The ultra durable, heavy duty Rat Model 1 has always been hindered in popularity by it’s five once carry weight and large tactical looking 3.6″ blade. For those who have long awaited a more carryable knife from Ontario with the same excellent design as the Model 1, you’ll thoroughly enjoy it’s new smaller brother – the Rat Model 2. This 7″ overall EDC folder comes in at only 2.7 ounces while boasting a 3″ AUS-8 blade available with or without serrations or a black blade coating. It’s a much thinner profile as well making for a much more easily carried knife that you can still depend on for the most serious cutting tasks. Check out the new Ontario Rat 2’s with pink or black FRN handles at www.knifecenter.com.
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The latest addition to the Spyderco line is the folding Puukko design by Pekka Tuominen, the Nilakka, and what a cool knife this is. Based off the successful Spydero FB28WDP Puukko and adapted for the folding knife enthusiast, the Nilakka is unlike any other knife in your collection. The squared off G10 handle is robust, comfortable in the hand and will not rip up your pockets. The knife buries deeply, opens smoothly and locks up tightly – as with all Spydercos. What makes the Nilakka unique is the zero grind it incorporates all the way down the blade to the cutting edge. There is not a separate bevel on the edge, which makes resharpening the knife more difficult but this kind of grind is unparalleled in slicing performance. You can find this unique folding knife at www.knifecenter.com.
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Knives have been carried on the belt for ages but only recently have they become part of the actual buckle itself. These cool new pieces from Benchmark Knives are slim locking knives that don’t appear out of place when prominently attached to your torso. They’re very high quality, durable, ergonomic, and extremely sharp right out of the box. They make perfect daily carry options, available with G10 or Pakkawood handle scales, and attach to the buckle with a strong stainless steel clip. Check out these sharp new accessories at www.knifecenter.com.
Recently anointed the Best Imported Knife of 2012 at the Blade Show in Atlanta, the CRKT Foresight has now arrived at the KnifeCenter. This truly is a robust tactical folder with a 3.5″ Titanium-Nitride coated AUS 8 blade, available with or without serrations. The handle is extremely well contoured, anodized aluminum to provide a firm hold on the knife in both the forward and reverse grips. The added finger grooves are identical on both sides so both righties and lefties can get an extremely comfortable grip for hard use cutting. Featuring the Ikoma Korth Bearing System (IKBS), you might think this knife is an assisted model as it flies open so fast. It’s just that silky-smooth. The clip is quite strong and carries deeply in the pocket but is only situated for tip down, right hand carry. This is actually a safety feature of the design to minimize the chances of the blade opening when it’s entering or exiting your pocket. An extremely stout folding knife design, the Foresight is a great tactical blade that is perfectly designed to be a large EDC folder as well. You can find this new brilliant Ken Onion knife at www.knifecenter.com.
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One if not the most popular and recognizable blades in the world now has a younger brother to compete with. The Tenacious, Spyderco’s first ever main line knife to be produced in China, is now available with Foliage Green G10 handle scales. Everything you’ve seen, heard or read about this knife is definitely true. The ergonomics, fit, finish, lockup, deployment, clip positioning, blade shape, and materials are all excellent, more like amazing at the price point. Pick up one for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a family member you may not even like, there’s a model for everyone at www.knifecenter.com.
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The CRKT Ripple introduces a new knife to the line, an economical version with aluminum handles and a linerlock. The original Ripple models are available in two sizes, one with a 3.125″ blade, the other 2.7″ and both feature titanium nitride coated stainless steel handles and a framelock. Designed by well known knife maker Ken Onion, the Ripple integrates the IKBS internal knife ball-bearing system for super smooth and fast opening action. All the handles are CNC machined with the ripple pattern as well as over 40 small holes to lighten the weight of the knife. For a nearly 7.5″ overall knife, it’s extremely light at only 2.5 ounces. You can see this at www.knifecenter.com.
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Spyderco has partnered with the National Law Enforcement Officer Museum Foundation on this commemorative knife for a great cause. The Delica is one of Spyderco’s flagship knives and a portion of the proceeds for this model will be donated to the museum project. The Full Flat Ground Delica4 was introduced in 2010 and has become and instant hit in the knife community. The thinner blade profile is an absolute breeze to carry at only 2.4 oz. and it slices through coarse material with less drag than a traditional hollow grind. Now you can get this awesome blade in addition to assisting a good cause with the Spyderco NLEOMF Delica4. You can see this at www.knifecenter.com. Continue Reading