Is it a tactical combat knife or a wilderness blade? That’s for you to decide. The Combat Kukri from KA-BAR is an extremely versatile knife built to handle the toughest tasks with ease. Fitted with an 8-1/2″ curved blade, the Kukri is well designed for chopping and hacking or for draw cuts and slashes. The Kraton handle provides a good, hand-filling grip and also helps to reduce shock absorbed by the hand. The pommel at the butt end adds to the knife’s capabilities, allowing for light hammering and smashing duties. For a knife measuring in at just over 13″, the best thing about the Combat Kukri is it’s weight. At 13.4 ounces, you get enough weight behind it to get the job done but the balance of the knife makes it feel much lighter and it’s very very maneuverable. Whether you’re a combat professional or weekend camper, try out a Combat Kukri for yourself and find out just how great this knife really is. Best of all, it’s proudly made in the USA and available at www.knifecenter.com.
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Scorpion Knives are a new brand for us here at the KnifeCenter and they are some of the most well designed, overbuilt fixed blades we have ever seen. Most, well actually all the knife designers at Scorpion use their real world experiences to bring new features and uses to their particular knife designs. From Chris Caine, Anton du Plessis, and John Wiseman to Geoff Todd, John Campbell, and Bob Beasley, Scorpion Knives are specifically designed to do all the tasks expected by both the combat soldier and survival enthusiast. Using a variety of blade and handle materials, one thing remains constant; a 3/16″ (or thicker) full tang slab of hardened steel is the heart of the knife. Check one out today for yourself and you will not be disappointed. See the entire line at www.knifecenter.com.
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United Cutlery Survival Kukri Sawkback Machete
“You got saw in my machete!”
“You got machete in my saw!”
Okay, it probably didn’t happen like that. But United Cutlery has put out a new sawback kukri machete that is, pardon my French, pretty darn cool. At 21″ overall, it’s portable enough to bring on most any outdoor activity, and its robust 14-3/4″ full-tang blade is up to whatever task you can throw at it. Even better, it’s got sawback serrations to make nice clean cuts whether you’re building a survival shelter or just cutting that tree limb in the front yard down to size. It ships with a lanyard and a durable nylon sheath. Available in gray or yellow. Check ’em out at www.knifecenter.com !
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Try the Boker Magnum Pocket Kukri
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.
Boker’s new Magnum Pocket Kukri has one big advantage over the Rajah series: It is a fraction of the price. At $17.95, you have the perfect excuse to indulge your curiosity and check out this knife.
See this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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United Cutlery M48 Kommando Kukhri Machete
United Cutlery has imported a nice Kukhri machete that has a 12.5″ stainless steel blade and a large, well formed and removable handle. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com. It also includes a decent Nylon sheath with a large belt loop. Better yet, the price is $22.95! The edge is evenly ground and reasonably sharp. These should do some work.
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Spyderco Khukuri by Ed Schempp
Spyderco has some of the coolest knives in the world. This Kuhkhri folder is among them and, naturally, it came by way of the visionary knife maker, Ed Schempp. This knife, when folded, feels like a very small folder. Because the blade is bent, when it is open the blade is really pretty significant. This makes an ideal every day carry knife. Spyderco will often bring these models out in short runs and, if they don’t keep selling well, will discontinue them. If this appeals to you, grab one. We like them a lot.
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Cold Steel Rajah II Folding Kukri with 6″ Blade
A new monster sized folder from Cold Steel– the masters of this type of knife! This Rajah utilizes the great Kukri style of blade that is large enough to actually feel like a Kukri fixed blade. This is a knife to be experienced. It is the first of 2 Rajah knives and the other should arrive soon, but this one is more economical.
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Spyderco Rock Salt
The Rock Salt is an amazing knife. First of all, it was designed by one of the most creative designers anywhere, Ed Schempp. It has a Kuhkri style blade with a great handle. The steel they used for the blade is the H1 which has been tested again and again for rust resistance, and the folks at Spyderco cannot get it to rust! On top of that, it holds a great edge. You can use this knife in any environment.
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