United Cutlery Survival Kukri Sawkback Machete
“You got saw in my machete!”
“You got machete in my saw!”
Okay, it probably didn’t happen like that. But United Cutlery has put out a new sawback kukri machete that is, pardon my French, pretty darn cool. At 21″ overall, it’s portable enough to bring on most any outdoor activity, and its robust 14-3/4″ full-tang blade is up to whatever task you can throw at it. Even better, it’s got sawback serrations to make nice clean cuts whether you’re building a survival shelter or just cutting that tree limb in the front yard down to size. It ships with a lanyard and a durable nylon sheath. Available in gray or yellow. Check ‘em out at www.knifecenter.com !
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Re-Release of the Gil Hibben Dragon Lord 1996 Annual Edition
United Cutlery re-releases one of the best selling knives of all time. The Dragon Lord Fantasy Knife was the 1996 Hibben Knives Annual Custom Design Series and was popular with collectors for many years. When it was released, KnifeCenter.com was the only place on the web that you could find it! In fact, we were the only web site selling production knives, swords, machetes or shaving products from 1995 through most of 1996 and we are still the best place for these products – of course, I am biased!
Back to this knife- it’s a beauty. Now made in China instead of the original Taiwan, the quality is every bit as good as the original.
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Bear MGC and United Cutlery Butterfly Knives
Bear MGC made these butterfly knives in their USA factory for United Cutlery Brands over a decade ago. Fortunately for us, they found a leftover batch in their warehouse, and they are letting us offer them to the public at a great price. In fact, these are the lowest priced live bali-songs we have available.
If you have ever considered trying a butterfly knife, this is your chance to get a great USA made knife at a price that is impossible to beat.
Find these knives at www.knifecenter.com
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