Buck Knives Introduces a New Classic!

Buck Fixed Blade Ranger Knife
Buck Knives Introduces a New Classic!
Buck Knives has done it again! Created in the inimitable style of the Buck Folding Hunters, this new fixed blade Ranger Knife is bound to be a hit. Using the Buck 420HC steel that made the others so famous, and featuring the same handle and bolster material, we see this knife as being a regular for many years. The look and feel is all Buck USA.
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Pinkerton Custom Fixed Blades

Pinkerton Custom Fixed Blade
Pinkerton  Custom Fixed Blades
These are beautiful knives. The Pinkerton Customs are custom made fixed blades from Dirk Pinkerton. They’re simple but really different and advanced in their design. The blades are very heavy and the handles are short but adequate. We like these knives and feel that they’re great values.
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New Knives from Down Under

Down Under Knives You Call That a Knife These Are Knives
Down Under Knives – You Call That a Knife?

Number 1 on the “KnifeCenter least favorite knife-themed comments list” is the venerable favorite that’s not a knife, this is a knife. Thus, it is with much groaning that I proclaim that this is a knife. Technically, these are knives would be more appropriate, since there are two models and one is a combo, but I digress. Bottom line, Down Under Knives is making some very cool, very well built product, at a very reasonable price.

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Wusthof Carving Knives, Just in Time for Thanksgiving

Wusthof Carving Kitchen Knives, Just in Time for Thanksgiving
Wusthof Carving Knives, Just in Time for Thanksgiving

This is our first Christmas as authorized retailers for Wusthof Cutlery kitchen knives… and we couldn’t be more excited. Wusthof is the finest line of traditional German kitchen knives available. So, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, we thought you should know about these great super specials on Wusthof carving knives!

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New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife

New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife
New Boker Ceramic Utility Kitchen Knife

Everyone should have at least one ceramic knife in their kitchen, as they are your best bet for everyday cutting chores. Ceramic knives will never corrode, they can go in the dishwasher, and they stay sharp 10 times longer than a metal blade. You shouldn’t torque them, or cut anything that might chip the edge… but if you can slice it, you’ll love doing it with a ceramic blade!

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New Designs from the Unique Mind of Dirk Pinkerton

New Designs from the Unique Mind of Dirk Pinkerton
New Designs from the Unique Mind of Dirk Pinkerton

The Dirk Pinkerton series from Meyerco contains some of the most refreshing and unique designs we have seen all year. The knives are fun, functional, and affordable. Whether you are looking for a small concealable neck knife for defense or a larger neck knife for utility purposes, the Pinkerton range has a knife to suit your needs.

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ESEE Knives IZULA: The Sequel

Rat Cutlery ESEE Knives IZULA II Neck Knife
ESEE Knives IZULA: The Sequel

The ESEE IZULA is one of the most popular knives to come out of ESEE Knives, formerly Rat Cutlery. The IZULA II takes everything that is great about the IZULA neck knife, and adds a 1/2″ longer handle. It also comes standard with Micarta handle slabs, which were a popular add-on for the original IZULA.

Although the original IZULA was definitely usable, the extra leverage that the IZULA II‘s extended handle provides makes the knife much more comfortable in large hands, and allows a greater amount of control of the knife in any hands. The Micarta handles improved the grip of the original IZULA, and are a welcome standard addition to the IZULA II. However, for those who would prefer the skeleton handles, or who would prefer to make their own custom handles, the Micarta handles can be easily removed.

The IZULA II is available as just the knife and sheath, or with a minimal survival kit. This kit includes a length of paracord, an emergency whistle, a fire flint, and various parts for additional carry methods, including a snap hook and a belt clip for the sheath.

If the IZULA II is as popular as the original IZULA, we will not be able to keep it in stock for long, so get yours today!

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New Zero Tolerance Model 0160 Combat Knife

Zero Tolerance 0160 Combat Knife
New Zero Tolerance Model 0160 Combat Knife

Zero Tolerance designs their knives with a no-nonsense attitude. These are knives that are meant for heavy duty use in combat situations. The Model 0160 is no exception. The full flat tang ensures stability and power, reflected in the heft of the knife. The blade, on the other hand, will hardly reflect anything at all, because of the Tungsten DLC coating. The thick spine reinforces the knife’s power, while the sleek shape boosts the agility. The sheath utilizes a positive holding system that holds the knife well, but it also includes a snap strap for extra security.

As an American made item, you know that the materials are high quality as well, with premium Sandvik 14C28N steel for the blade, and grippy 3D machined G-10 scales.

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Remember the Gerber Command II In Style

Thirtieth Anniversary Gerber Command II Combat Knife
Remember the Gerber Command II In Style

The Gerber Command II was a well received combat knife first manufactured in 1981. With a design based on the Mark II, the Command II featured a single edge as opposed to the Mark II‘s double edge, and serrations only at the tip of the unsharpened edge. This allowed the Command II to get around laws against double edged knives, which prohibited the Mark II.

To celebrate the upcoming anniversary of this popular knife, Gerber has chosen to issue a 30th anniversary version of the Command II made with S30V steel. The knife comes with a leather sheath, a wooden display case, and a certificate of authenticity. This is a limited edition knife, with only 1500 being made, so get yours today!

Made in the USA

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New Timberline Bush Guide Set

Timberline Kommer Bush Guide Hatchet and Skinning Knife
New Timberline Bush Guide Set

Russ Kommer is a hunting guide in Alaska, and his designs reflect the hard-use conditions of his home state. The new Timberline Bush Guide Hatchet and Skinner set features thick spines, and wear resistant materials. These are tools that could be taken out into the frozen Alaskan wilderness on a hunting trip, used to field dress the kill, and then taken back out the next week for camping in the deserts of Arizona. The hatchet can be used for cleaving bones or chopping firewood. The skinning knife could be used for skinning an elk, or slicing a steak for dinner.

Whether you are hunting elk in Colorado or on a survival exercise in Death Valley, California, you can’t go wrong with Timberline’s Hatchet and Skinner Combo set.

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