The Doc Shiffer Field Grade Recons are midtechs with the same buttery action as the full custom models, and excellent build quality. The stonewashed blade is just begging to be used and N690 stainless steel provides excellent corrosion resistance. The handles are made from 0.15″ thick Titanium slabs and are available in a variety of colors, as is the Titanium pocket clip. You also have your choice of a lightweight flow-though design, or an anodized Titanium backspacer with a nice jimped texture. Check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
You can not beat the price and the functionality behind these Schrade Utility Liner Lock Folders. These knives are lightweight but strong enough to get the job done. They’re excellent designs and there is sure to be a model that catches your eye and fits your needs well. Give them a try, you will not be disappointed – excellent quality for the price. See them all at www.knifecenter.com.
The Deuce Redux Flipper is just downright, simply put one beautiful knife. It’s the first model run from Ferrum Forge that might be better as a safe queen than a user. The polished Titanium handles have blue anodizing on the edges and interior for a very classy look. The marble carbon fiber inlays are some of Elliot Williamson favorite material and it’s a beautiful look against the silver and blue. This knife is worth every penny, trust me when I say the Ferrum Forge Deuce Redux will not disappoint. Action, lockup, detent, fit, and finish are second to none. Find out more for yourself at www.knifecenter.com.
A knife? A flashlight? How about both. The SOG Bladelight Minis are the best knives in low light situations, and they’re not just gimmicks. The LEDs on both sides of the blade will light up whatever you are cutting. Since these knives are water resistant, they’re the perfect knife for use on a boat, or near the water. Just remember to oil the blades regularly as salt water does major damage quickly to stainless steel. Get one today at www.knifecenter.com.
The Smith & Wesson CK401 Drop Point Frame Lock is a manual-folding knife with style. The frame sports a two-tone, black and brushed steel finish, which is the same on the blade and it really gives this knife a cool look. For the price, this is a knife worth having, even considering its diminutive size. It’s only 5.88″ overall, but ergonomically it’s excellent. We look forward to seeing a larger brother in the future. For now, take a closer look at the new CK401 at www.knifecenter.com.
The Schrade Uncle Henry Elk Hunter and Skinner are great for all your outdoor needs. With blades made from 7Cr17MoV high carbon stainless steel, they have excellent corrosion resistance and will take a very fine edge. The handles are made of Staglon, which is a plastic-like material with the visual appearance of stag. They both come with premium brown leather belt sheaths and either one would make a great first hunting knife. See more information at www.knifecenter.com.
The Kershaw Blur is a favorite among knife enthusiasts for it’s speed and ergonomic design. It’s a great general purpose knife that is as good a choice for an everyday carry as it is for a tactical tool. Equipped with Sandvik 14C28N stainless steel, it provides the Blur with the corrosion resistance you need, and excellent edge-holding ability. Designed by Ken Onion. Get one today at www.knifecenter.com.
Kizer collaborated with custom knifemaker Matt Cucchiara to bring you the Flashbang and Dorado folders. Every surface and every edge on each handle is contoured for comfort, and gives these knives an exceptional look and feel. The pocket clip is machined titanium to complement the sleek style of these knives. Overall, these are superb knives. They truly capture the design style and quality of Cucchiara Knives, and are great values for the money. See them at www.knifecenter.com.
Three new colors are added this year to the family of the Shuffle, an awesome compact folder from Kershaw. But it’s not just looks that are important, this design is one of our favorite small folders at any price point. It sports a wide drop-point style blade, a back spacer that doubles as a bottle-opener, and a lanyard hole that is also an emergency screwdriver. And the ergonomics are out of this world. Pick out one in your color at www.knifecenter.com.
To start with, Reate Knives are made in China, but that’s the only criticism you can lay against these knives. All three of the knive’s actions are so smooth they feel like they are assisted and the price of these knives is well below their quality level. Plain and simply, these are superb designs with excellent materials and affordable prices, making these some of the best everyday carry knives on the market. These knives can handle anything and everything you will throw at them and most likely will replace and EDC knife you are currently carrying. Check them out at www.knifecenter.com.