The tides of the fixed blade knife are a-changing and Hardcore Hardware Australia is riding that wave and doing it very well. These days people are flocking to the larger, bulkier knives that have a multitude of uses beyond cutting. They want to be able to chop, pry, split, saw, dig, hammer, break, etc. from a single tool that they always have at their side. Much like Mercworx, Robson RPW, and Medford Knives, these are meant for battlefield use and hard use at that. All blades and tactical axes are made from Teflon coated D2 tool steel and measure at least 6 mm thick. This gives you peace of mind that Hardcore Hardware knives can handle what needs to be done, even if not intended to do so. Fit and finish is right up there with Spartan Blades when it comes to fixed knives, they are just perfectly ground, honed, and assembled to give you a tool that will last years. Check out this newest bomb proof line of knives at www.knifecenter.com.
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New Condor Products – Just In!
Condor Tool and Knife company has been supplying America with great quality machetes, knives, and tools for several years. The KnifeCenter was their very first customer in the US! Since the start, the design and quality of their products has been extraordinary and we love being able to offer these fine products to you. Condor just released a bunch of new items which we think their fans will really love. They have a new Kukri, several new machetes, throwing stars and a lot more. You can see their whole selection at the Condor Brand page and see just their new items at www.knifecenter.com.
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New Timberline Bush Guide Set
Russ Kommer is a hunting guide in Alaska, and his designs reflect the hard-use conditions of his home state. The new Timberline Bush Guide Hatchet and Skinner set features thick spines, and wear resistant materials. These are tools that could be taken out into the frozen Alaskan wilderness on a hunting trip, used to field dress the kill, and then taken back out the next week for camping in the deserts of Arizona. The hatchet can be used for cleaving bones or chopping firewood. The skinning knife could be used for skinning an elk, or slicing a steak for dinner.
Whether you are hunting elk in Colorado or on a survival exercise in Death Valley, California, you can’t go wrong with Timberline’s Hatchet and Skinner Combo set.
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