SOG SE38 Force
It would’ve been easy not to write anything about this knife, and just let the picture do the talking.
SOG‘s new SE38 Force Fixed blade knife is nothing short of a beast. It sports a thick, minimally ground full-tang AUS-8 blade for strength, wrapped in a grippy fiberglass-reinforced handle and terminating in a solid glass breaker. SOG also includes a nylon MOLLE-compatible sheath. In short, this knife is a force to be reckoned with. Take a look for yourself at www.knifecenter.com!
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Columbia River Williams Shinbu
New from Columbia River Knife and Tool, it’s the stunning new Shinbu, designed by James Williams. It boasts an aggressive tanto-style blade made from YK-30 steel, cord-wrapping over stingray skin handle, and comes in a custom dark lacquer wooden presentation and storage. Make no mistake, however; this isn’t a museum piece-it was designed for our coalition forces serving overseas. Ships with a custom-fitted Kydex® sheath which can be belt-mounted.
See these and other Columbia River products at www.knifecenter.com.
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Benchmade Nim Cub II™ Compact Combat Fixed Blades
The latest incarnation of the Nimravus is the new Nim Cub II. The Nimravis design was always very well received at www.knifecenter.com by our combat troops and various outdoorsmen that need an easy to carry, well made fixed blade built of good materials. These are USA made with 154CM stainless steel. The handle feels like metal although it is made of Noryl GTX (a plastic material). The sheath is molded Nylon.
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SOG Fusion Fixation Fixed Blades
SOG’s combat fixed blades are legendary. Originally, they were all made in the finest factories in Japan. SOG has since moved most of their production to Taiwan. Then, they discovered the quality manufacturing now available in China and they are really taking advantage of it. These are classic SOG designs and the quality is great. The pricing, though, is really incredible. While the dollar still buys something extra from mainland China, you should take advantage of these great values. These fixed blades are well made. The materials are pretty good, too. Both of the full sized fixed blades are for sale for under $35 each! It generally costs more than that to buy a sheath!
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