Colonel Rex Applegate’s legacy lives on in this intricate, superiorly manufactured Boker Applegate 6″ Commemorative Fighting Knife. With its beautiful rosewood handle, mirror polished 154CM steel blade, individual serialization and certificate of authenticity, this would be a great knife for your collection. There is only 199 pieces available in the U.S. market so get one today at www.knifecenter.com.
Limited to just 145 pieces worldwide, the Boker Jens Anso 67 is now available in the Anniversary series with Grenadill Wood handle scales. This top tier folding knife will be a wonderful addition to anyone’s collection or their EDC rotation. This Jens Anso classic features simple construction and surprisingly good ergonomics for such a unique design. The blade is made from high quality N690BO steel and features a titanium frame lock design. Get one before they are gone for good at www.knifecenter.com.
Check out these sweet blades by Dew Hara, son of the legendary Japanese knifemaker Koji Hara. These knives are just absolutely amazing. They have a push button lock that is engaged when the knife is both opened and closed. This allows you to flip the blade open once the button is depressed, much like doing an AXIS flip. There is beautiful file work on the blade and it contrasts well next to the mirror polished finish. When closed, this design slightly resembles the helmet and armor of ancient Japanese warriors – a very cool look. These beautiful knives would be a great addition to any knife collector. Get more information right here at www.knifecenter.com.
Special Run Zero Tolerance Knives are always ones to consider for both your pocket and for your collection. The 0350 model was a more carriable, more affordable option compared to the 0300 flagship folder designed by Mick Strider and Ken Onion. This knife gets almost every design aspect right for both a tactical and EDC folder. If you’re looking for a knife for that impossible to shop for collector or end user, this is a knife they are guaranteed to love. Get one before they are gone at www.knifecenter.com.
The new Midtech Custom Brous VR-71 Flippers are a series of one-offs customized by Jason himself. Each one has a unique look and handle material paired with a beautiful blackout D2 hollow ground blade. They utilize an integrated flipper for quick blade deployment on a ball bearing pivot system and are among the fastest and smoothest flippers available. If you are looking for a one of a kind everyday carry knife, this is what you’re looking for. Get one today before there gone for good at www.knifecenter.com.
Nocturnal Knives will flat out get the job done. Made from a 0.30″ thick stock of premium CPM-3V steel, each knife is built like an edge prybar – they’re that robust. The handles are American made G10, contoured and shaped slightly more blocky than other designs but it works. They’re especially comfortable to use wearing gloves. Each knife is hand ground for superior fit and finish and comes with a well constructed Kydex sheath. Check them out at www.knifecenter.com.
Another great collectible knife from Buck. The 110 Lochsa is named after the company’s current factory on Lochsa Street in Post Falls, Idaho. This version contains matte finished nickel silver bolsters, a premium S30V stainless steel blade and textured G10 handles that gives it a great appearance and a great grip. What sets this model apart from all others is the thumb stud and pocket clip which make it like a more modern folding knife – features not normally seen on a Buck 110 Folding Hunter. See this and other great American made Buck knives at www.knifecenter.com.
If you are looking for a good old fashion American made knife, a Case 125th Anniversary Smooth Olive Green Bone knife is just what your looking for. With eight traditional patterns to choose from anyone can find what they need in a size right for them. Each one is engraved with the anniversary logo on the handle and a celebratory stamp on the main blade’s tang, marking Case’s lifetime of achievements in American hand-crafting. See all eight right here at www.knifecenter.com.