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.
Recently arrived from Spyderco, we’re proud to offer the incredible new Des Horn Folder! Manufactured from CPM-s30V high-carbon stainless steel and furrowed Micarta handles, the resulting knife is surprisingly lightweight for its size, yet offers robust construction and edge retention.
Designed by South African dentist Des Horn, this awesome knife is his first collaboration with Spyderco. The blade includes elements of both a spear point and Wharncliffe shape, and is hollow ground to a razor sharp edge. The Des Horn Folder sports a Michael Walker Liner Lock and a deep-pocket wire clip for tip-down, right hand carry; yet it’s so light, you hardly even feel it in your pocket! Take a look at www.knifecenter.com-and remember, always brush and floss!
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The Kershaw Knives new entry:
A cold front blew in from the West the other day, leaving us with sunny skies and-oh look, the awesome new Kershaw Brawlers! These are a whole lot of knife for the money. They offer Kershaw’s smooth SpeedSafe® assisted opening, accessed via the thumb studs or the built-in flipper. A nice, solid liner lock secures the tanto-style 3 1/4″ blade, featuring 8CR13MOV stainless steel with a non-reflective black DLC coating, available in both plain and partial-serrated edges. Grab one today before somebody else beats you to the punch! Check them out at www.knifecenter.com!
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Mantis MU-6 Cyclops Neck Knives
Mantis Knives releases a great necklace tool. Sometimes a funky looking necklace is actually a wicked-cool concealed neck knife with a really cool opening mechanism and availability in a bunch of colors! These take some getting used to, but, once you understand the way they work, they are really cool.
You can see the series at www.knifecenter.com
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Microtech 129-7 Select Fire Manual Folding Knife
The brilliant Microtech SF manual openers. These are the winner of the Blade magazine’s Most Innovative American Design for 2011. These, top-of-the-line folding knives are incredibly well engineered and produced by one of America’s foremost arms manufacturers and the quality shows all the way through. The grip is configured to give a really tight and secure hold in regular or reverse grip mode. In fact, the handle allows for a variety of grips including a close in, choked up grip utilizing the jimping on the top of the blade and the finger groove at its base. Handle material is aluminum with carbon fiber inserts. The blade is wide and cuts quickly and powerfully with a saber / flat ground S-35-VN stainless steel. The opening pin is large with a unique design. The backspacer on the handle is anodized with one of several colors. The pocket clip is large and very utilitarian configured for tip-up carry. As usual with Microtech products, the “walk” and “talk” of this knife is incredible. The sounds of both opening and closing feel like you are engaged with a super-engineered, custom made hand tool. You can see this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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All of the brands we carry make top notch knives. The custom and limited edition products we carry are some of the highest quality knives on the market. But only Benchmade’s Gold Class series takes those excellently designed knives and advances them to the next level with extravagant and rare materials. From the hornet’s-nest damascus blade to the anodized gold titanium liners, the Gold Class 690-101 is a piece of art. Take note: The Benchmade Gold Class 690-101 is one of the most expensive folding knives we carry. But it is also one of the most beautiful and unique knives we have had the pleasure of offering to the public.
The blade of the Gold Class 690-101 is made out of a complex damascus. It is like a Rorschach test, with each examination revealing new insight. The mammoth ivory used for the handles is very rare, coming primarily from mammoths preserved in the Russian tundra. The bolsters are made of mokume, a Japanese style of metal very similar to damascus, but made with gold and other rare metals.
The collector who is looking for the prestige of a well made, rare, and valuable knife need look no further. This is the pinnacle of the art form.
See this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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Spyderco Michael Walker Carbon Fiber Handle ZDP Blade
We remember the original Michael Walker Spyderco and it was beautiful. This one is even nicer. This Michael Walker Linerlock has the best steel available today- ZDP189. It is super hard, holds an edge better than any other and is still easy to sharpen. This is a limited production run. If you want one of these great knives, please buy it as soon as you can. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus Batman Folding Knife
Boker has come up with another very cool knife. A variation on the karambit or hook blade, this liner locking folder has 4 distinct curves in the edge. The effect is like a bat wing- hence the name Batman Knife. This is a great folder.
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Spyderco Gayle Bradley 3-7/16″ CPM-M4 Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles
This is a very hefty, well designed folding knife. The liners are thick on both sides of the handle. The blade material is top notch CPM-M4 carbon steel – not stainless. This is a tool steel that has over 6 times the wear resistance of D-2 steel at the same hardness. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Boker Plus Exskelibur Folding Knives
These are really cool, lightweight folders from Boker Plus designed by Mike Skellern, from South Africa. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Made in China, but they seem really well made. They both fly open with minimal effort and the large one has an extension of the base of the blade that acts as a flipper of sorts. They have thin G10 handles wirth a titanium liner on the locking side. The large model has a smooth handle and the blade is wide and almost fully hollow ground- a really useful configuration.
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