Made in the USA, the Emerson SOCFK (Special Operations Combat Folding Knife) uses 154CM premium steel and has a beautiful chisel ground tanto blade. The handle is the same ergonomic shape as the SARK (Search and Rescue Knife) and made from textured black G10 handles, which gives you a great grip. The blade can be quickly deployed from the pocket with the patented Emerson wave feature or with the ambidextrous thumb disc. The pocket clip is not reversible from right hand, tip-up carry – but that’s the way it’s best designed to be carried. On your right side, ready for immediate deployment. Check out this awesome folder now 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.
What are you carrying today? I have my good old Buck 110 Hunter.
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.
I was pleasantly surprised when unboxing the new Bad Blood Cross Fire Tanto. This reminds me alot of some other knives by popular manufacturers for a fraction of the price. The fit and finish done on the textured G10 handles are just exceptional. The grooved handles feel formed-fitted and feel very natural and secure while the flipper makes it very easy to quickly deploy your blade. Most of the knives I carry are set tip-down (personal preference) so may take a little getting used to the tip-up only pocket clip. However, with the design and value of this knife, it’s definitely not a deal breaker. This is a knife you can count on day in and day out. For more info to www.knifecenter.com.
The design on the handle of the Kizer Ki4423 is a work of art…literally. The designer (Kim Ning) incorporated two important Ancient Chinese Symbols: “Ling Zi (Pheasant Tail)” and “Hui ZhuanLun (Gyroscopewheel)” inspired by a treasured Chinese sword. It has probably the smoothest opening action of any knife I’ve ever seen, probably because it is made entirely by hand. The fit, finish, buttery smooth action, razor sharpness, and materials are exactly what you look for in a knife twice this price. The new 4423 from Kizer is a knife you must handle to appreciate just how nice it really is, check it out 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.
The Fallkniven PC is a perfect everyday carry knife. It’s lightweight, durable, slim, ergonomic, and quality. With a fiberglass reinforced Grilon handle and a blade is made of Cobalt Special Steel, you get a lot of knife for the money. The blade has nail notches on both sides of the blade for use by right and left handers and can be classified as a two-handed opening knife. No lanyard hole or jimping whatsoever on this guy but it does have a nice, easy to manipulate liner lock for safety. See more at www.knifecenter.com.