This lightweight, Italian made dagger with a double edged blade does immense damage in a single strike. It’s made from Bohler N690 stainless steel, an exclusive combination of steel and cobalt which offers high hardness and durability. The finger guard is well designed and, being part of the stock of the blade, is extremely strong. The polyamide handle is very ergonomic and properly stippled for maximum grip – this dagger clings perfectly to the hand of the person holding it. Comes with a glass breaker on the butt end and a very nice nylon sheath with a leg strap. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.
The Ocean Master Dive Knives have been manufactured to be the perfect fixed blade knives for marine applications. They shines in virtually every cutting endeavor where in a first rate cutting tool is necessary. We are pleased to showcase these wonderful knives from a first rate company. Ocean Master Knives use a special, custom formulated Beta Titanium for their blades that offers high hardness while being totally corrosion resistant. If you are seeking a great way to tackle almost any cutting project, come look at the Ocean Master Dive Knives right here at www.knifecenter.com.
The fall hunting season is almost upon us and you just might need a new hunting knife. One that will perform precisely the way you need it to for years to come. Well check out the Benchmade 15009-ORG Steep Mountain Hunter, or any of the knives in the Benchmade Hunt series for that matter. They are purpose built tools with extremely nice materials in any configuration you might need. The Steep Mountain Hunter features a full tang CPM-S30V drop point blade with an incorporated a gut hook, making field dressing small to large game an easy task. Be prepared for any season for years to come, get your Benchmade Hunt 15009-ORG Steep Mountain Hunter today at www.knifecenter.com
If you need a knife for hunting, fishing, camping or sporting, the Camillus HT-7 fixed blade is a perfect choice. With a 3.5″ titanium bonded stainless steel blade with plenty belly, large lanyard hole, and great jimping – what is it missing? The handle is solid G10 and removable with Hex screws should that need ever arise. The sheath is the simple nylon variety which leaves some room for improvement but for $30, is definitely sufficient for most anyone’s needs. The HT-7 is a full tang design for maximum strength and the handle is extremely comfortable if you have small to medium sized hands. Want more information, go to www.knifecenter.com.
The SM-10T fixed blade knife from US custom knife maker Sal Manaro is based on a design that Sal originally developed for a SWAT officer. The design is rugged, strong, tactical, and reliable. The whopping 6.7 mm thick construction of the blade gives you a piece of mind that you can count on this knife for anything and everything. The single piece of 440C stainless steel is hollow ground along the main edge length to ensure a reasonably sharp cutting edge and flat ground near the tip to provide maximum strength. The textured G10 scales, adequate jimping, and great finger guard all ensure a firm grip and it includes a rugged kydex sheath with belt adapter. See it at www.knifecenter.com.
The Bladelight Camp is a very cool fixed blade by SOG. One might think that a “blade light” sounds kinda gimmicky, and it does, but the new SOG Bladelite actually “works”. I personally don’t think the blade itself (although it is adequate) is the best part of the overall offering. What makes the Bladelight is the sheath and the surprisingly powerful light. Although listed at ~ 37 Lumens, the light is emitted from 6 small bulbs making for a very powerful and focused beam. The light does not just work unsheathed, but with the sheath on as well – this is made possible by the six cutouts on the sheath and the Bladelight is equally bright with the sheath on or off. The sheath also features an indentation enabling the knife to make small wire/line cuts even when sheathed. Also there is a built-in sharpener on the sheath which is kinda handy. Now, more on the knife itself – it has a pretty good feel and the non-slip rubber handle makes it moderately grippy….and if you do drop it and it happens to break – it’s got a lifetime warranty so SOG will send ya a new one. The steel is 8Cr13MoV which is a good “value steel” with a decent balance of edge holding and corrosion resistance properties. Here at KnifeCenter, you can get this one with the satin blade and white light or with a black blade and red LED – KnifeCenter also offers a fillet knife version.
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This Columbia River Knife and Tool “First Production” fixed blade Redemption Tactical/Survival Knife definitely has an immediate WOW! factor. Here at KnifeCenter we were all impressed by the overall heft of the knife and the truly unique Ken Onion designed blade. This behemoth combat tactical weapon features G10 handles which provide for a more comfortable feel and ease of use and Includes a nylon sheath with belt loops, a leg strap, and an extra storage pocket. The knife is secured in a removable Kydex liner (simply unscrew one bolt) within the nylon sheath. The black plain blade features a dramatic recurve and is constructed using YK-30 high-carbon steel.
Whether you’re blazing through the jungle, removing unwanted brush from the backyard, or simply wish to impress your pals with this wicked beast of a knife, the Redemption will surely fit the bill. These are sure to move quickly so get yours here ASAP at www.knifecenter.com!!
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DPx Gear HEST II Fixed Blades Woodsman and Assault
DPx Gear and Robert Pelton have released great products over the last year or so. This year promises many more. These first 2 items for 2012 are short-run fixed blade versions of the Hostile Environment Survival Tool (HEST) II fixed blades. One is for the outdoors in general, the woodsman, and the other is black coated for stealth combat use. The handles are removable with storage in them. They are awesome knives and have the DPx signature features, the notch for dealing with hot things around a camp fire, the pointed end of the handle and the wrench cutout.
You can see these new knives at www.knifecenter.com
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