Another great collectible knife from Buck. The 110 Lochsa is named after the company’s current factory on Lochsa Street in Post Falls, Idaho. This version contains matte finished nickel silver bolsters, a premium S30V stainless steel blade and textured G10 handles that gives it a great appearance and a great grip. What sets this model apart from all others is the thumb stud and pocket clip which make it like a more modern folding knife – features not normally seen on a Buck 110 Folding Hunter. See this and other great American made Buck knives at www.knifecenter.com.
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The new 2014 assisted opening knife from Kershaw, the 1678 Camber, with an S30V steel blade and 6061-T6 aluminum handle with Trac-Tec inserts, is one sweet blade. Great opening action and a liner lock that keeps the blade securely in place makes this knife one I want for my everyday carry. If you’re a fan of the Blur model but like a flipper opening style, the Camber is for you. Great made in the USA Kershaw quality, get yours today at www.knifecenter.com.
The new Brous Blades Strife knives are just plain awesome, enough said. The lightweight, ultra tough carbon fiber scales which are 3D milled and attached to skeletonized titanium liners. The blade is every bit of 3.5″ with a great tanto shape, integrated flipper, finger choil, and thumb cut out. Includes a minute lanyard attachment point and a small deep carry pocket clip like the LionSteel SR-1, SR-2, and TM1 single-piece handle folders. They are great EDC/tactical blades, see the whole series at www.knifecenter.com.
The 477-1 is the Aqua anodized version of the Emissary 3.5, the larger version of the original Emissary model 470. All of the same great features and design cues from it’s smaller brother but with a larger, more capable blade. This would your perfect pocket knife for anyone on your Christmas list. It’s got a fast assist mechanism, lightweight yet durable aluminum handles and a lock for safety. Check it out now at www.knifecenter.com.
This lightweight, Italian made dagger with a double edged blade does immense damage in a single strike. It’s made from Bohler N690 stainless steel, an exclusive combination of steel and cobalt which offers high hardness and durability. The finger guard is well designed and, being part of the stock of the blade, is extremely strong. The polyamide handle is very ergonomic and properly stippled for maximum grip – this dagger clings perfectly to the hand of the person holding it. Comes with a glass breaker on the butt end and a very nice nylon sheath with a leg strap. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.
The Medford Praetorian G/T is one mighty knife. It’s kind of like a cross between a Strider’s beefy wideness and the size and strength of an Extrema Ratio folder. You get a very cool, very wide tanto style blade made from D2 tool steel with a tactical black oxide coating. The handle is very thin relative to the width of the blade, giving you exceptional cutting power for a folding knife. If you’re looking for a great tactical knife and one that is absolutely bomb-proof, look no further than the Medford Praetorian, also available in a more carriable Micro version.
Designed by Matt Diskin, the Kershaw 1085 Diskin Hunter is an ideal sized fixed blade. Large enough for tough jobs, slim enough for fine jobs, and light enough to carry all day. Built of premium 14C28N Sandvik stainless steel, the blade will take and hold a fine edge making this a very nice hunting tool. Comes with a high quality leather belt sheath and is backed by Kershaw’s lifetime warranty. Best of all is it’s made in the USA. Get yours today at www.knifecenter.com.