Helle Survivor Man Temagami Knife
Helle is a very cool company and this new Survivor Man series is great. They make amazing products in Norway that are really world class. They use top quality materials for real world use. The wood they use is extraordinary and people give the steel rave reviews. It gets razor sharp and is easy to sharpen. When you get a Helle knife, it arrives in its cardboard tube and the knife is in its sheath with a cleaning cloth over it. The knife fits nice and snug in the formed leather, Their prices are reasonable for top quality products. These Survivor Man items are new and they seem great with a polished blade and oiled wood handles. The grip feels perfect. These are not fancy knives, but are items to be used and depended upon. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Cold Steel Leatherneck SF
Recently released by Cold Steel, we are proud to offer the incredible Leatherneck! Featuring full-tang construction, the 6 3/4″ high-carbon SK-5 blade is flat ground on both sides-ideal for cutting or slicing. Cold Steel is well known for the toughness of their products, and the Leatherneck just may set a new standard-it’s that solid! The handle is made from extremely grippy, deeply checkered Kraton® material. The Leatherneck also features a machined steel butt cap for use as a hammer or impact tool if necessary. It ships with a sturdy Secure-Ex® sheath, complete with fully detachable and ambidextrous belt loop. Check ’em out at www.knifecenter.com. Semper fi!
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Gil Hibben Hibben Sub Hilt Assault Bowie
This is a great sub-hilt combat knife from United Cutlery and designed by the infamous Gil Hibben. It has a Micarta handle that really fits your hand nicely- at least it fits mine which is a medium size. The price is exceptional especially when you compare it to the Cold Steel Black Bear model, although that one is of a much finer quality, made in Japan with San Mai steel. The look is similar, but the similarity doesn’t extend much further. Smith and Wesson came out with a monster subhilt recently that even has this one beat on price, although it doesn’t have Gil Hibben‘s sense of design. This Gil Hibben one is affordable and has a nice, leather sheath included. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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United Cutlery SOA Assault Knife
United Cutlery puts out an interesting assortment of products. Some are fantasy, some are curiosities and some are decent usable products. This fixed blade SOA (Special Operations Association) model is one of the latter. They are economically produced in China (of course) and have a decent quality of steel (AUS-6) and a great pattern of relief on the Micarta handles. We can market these at $38.95 which is a great price for a decent knife. They have a Kydex sheath with a belt clip. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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New Condor Tool and Knife Barong Machete!
The Filipino Barong Machete is a great choice for several reasons. It is longer than most fighting knives without being measurably heavier – making it a favorite of martial arts folks. It’s a very easy and effective weapon to wield. It is also a favorite of outdoorsmen in the know, as it is weighted towards the front of the blade, making it great for clearing foliage tirelessly.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus TUF Urban Fixed Blade
Boker Knives produces another great fixed blade knife. Once again Boker takes a great and innovative design by some great craftsmen and has it produced at the top quality Asian factories at amazing prices. In short- you get the best designs at the best prices. This knife makes a great camp knife because of its medium size and easy carry options. It will work well in a camp kitchen. It would make a nice bushcraft knife with the wide, flat ground hard steel blade. The shape of this knife is really unique with a great handle made of dark Cocobolo wood that cradles your hand. Blade shape is wide and flat ground. The blade is nicely polished 440C – which is a steel that a lot of users respect quite a bit. The sheath design is also new and innovative. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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United Gil Hibben Old West Toothpick Knife 11-7/8″ Blade
United Cutlery has some great products and their Hibben designs are among them. These Old West Toothpicks are well made of good materials and very collectible. The stainless blades won’t rust on your shelf and the workmanship will amaze you.
You can see these Old West Toothpicks at www.knifecenter.com
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Ontario Blackbird SK-5 Wilderness Survival Knife
Ontario Knives ventures into the world of Bushcraft with their new Blackbird SK-5 Wilderness survival knife. It’s built like their Ranger and RT series, except it is styles for survival and uses 154CM American stainless instead of 1095 carbon steel. Ontario knives is a premier American knife company.
This is a great American made knife.
You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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Bear OPS Combat Knives from Bear and Son Cutlery
Bear and Son Cutlery is one of America’s premier manufacturers. They have a selection of folding pocketknives and fixed blades that casual users and hunters have carried for years. Now, Bear and Son is offering a selection of good quality and all American made combat knives called the Bear Ops. We’re proud to be one of the first dealers to offer these to the public and you can see the Bear Ops selection at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus SOB (Spec Ops Blade)
We’ve mentioned the lack of gentleman’s fixed blades on the market these days, and though it is a little on the big side, we think the new Boker Spec Ops Blade falls into this great category. The SOB, as it is called, features Micarta scales and a Kydex sheath that can be matched to a Tek-Lok—though it is not included. The knife is comfortable in the hand, and the modified sheepsfoot blade is built for a variety of tasks—utility, tactical, and even culinary!
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