DPx Gear HIT Cutter 2″ S35VN Blade with Centric Lock

DPx Gear HIT Cutter 2" S35VN Blade with Centric Lock

At SHOT Show 2014, we order a cool little knife by DPx Gear and it has finally arrived. The DPx HIT (Handle Inversion Tool) has an integral pivoting blade guard that forms the handle and locks when closed. The design includes a carabiner so you can hook it on a bag and not worry about losing it…ever. It’s made in the U.S.A. by White River Knife & Tool, another brand we are very fond of and, of course, designed by Robert Young Pelton. A unique knife that we are glad to see and is a great addition to any collection or go-bag. See more about it at www.knifecenter.com.

Pohl Force Foxtrot Three Outdoor Folder

Pohl Force Foxtrot Three Outdoor Folder

The Pohl Force Foxtrot Three Outdoor Folder is the same design as the Foxtrot One, but features a wicked tactical tanto blade. The G-10 handle has 3D milled SRM texturing which feels as good as it looks. The frame lock is outfitted with the RotoBlock system for safety and also includes a reversible tip up carry pocket clip. It’s lightweight, slim, robust, and provides a ton of reach. Basically this is one awesome knife. See it at www.knifecenter.com.

Maserin 550/OL OneFolt & 551/SA Damp Folding Knives

Maserin 550/OL OneFolt & 551/SA Damp Folding Knives

Both the Maserin 550/OL OneFolt and 551/SA Damp folding knives are very cool, unique looking, yet highly functional knives. They have nicely contoured wooden handle scales, pocket clip that can double as money clips, strong frame lock scales, and 440 stainless steel blades. Available with a standard spear point blade or wharncliffe style with a bottle opener, the choice is up to you. See them right now at www.knifecenter.com.

Microtech Halo V Series

Microtech Halo V Series

The Microtech Halo V might just be the coolest Out the Front Auto on the market right now. At the very least, it’s the fastest opening knife in our building, hands down. The Halo V knives are large, powerful, visually appealing, and come complete with a Kydex belt sheath. The blade is a whopping 4.6″ of premium steel with a variety of shapes and configurations. The blade fires hard and fast, while still being safe and very unlikely to actuate inadvertently – requires a good amount of sharp force on the button to fire. All around these are awesome tactical knives and you can find them at www.knifecenter.com

Zero Tolerance Model 0200SW Folder

Zero Tolerance Model 0200SW Folder
This Zero Tolerance 0200SW is a limited run knife with a beautiful stonewashed 154CM stainless steel blade and black G10 scales. The 3/8” hex head pivot shaft nut makes field adjustments possible with minimal tools. This is a beautiful every day carry knife with a great blade shape and extremely stout feeling handles. It’s much like an SR-1 from LionSteel or the Spyderco LionSpy in hand-filling design and overbuilt feeling. It will be hard to find a job this knife cannot do nor excel at. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.

Kershaw 1086 Strobe Folder

Kershaw 1086 Strobe Folder

Kershaw didn’t just make another folding knife with the Strobe, they used their KVT ball-bearing system for a fast, easy open and based on a fixed blade they released years ago – the Diskin Hunter. If you were a fan of that knife, which all of us here still are, but want it in a more compact, folding version, well here you go. With a 3.3″ stonewashed blade and just over 7.5″ overall length, it’s a good size folder for any task and lighweight enough to carry anywhere. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.

Maserin 384/G10 GTO Folding Knives

Maserin 384/G10 GTO Folding Knives

Typical Italian knives – very nice quality for very nice prices. The Maserin 384/G10 GTO folders feature 3-3/4” N690 stainless steel blades with contoured G10 handles. They open smoothly and easily and when the liner lock clicks to engage, you know the blade is securely locked in place. The fit and finish on all Masericn products is outstanding and the ergonomics and blade shape are spot on with these folders. Check out the three different colors right here at www.knifecenter.com.