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.
The Kizer Ki412A3 is one unique looking knife that really has superior design characteristics. With this knife Kizer continues to show there irreplaceable craftsmanship which as been developed at an awesome price. Not only is the handle beautiful to look at, it fits in your hand perfectly and is made from high quality Titanium. If you’re looking for an every day carry knife with style and is also tough enough for any job you need it for, look no feather then the Ki412A3 folder or really any Kizer for that matter. Don’t let the stigma of ‘Made in China’ deter you, Kizer has among the best manufacturing quality and materials across their entire line as really any large name brand I can think of. Check out this new folder at www.knifecenter.com.
Slim, sleek, long, and natural are the first things that come to mind when handling the new Spyderco Ulize. Very similar in looks, size, and shape to one of the original Spyderco models, the C07 Police, this Ulrich Hennicke design is more than fit for duty. The Ulize was specifically designed for use by the German police as a functional utility tool as well as devastating cutter with its 4.12″ re-curved VG-10 blade. The handle melds into the hand extremely well and puts the blade in an excellent cutting position in multiple grips. Proceeds of this knife will benefit officers killed in the line of action and the four-position clip, backlock, and trademark round-hole make this pocket knife completely ambidextrous and great for any user. Check out this new large tactical folder from Spyderco at www.knifecenter.com.
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Every once in a while, our friends over at Kershaw Knives come out with something new that generates a buzz around our office. When we first laid eyes on the new Kurai, we knew that they had come up with something really interesting.
The Kurai is a gentleman’s folder with style to spare, with carbon fiber-patterned aluminum handle scales. It doesn’t sacrifice substance either-it’s heavy for its size (in a good way), and its 2.5″ 8Cr13MoV blade with Titanium Carbo-Nitride coating provides great performance and corrosion resistance at an extremely reasonable price. Opening is smooth and easy with the thumb stud, and the linerlock is nice and solid. The Kurai makes a great gift, too! Check them out today at www.knifecenter.com!
New from Boker Plus, meet the ultra-cool Nano: it’s bright, versatile, and it wants to be your new best friend! Its small size is perfect for EDC duties at 4-3/4″ overall, and its stout 1-7/8″ 440C stainless steel blade can slice through pretty much anything you throw at it-plus it takes a very sharp edge. Bright lime-green Zytel scales make it hard to forget if you set it down, and it fits comfortably in all but the largest hands.
The Nano sports an easy-to-use frame lock, and jimping on the spine just adds to its grip and versatility. It may be small, but it’ll be a loyal companion for years. Check them out today at www.knifecenter.com!
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Batten down the hatches-the perfect storm of Mantis Knives design, brilliant Damascus steel, and KnifeCenter bling have come together to form the awesome Mantis Civilianaire with exclusive KnifeCenter logo-personally machined by Mantis owner Jared West. These coin-sized knives sport 0.75″ stainless Damascus steel hawkbill blades; great for opening boxes, letters, or just showing off to your friends! Limited to just 250 pieces, these made-in-the-USA beauties are truly gems. Pick yours up today exclusively at www.knifecenter.com!
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Queen Cutlery has introduced an exciting new line of Gentlemen’s folders with beautiful Damascus steel blades-a first for Queen! These limited-edition knives are the first folding knives from designer Justin Gingrich, and are individually serial numbered and signed by Justin. These folders also mark the first collaboration between Ranger Knives and Queen Cutlery.
Queen Ranger Gentlemen’s folders are handcrafted in the USA with gorgeous, razor-sharp Damascus steel blades, and are available with abalone, pearl, stag, or bone handles. Easily opened with a flick of the thumb stud, the blade is secured in the “open” position with a liner lock. Perfect for collectors, these knives are limited to just 500 pieces each. Includes certificate of authenticity. Queen also offers a handsome wood/glass display case, sold separately. Check out these exciting new knives at www.knifecenter.com!
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When we heard that Zero Tolerance was going to be offering their awesome 0350 in ZDP-189 steel, we were blown away. Then, they announced a composite version with an S30V spine and a ZDP-189 cutting edge, and blew us away again.
Offered in a satin finish, these gorgeous knives allow the user to clearly view the delineation between the two steels. ZDP-189 is one of the highest-performing stainless steels in the knife industry today, prized for its hardness and edge retention capabilities-and results in a WICKEDLY sharp knife (as my index finger discovered while writing this blog entry).
Designed by Ken Onion and manufactured in the USA, the composite 0350s offer the patented SpeedSafe® assisted opener, allowing smooth one-handed opening. These knives sport textured G-10 handles an adjustable quad-carry pocket clip. They’re available in both plain and partially-serrated edges. Individually numbered, these limited-edition knives are going fast, so pick one up (carefully!) at www.knifecenter.com!
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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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