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The Rajah II was developed by custom knifemaker Andrew Demko, one of the chief designers at Cold Steel. This knife does an excellent job taking the Kukri and adapting it to a folding version that will prove to be an instant classic. Try the Rajah today and experience for yourself the power of a Kukri that fits in your pocket. Find it at www.knifecenter.com.
Ernest Emerson’s knives are known for their hard use quality and no frills designs that absolutely work. They’re tactical designs and most production pieces feature CPM-154 blade steel, Titanium liner locks, and textured G10 handles. His custom knives give you something different but they cost an arm and a leg to get one. Emerson has teamed up with Zero Tolerance for the new 0620 model that gives you an Emerson design, with top quality and exotic materials. The new 0620CF model has a durable, milled carbon fiber face scale, thick Titanium frame lock, the patented Emerson Wave feature, and Bohler M390 super steel. It’s an amazing piece from two giants in the industry and we’re sure you will be impressed with this knife. Check it out now at www.knifecenter.com, also available in an economy version from Kershaw.
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 Lil’ LionSpy is another collaboration between Spyderco and LionSteel of Italy. This knife features a two-piece handle construction that consists of one black G10 scale and one titanium scale, both 3D machined with a ridge-like pattern. The blade is a sturdy 4.5mm thick and features a high flat grind and a pronounced belly for superior edge geometry and cutting performance. You will be very pleased with this knife, measures a hair over 7-1/8″ overall when open. Get one before they’re gone at www.knifecenter.com.
Special Run Zero Tolerance Knives are always ones to consider for both your pocket and for your collection. The 0350 model was a more carriable, more affordable option compared to the 0300 flagship folder designed by Mick Strider and Ken Onion. This knife gets almost every design aspect right for both a tactical and EDC folder. If you’re looking for a knife for that impossible to shop for collector or end user, this is a knife they are guaranteed to love. Get one before they are gone at www.knifecenter.com.