Pull-through sharpeners are by far the easiest to use of any sharpener type. All you need to do is set it up and pull your blade through for fast, simple, and effective results. The Warthog Sharpeners V-Sharp Classic II is a new, adjustable angle design with multiple diamond sharpening rods you can use with all your different knives. The Curve is a compact, easy to use, highly portable model that always provides the right amount of pressure to the edge when you pull it through. What sets these apart from every other pull-through sharpener on the market is that these include a blade guide for precisely lining up the edge with the sharpening rods. Warthog Sharpeners are designed to be used by anyone to quickly achieve a functional edge, no matter your sharpening experience. You can find these excellent new sharpening products at www.knifecenter.com.
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The Tailwind Urban Tactical Stilettos are slim lightweight folders with quite a kick. They take the Stiletto design to the next level and you get an ergonomic, functional, and economical knife with a great tactical look. Available with the classic spear point blade shape or a more tactical tanto design, all are 7CR17 stainless steel blades coated in black for improved corrosion resistance. A double finder guard, deep carry bayonet clip, large lanyard hole, and solid liner lock are just a few of the many features on these knives. An excellent bang for your buck, check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
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William Scagel, rest his soul, can be considered the father of modern custom knifemaking as many of his designs and techniques are still copied and used to this day. Scagel’s style of using stacked leather and stag, paired with a drop point hunting blade became popular for it’s quality, elegance, and high degree of function. Scagel Knives were always 100% handmade, as William preferred it, making original Scagel models extremely hard to come by. Today, a new company has begun remaking Scagel knives to the same exacting standards in Michigan and they come in two different fixed blade models, the Bowie and the Hunter. Whether you prefer stag or leather, a maneuverable 5-3/8″ blade or a larger 8″ size for more serious tasks, there’s a Scagel configuration for you. Get one in your hand and you’ll be able to tell the absolute quality of every William Scagel knife, available at www.knifecenter.com.
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Victorinox Swiss Army Classic Fashion Designs
Victoriniox Swiss Army is the original Swiss Army Knife.
Ahhh spring… time for the arrival of all the new fashions… especially those that grace the handles of Swiss Army Classics. Every year at this time, Victorinox Swiss Army Brands releases a short run of Classics with quirky and fun handle patterns. This year is no exception and we expect these to be all the rage in Paris and Milan… Paris, Texas and Milan, Ohio that is. So, don’t be embarrassed at your next social event because your Swiss Army Knife is that boring old red color.
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Classic Swiss Army Pocketknives, With High Style!
These knives take the timeless Classics and dress them up for fun! These are perfect for men and women, young and old. There are even several that are geared towards adding a splash of cheer to your wintertime! So, grab a High Society Classic, and add some Class[ic] to your keychain.
Comes in houndstooth, pink camo, argyle, red snowflake, hunter green snowflake, and black snowflake designs.
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New Winchester Reverse Gunstock Folding Knives!
Not to be confused with the inexpensive Winchester knives made by Gerber in China, the beautiful Winchester knives made by Blue Grass Cutlery in Ohio are made by hand with new world materials and old world patterns. See this classic Reverse Gunstock Series and choose from burnt orange bone or stag for your handle.
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Case Classics Vintage Pattern Series
Case Knives is a vintage American knife company. Case has been making these classic knife patterns since they were not classic—in other words since they were fresh new patterns. Who else would you turn to for a beautiful old pattern than the people who have kept those old patterns—and materials—alive all these years?
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