The Kershaw Blur is a favorite among knife enthusiasts for it’s speed and ergonomic design. It’s a great general purpose knife that is as good a choice for an everyday carry as it is for a tactical tool. Equipped with Sandvik 14C28N stainless steel, it provides the Blur with the corrosion resistance you need, and excellent edge-holding ability. Designed by Ken Onion. Get one today at www.knifecenter.com.
The Benchmade 477S Emissary is the second folder to feature the AXIS assist locking mechanism, after the Barrage. The spring assisted action of this slim, lightweight folder makes it a great EDC and tactical choice for anybody. The blade rockets out, and locks up tightly, each and every time you actuate the ambidextrous thumb studs. The handles are CNC machined from a billet of high strength aluminum alloy, giving the knife strength without adding weight. All in all this is a great pocketknife for anyone, especially Benchmade fans. It reminds us a lot of the 940m which is definitely on a short list of best folding knives ever made. Get your Emissary today at www.knifecenter.com.
The Brous Blade Sinners are lightweight yet incredibly solid feeling in your hand, and they are absolutely top quality knives. This is a collaboration between Jason Brous and Sal Manaro, a custom knifemaker from New York. It does have the feel of a custom quality knife. Jason has just about perfected his bearing system and detent, these flippers put the O’s in smooth action. With four different models and two one-offs from Jason Brous, I’m sure you can find the one for you. See them all at www.knifecenter.com
Heckler & Koch Knives by Benchmade introduces another unique model with the 14440SG Ally. It features a single-piece, folded stainless steel handle that adds strength while keeping the handle slim. Combining useful mechanisms, high quality materials and the “No Compromise” attitude expected from H&K, consumers should expect this to be an exceptionally popular model. Check it out now at www.knifecenter.com.
The 757 Vicar is a modern masterpiece created by custom knife designer Shane Sibert and brought to you by Benchmade Knives. It features a premium 0.162″ thick CPM-S30V stainless steel blade, with stout, ergonomic G10 handles. The liners are made from Titanium, and the lockbar is very easy to disengage, even though this knife locks up rock solidly. The dual thumb studs and titanium tip-up carry pocket clip makes this a great EDC knife, but it really shines as a tactical tool. It’s stout, rugged, large, overbuilt, and fun. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
Just in the new Spyderco Chaparral featuring a titanium handle that is 3D machined to reveal a beautiful pattern of alternating blue colored layers. As always, Spyderco kept the thickness of the handle and the weight of this knife perfect for a compact EDC folder. It’s one of the best compact knives on the market and a perfect example of the quality coming from Spyderco’s Taiwanese factories. I would put the quality of this knife up against any other on the market, any! These will go fast so if you want one you better get it today at www.knifecenter.com.
Originally designed to meet the specifications set by the TSA, the Spyderco Roadie also meets compliance laws in many areas where locking knives are banned. It incorporates a new Double Dent for fingernail-free, easy two-hand opening and safer closing. An improved notched-joint mechanism holds the blade open during use and is backed by a subtle index finger choil to prevent accidental closure. Pick one up today at www.knifecenter.com.