The Burning Horizon is the first midtech offered by Bad Blood Knives. Collaboratively designed by custom knifemakers Sean Kendrick and David Mosier, it’s made in America by Chad Nichols Damascus. The knife features a 3.5” blade made from S35VN stainless steel with a heavily stonewashed finish and gold anodized Titanium handles. This is by far the best knife released so far from Bad Blood, it’s got top quality fit and finish. They are limited to only 200 so I would get one before they are gone at www.knifecenter.com.
Fixed blade (Decepter) or folding flipper (Urban Mistress), take your pick of one these great knives from Bad Blood, we are extremely excited to see these come in. Bothhave G10 handle scales that will give you a comfortable and sure grip under extreme circumstances. The fixed blade comes with a friction fit nylon fiber sheath with a removable belt clip. Either would make an excellent addition to anyone’s knife collection and will soon be your go to knife. Bad Blood reminds us of the Ontario RAT folders, quality way beyond their price points. See both at www.knifecenter.com.
The Bad Blood Wisper is one sweet looking blade. With the grooved, dual-tone red and black G10 handle, the Wisper is not only easy on the eyes but fits perfectly in your hand. When you need it, you will have a comfortable and sure grip no doubt. The finger choil and ample thumb ramp make up for the worthless jimping on the blade spine and really prevent you slipping forward onto the blade. Features a reinforced tip for added stabbing strength and comes with a friction fit sheath that you can use on a pack, belt or boot. Take a look at this cool new knife at www.knifecenter.com.
You may not have heard much about Bad Blood Knives, but I’m here to tell you that they are great hard use EDC option. Built along the lines of the Ontario RAT model 1 and 2 knives, they are overbuilt to the teeth. Full liners, thick stainless steel blades, and contoured G10 handles make them both attractive as well as durable. These two new models are popular fixed blade models engineered into tactical folders. The Razorhoof and Partisan Nano are two superb designs we are glad they’ve made into viable EDC options. A hawkbill blade like the Razorhoof is ideal for self defense while the belly of the Partisan Nano lends itself well to all your utility cutting tasks. Check out these great new folders that won’t break the bank at www.knifecenter.com. Continue Reading