Overall, this is a great choice for an EDC for anyone looking for a high quality, full-size folder not looking to break the bank. See all models at www.knifecenter.com.
If you need a knife for hunting, fishing, camping or sporting, the Camillus HT-7 fixed blade is a perfect choice. With a 3.5″ titanium bonded stainless steel blade with plenty belly, large lanyard hole, and great jimping – what is it missing? The handle is solid G10 and removable with Hex screws should that need ever arise. The sheath is the simple nylon variety which leaves some room for improvement but for $30, is definitely sufficient for most anyone’s needs. The HT-7 is a full tang design for maximum strength and the handle is extremely comfortable if you have small to medium sized hands. Want more information, go to www.knifecenter.com.
All of these Maxpedition fixed blade knives are extremely durable and would be a perfect addition to any pack. If you are hunting, fishing, camping, or just breaking down cardboard, these knives can do the job. At Maxpedition, they believe that the best knife is the knife you have on you and these fixed blades are very easy to carry with their lightweight designs and excellent Kydex sheaths. Maxpedition founder Tim Tang draws upon his passion for tactical knives and a decade of collaborations with the industry’s top custom knife makers to debut this design. They look like Mad Dog Knives and hopefully perform like them. See all 12 models at www.knifecenter.com.