Check out these sweet blades by Dew Hara, son of the legendary Japanese knifemaker Koji Hara. These knives are just absolutely amazing. They have a push button lock that is engaged when the knife is both opened and closed. This allows you to flip the blade open once the button is depressed, much like doing an AXIS flip. There is beautiful file work on the blade and it contrasts well next to the mirror polished finish. When closed, this design slightly resembles the helmet and armor of ancient Japanese warriors – a very cool look. These beautiful knives would be a great addition to any knife collector. Get more information right here at www.knifecenter.com.
The Serum folders are brand new Benchmade knives and the first to use the AXIS Dual Action mechanism. If functions exactly the same as a regular AXIS lock but allows for both manual or automatic action, depending on your mood. To get the lighting fast AUTO action, pull back on the AXIS lock, then pull back a little further and smack! The blade opens ultra-smoothly when using the thumb studs and fast and hard when using the AUTO mechanism. The G10 handles, 154CM stainless steel and reversible tip-up carry pocket clip make this a great knife for anyone. This is definitely a Benchmade series you have to check out and you can find them at www.knifecenter.com.
Another great collectible knife from Buck. The 110 Lochsa is named after the company’s current factory on Lochsa Street in Post Falls, Idaho. This version contains matte finished nickel silver bolsters, a premium S30V stainless steel blade and textured G10 handles that gives it a great appearance and a great grip. What sets this model apart from all others is the thumb stud and pocket clip which make it like a more modern folding knife – features not normally seen on a Buck 110 Folding Hunter. See this and other great American made Buck knives at www.knifecenter.com.
The new 2014 assisted opening knife from Kershaw, the 1678 Camber, with an S30V steel blade and 6061-T6 aluminum handle with Trac-Tec inserts, is one sweet blade. Great opening action and a liner lock that keeps the blade securely in place makes this knife one I want for my everyday carry. If you’re a fan of the Blur model but like a flipper opening style, the Camber is for you. Great made in the USA Kershaw quality, get yours today at www.knifecenter.com.
The new Brous Blades Strife knives are just plain awesome, enough said. The lightweight, ultra tough carbon fiber scales which are 3D milled and attached to skeletonized titanium liners. The blade is every bit of 3.5″ with a great tanto shape, integrated flipper, finger choil, and thumb cut out. Includes a minute lanyard attachment point and a small deep carry pocket clip like the LionSteel SR-1, SR-2, and TM1 single-piece handle folders. They are great EDC/tactical blades, see the whole series at www.knifecenter.com.