Spyderco C60GP Massad Ayoob Folding Knife 3-5/8″ VG10 Satin Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles
Spyderco Knives released the original Massad Ayoob folding pocketknife years ago. The design is very unusual looking with a distinctively upswept and thin blade. This latest rendition of the Spyderco Massad Ayoob Folding knife has all the bells and whistles. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus Jim Burke NEW Resurrection Folding Knife
This is a reissue of the Mini-Ressurection. Boker Knives has re-released it with slightly thinner liners and blade than the former one, with a 3-3/4″ long blade with a width, This Jim Burke knife doesn’t feel in any way small. The Mini Resurrection and they both have a lot of really great features and top manufacturing quality all rolled into a knife at a great price. It has the wide, heavy blade like the Zero Tolerance and Strider lines, although not quite to that extent. The liner is strong and the G-10 handle is well designed and also massive. There is jimping on the top of the blade for thumb purchase. The wide pocket clip is also a great feature similar to the Kershaw Junkyard Dog and Packrat models. This is a cool knife that will do real work at a great price. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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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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We are having a premonition… That you will love this knife! The Premonition is the latest pocket knife from Columbia River’s boy wonder, Gerry McGinnis, who is producing a plethora of pocketknives while completing an engineering degree at North Carolina State University. The Premonition follows Mr. McGinnis’ trend of flipper opening knives, which allows for assisted-fast opening without the weight or potential legal issues of the assisted mechanism. When opened, the flipper also acts as finger guard. The opening speed is perfectly complemented by a thin, sleek design, light weight, and great balance. The black and blue G-10 handles round everything off.
How can we offer all of this starting at $28.95? You’ll just have to check your crystal ball.
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The kukri is a very popular fixed blade knife, the shape of which has frequently been adapted to machetes, but it is rarely seen on a folder. In fact, the only other folding kukris we currently carry are Cold Steel’s Rajah II and Rajah III.
Hailing from Nepal and India, the primary feature of the kukri is the heavy recurve, which results in the blade being much thicker at the tip. For traditional kukris, this makes them much more capable for chopping tasks. The folding kukri is not nearly as good for chopping large pieces of wood, but the shape still makes it great for other tasks. The recurve creates a dip in the knife that prevents the item that is being cut from slipping away from the knife, making it easier to cut wet rope or fish. It also creates a longer usable edge than other blades of similar length. Although there is no thumbstud or hole, the nail nick creates more than enough friction for opening the knife one handed.
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Al Mar Knives Payara Folder
Al Mar quality is famous. They have their knives made in the best factories in Japan using the best materials. Instead of flooding the market with different models, they carefully select designs that will work for years and years. They create classics and that is what this new liner locking folder is. The blade shape is highly unusual and is sure to be a hit with a lot of people.
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Blackhawk Hornet II designed by Keating
Remember the Keating Hornet from Masters of Defense? They still offer the automatic version made in the USA. Blackhawk bought the Masters of Defense company years ago and have tried to keep their best models available while offering many new models. The Hornet II is similar to the old model in size and style, but has some interesting differences. The Hornet II is a more modern combat folder. The handles are textured G10 with full liners on both sides. The blade steel is AUS8A stainless.
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