Gerber LHR Combat Knife Fixed Blade Reeve and Harsey Design

Gerber LHR Combat Knife Fixed Blade Reeve and Harsey Design
Gerber LHR Combat Knife Fixed Blade Reeve and Harsey Design
Gerber Knives has produced one of the most significant new knives we have seen in quite some time- and that’s saying something! This LHR was designed by both Chris Reeve and Bill Harsey and they are two of the finest designers in the world today. The construction is all done in the USA. The knife has a massive blade and a comfortable handle. The sheath is specially engineered to be able to be accessed by the wearer of the knife and not an opponent that he may be in close wquarters fighting with. It’s a unique and top quality system and the price is amazing.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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US Army Brand Combat Knives

US Army Brand Combat Knives
US Army Brand Combat Knives
We were amazed when we saw this new line from Taylor–the folks that make Smith & Wesson knives and Schrade Knives and tools. First we were amazed at the fact that no one had thought to license this brand for a knife line. Then we were amazed when we held the knives in out hand. These are heavy-duty, overbuilt knives at a great price every GI can afford.

Spyderco Military S30V Blade Titanium Handles

Spyderco Military S30V Blade Titanium Handles
Spyderco Military S30V Blade Titanium Handles
Spyderco Knives is one of our favorite companies. The Spyderco Military is a great series of combat folding knives. We have several models available. This new one, however, is really something.
It
is basically a combat Sebenza! Made in the USA by Spyderco Knives, it is made with the same materials found on a Chris Reeve Sebenza and Spyderco even calls their frame lock mechanism, the “Reeve Integral Lock.” The handles are Titanium. The blade is top quality S30V stainless. The shape and quality is Spyderco all the way.
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Chris Reeve Knives Mk IV 28 Year Commemorative

Chris Reeve Knives Mk IV 28 Year Commemorative Combat Knife
Chris Reeve Knives Mk IV 28 Year Commemorative Combat Knife
Chris Reeve one piece series of fixed blades are legendary.
The “One Piece” series from Chris Reeve has been the mainstay of their line for almost 30 years. Now the gentleman who has provided Chris his blades has decided to retire, and Chris has decided to retire the series–rather than find a new source for the blades. We will continue to have inventory in the “One Piece” series for several months. The exciting thing is the new 28 year commemorative of the Mark IV–the original “One Piece”. Only 250 of these are going to be available, so don’t dawdle!
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American Tomahawk Comanche Tomahawk G10 Handles

American Tomahawk Comanche Tomahawk G10 Handles
American Tomahawk Comanche Tomahawk G10 Handles
Good looking and deadly battle tomahawk. The sharpened tip is – very sharp and scary deadly. This is a great battle weapon.

This combat tomahawk measures 16 1/8″ overall. Black Teflon coated N690Co stainless full tang construction. Axe head has 3 5/8″ cutting edge on one side and 2 1/2″ double edge dagger blade on the other side. Textured gray G-10 handles. Molded black belt sheath. Made in USA.

Boker Applegate Besh Wedge Combat Knife

Boker Applegate Besh Wedge Combat Knife
Boker Applegate Besh Wedge Combat Knife
Boker Knives brought back the infamous Applegate Combat Knives several years ago and made them better than anyone ever had in the past. They have now integrated the very clever Besh Wedge tip into the design. This tip is another edge instead of being a point. You really have to examine the picture above top get the idea, but it is supposed to be stronger and more effective than a pointed tip. You can see them at: www.knifecenter.com
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Al Mar SERE Operator 5″ VG10 Steel Fixed Blade Knife

Al Mar SERE Operator 5
Al Mar SERE Operator VG10 Steel Combat Fixed Blade Knives
The Al Mar SERE Operator has been a well respected combat fixed blade knife for years. It just had a redesign and we like it very much. The holes in the handle really make a difference. The grip is better and the weight is lighter. They are out in 2 sizes with great combat sheaths included. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Benchmade Marc Lee “Glory” Commemorative Combat Knife

Benchmade Marc Lee
Benchmade Marc Lee “Glory” Commemorative Combat Knife
Benchmade makes some cool knives, but this one is right up there with the coolest. It’s a really full sized combat fixed blade with a recurved blade and great handle. If you were down to one knife and had your choice- this one would be a contender.
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Ontario’s Gen II Spec Plus Combat Knives

Ontario's Gen II Spec Plus Combat Knives
Ontario’s Gen II Spec Plus Combat Knives
Ontario’s Spec Plus line has been a staple of combat forces around the world for many years. They offer a variety of fixed blades not found elsewhere. This Generation 2 series has a more refined look and feel with a better finish to the blades and handles. Instead of 1095 epoxy powder coated-carbon steel blades, they are using 5160 Steel and a Phosphate finish. They look and feel great and are still made in the USA.

Boker Magnum Collection 2008 Bowie Knife

Boker Magnum Collection 2008 Bowie Knife
Boker Magnum Collection 2008 Bowie Knife
Blink and you will miss these. To the best of our knowledge, we have the only stock of Magnum 2008 year knives in the U.S. — Europe kept the rest of the 1999 pieces for themselves this year. So…there are a lot of folks who have collected this commemorative every year, and they are all gonna be trying to get them from us. We have a small batch that will go first come first serve, one per customer. We will try to pull the listing as soon as they are gone but please be patient with us as this is a situation where demand will far outstrip supply. Continue Reading