Cold Steel 88CSAB 1917 Frontier Bowie

Cold Steel 88CSAB 1917 Frontier Bowie

The Cold Steel 1917 Frontier Bowie may not be the prettiest piece in the collection but it will be one of the hardest working, that’s for sure. It’s a 1/4″ thick piece of nicely tempered 1055 carbon steel so you know it will stand up to any kind of use. The handle is beautiful rosewood and you’re prevented from sliding forward onto the 12-1/4″ blade by an over-sized “S” guard which can also be used as a place to rest your thumb during fine cutting tasks. The sheath is an excellent, quality design made of leather and it provides very adequate retention on the knife. This is a great value for such a ferocious cutter, check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
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Kershaw Knockout

Kershaw Knockout

The Kershaw USA made Knockout is a real winner. But then, I like fast opening flipper framelocks with wide blades and deep pocket carry clips that are made in the USA with great materials. Then the very thin profile and lightweight construction really just cinch the deal! That along with a reasonable price, of course. The olive green handle and black blade are also appealing to my taste. This knife really is a winner in my book. Kershaw has done well on this one, that’s for certain! See them at www.knifecenter.com
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Microtech Mini UDT AUTOs

Microtech Mini UDT AUTOs

Microtech Mini UDT AUTOs

If you’re in the market for an compact, backup size AUTO knife or prefer the smaller EDC blades – look no further than the Mini UDT from Microtech. Engineered to the exacting specs of Microtech ensure the action is flawless and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. Microtech prides themselves on their tight tolerances, high quality materials, and cutting edge design innovation – so you always know you’re getting one of the best products available with every knife. The new Mini UDT AUTOs feature an easy to actuate push-button and aggressive skate-board tape like grip on the handles. You won’t find any unnecessary safety mechanism on these, nor will you find a pocket clip on them – which is both a good and bad thing. Not having a pocket clip stinks if you’re not a lanyard person but with such aggressive traction on the handle slabs – you’ve be ruining your pants in a single day, that I have no doubt. Serpeb ergos for a three-finger knife, check out these new Mini UDTs at www.knifecenter.com

Randall designed Ontario assisted openers

Randall designed Ontario assisted openers

Lightning fast. That’s the best way to describe these Randall designed Ontario assisted openers. Just instantaneous opening. Touch that thumb stud and the deed is done- open. The design of this folding pocket knife is well established with the non assisted models, as a great every day carry by thousands of users. Designed by Jeff Randall of ESEE knives and manufactured in Taiwan, American knife fans have voted the non- assisted models as must-have tools by buying them throughout the last 5 years they have been available. We are certain these assisted models will be at least as desirable. There is also a safety on the handle that prevents the accidental opening. Here are some more goodies about these folders. They have a flat ground blade of good quality stainless steel, AUS8. Double thumb studs trigger this lightning fast opening. The G10 handles are great and offer a good grip. Handles are lined for strength. The liner lock is solid and access to it is easy. There is some jimping on the thumb ramp on top of the blade. There are extra holes to reposition the pocket clip so you have your choice of 4 positions. The pivot adjuster is an allen wrench fitting. This is a great knife destined to be a long term standard and you should absolutely check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
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New Brand: Mil-Comm Products Company Extreme Performance Lubricants

Mil-Comm Products Company Extreme Performance Lubricants
Mil-Comm Products Company is well known in Military/Law Enforcement circles but remains a hidden treasure on the consumer market. Their variety of lubricant products protect everything from your firearm to you fishing pole, to your security locks. They’ve got light grease, oil, heavy bearing grease, and cleaner/degreaser – everything you may need for any kind of part or job. Their products are so well respected, they’re used by manufactures including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Sig Sauer, and are the recommended lubricants by the NRA. All products are non-toxic, environmentally friendly, and most importantly – made in the USA. Check out this awesome new line at www.knifecenter.com.

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Pro-Tech TR-3 Integrity Damascus Folder

Pro-Tech 7721DAM TR-3

Pro-Tech TR-3 Integrity Damascus Folder

The TR-3 is one of only a handful of manual action knives Pro-Tech manufactures and it’s a shame there aren’t more. This is an ideal tactical and EDC choice, though many would consider it a “Safe Queen” – meaning it will only beautify your storage collection. What a shame that would be as well. Not only is this one good looking knife but it’s built to some extremely tight tolerances and has some very well thought-out features. A nicely contoured handle with superb jimping locks the knife into your hand and an adequate cut-out makes using the single thumb stud a breeze. I’ts a flow though design with a very cool looking frame lock. There isn’t much Titanium removed when laser-cutting the lock which makes for a better wearing, as well as better looking lock. An extremely functional drop point blade, blue anodized accents and pocket clip, and of course the Damascus blade make this knife a beautiful folder limited to only 40 pieces. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.

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Benchmade 484 & 484S Nakamura

Benchmade 484 & 484S Nakamura

Benchmade 484 & 484S Nakamura

Superb balance and the awesomely fun AXIS lock – what else need we say about the new 484 Nakamuras from Benchmade. This is the 4th model in the series and even if you buy this knife strictly as a collectible piece, I feel like you might get your money’s worth because of how much you’re gonna play with it. The blade, like that of the 940 Osborne folder, has an excellent EDC/utility shape and it  flips in and out of the handle with the slightest wrist movement. This knife probably has the best jimping of any Benchmade knife – great angle at which it contacts the thumb and perfectly done for maximum purchase. Finger grooves are perfect for medium sized hands and it comes with a reversible split arrow pocket clip. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
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Kershaw Blackwash Thermite and Scrambler

Kershaw 3880BW & 3890BW

Kershaw Blackwash Thermite and Scrambler 

The Thermite and Scrambler were new assisted-opening flipper models introduced last year and they are here to stay! Each is designed by a powerhouse name in the industry, the Thermite by Rick Hinderer and the Scrambler by RJ Martin. Each is a superb EDC knife with high manufacturing quality and rocking Kershaw’s new Blackwash finish. This black coated, then tumbled finish is quickly becoming the preferred look here at the KnifeCenter for it’s durable and tactical properties. G10 handle scales, 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, and adequately thick frame lock mechanisms provide these knives with everything they need to be part of your EDC rotation. Best of all, at $41.95 apiece, these won’t break the bank. See these great knives at www.knifecenter.com

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Mantis MKF-815 Snaggletooth 3

Mantis MKF-815 Snaggletooth 3

Mantis MKF-815 Snaggletooth 3

The Snaggletooth series are very interesting folding pocket knives. In the realm of knife fighting, these are very effective weapons. The “bump” on the top of the blade is used in a variety of ways, generally the opponent’s body is utilized to open the main blade. These also have a “little finger” ring that is revealed with a button. This allows for other handling of this knife. It’s a great product and well made and reasonably priced, which is pretty typical of the Mantis products. The KnifeCenter offers a large selection of Mantis products and we ship then around the world.

 

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