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Buck Knives gives you a spin on the 110 with the Copper Folding Hunter. The Buck 110 has been a staple in their line since 1963. Created by Al Buck when he decided that outdoorsmen needed a sturdy knife that wasn’t a fixed blade. Years later and Al’s knife is still selling strong. The Copper Hunter is a part of the legacy line and with this beautiful look it plans to start one of it’s own. A 3.75″ S30V steel blade with tumble polish. The handles are C-TEK and Nickel Silver with copper bolsters. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Serialized with a total quantity of 250.
The second-generation karambit-style blade is, of course, named after Mr. T’s infamous television persona, and Quartermaster manages to bring some of that character’s no-nonsense traits to this unique design.
The two-and-a-quarter inch blade is made from CPM-154 stainless steel with a black stonewash finish and a nice hawkbill shape. The handle is lightweight G10 with a titanium back side. A beefier CNC-milled frame lock mechanism replaces the original’s liner lock, and there is a reversible pocket clip for left or right-hand tip-up carry.
The six-inch blade is made from Japanese AUS 8A stainless steel with a black Tuff-Ex finish. The handle is textured Kray-Ex with a great amount of grip and a hole for a lanyard if desired.
The SRK’s biggest strength is its simplicity: there are no frills on this knife; even the simple act of locking the blade into its accompanied sheath feels very secure and straightforward and functional.
The 665 APB Assist features a 154CM stainless steel blade. This is an American-made premium grade stainless steel originally developed for tough industrial applications. Known for its best all-around qualities, it offers great corrosion resistance with good toughness and edge quality. The drop-point blade has a slow convex-curved drop in the point which characterizes a drop-point blade. This blade format lowers the point for control but adds strength to the tip. It is a very popular blade shape and is a great all-around blade format.
The Zancudo was designed by survival experts Mike Perrin and Jeff Randall at ESEE Knives and produced exclusively for KnifeCenter by Blue Ridge Knives. The product is a slim, well-built blade that punches above its weight in terms of price and function.
The three-inch blade is made from AUS-8 stainless steel with either a black or stonewash finish – very simple, but effective. It is deployed via the dual thumbstuds and there is a very slight bit of jimping on the spine for grip.
The handle features a digital camo FRN scale and a frame-lock mechanism, which is a nice addition on such an affordable folder. Feels very solid while still weighing in at just over three ounces. It has a flow-through design and a pocket clip that can be reversed for tip-up or tip-down right hand carry.
A weapons grade multi-tool in your wallet! The Everyday Carry Card is a precision crafted multi-tool made out of the highest grade blade steel available: CPM 3V. Harder than titanium, CPM 3V is a very high quality blade steel that is designed to hold an edge, be impact resistant and have a large amount of inherent strength. They are heat treated in a vacuum for uniformity, and cryogenically cooled to get the most strength this steel has to offer. Slim model features gold PVD coating and etched hex driver measurements on the reverse side. The EDC Card is completely sourced and crafted in the USA.
The DOC, which stands for “Death on Contact,” is a collaboration product between Marfione and Mick Strider of Strider Knives. It was originally produced as an automatic knife for the New York Custom Knife Show, and is now available in a manual configuration that is hand ground by Marfione.
It really is a beautiful knife. The four inch, hollow-ground blade is made from Elmax stainless steel with a black stonewash DLC finish. The handle is nicely milled carbon fiber with some of the same texturing as on the blade. It features a frame-lock design and a milled backspacer, both of which are made from bronze titanium, as is the rest of the hardware on the handle.
Beauty aside, this knife is a beast. The carbon fiber handle helps bring the weight down to just over five ounces, light for its overall nine-inch length, and great ergonomics and handle feel ensure that it will function as well as it photographs.
The week’s special is a combination kit that will help you stay sharp in every situation: this is the Kershaw 1304 Own It 4-Piece Set.
The main attraction of the kit, of course, is the blackwash assisted folder. It’s a solid knife you won’t feel bad about abusing in less-glamorous tasks. The three-and-a-half inch blade is made from 3Cr13 steel, and the rugged finish will hide all but the most glaring scratches. It is deployed via the flipper feature or the dual thumbstuds. The SpeedSafe assist is great, as always.
The stainless steel handle and frame-lock lock design give the knife a very solid – even weighty – feel, and there’s a bit of jimping on the back of the handle to ensure grip. It also features a lanyard loop and deep-pocket carry clip for tip-down carry.
Included with the knife is a four-function multi-tool featuring a cord cutter and bottle opener, as well as a small LED flashlight. Both are nice little additions to toss on a keychain or in a glove compartment or cupboard for emergency use.
Overall, the Kershaw Own It Set is a nice combo package at a price that’s hard to beat.
The 4300 CLA (Composite Lite Auto) by Benchmade is an extremely lightweight automatic folder weighing in at only 3.47 oz. Depress the button on the side of the handle and the blade fires into the open, locked position quicker than a Klay Thompson jumpshot.
The blade is made from 154CM stainless steel blade. This is an American-made premium grade stainless steel originally developed for tough industrial applications and known for its best all-around qualities. It offers great corrosion resistance with good toughness and edge quality. The drop-point blade has a slow convex-curved drop in the point which characterizes a drop-point blade. This blade format lowers the point for control but adds strength to the tip. It is a very popular blade shape and is a great all-around blade format.