Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Folding Knives

Smith & Wesson SPecial Tactical Folding Knives

Nobody delivers better tactical folders for less than 15 bucks than Smith & Wesson and these new Special Tacticals are no exception to that rule! These knives are available with steel handles in a satin finish or urban camo with tanto blades, and with plain or combo edges. You can see all of them at www.knifecenter.com or check out other products by Smith & Wesson.

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Boker Plus Jim Burke NEW Resurrection Folding Knife

Boker Plus Jim Burke Resurrection Folding Knife
Boker Plus Jim Burke NEW Resurrection Folding Knife
This is a reissue of the Mini-Ressurection. Boker Knives has re-released it with slightly thinner liners and blade than the former one, with a 3-3/4″ long blade with a width, This Jim Burke knife doesn’t feel in any way small. The Mini Resurrection and they both have a lot of really great features and top manufacturing quality all rolled into a knife at a great price. It has the wide, heavy blade like the Zero Tolerance and Strider lines, although not quite to that extent. The liner is strong and the G-10 handle is well designed and also massive. There is jimping on the top of the blade for thumb purchase. The wide pocket clip is also a great feature similar to the Kershaw Junkyard Dog and Packrat models. This is a cool knife that will do real work at a great price. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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Swiss Army Huntsman and Spartan with Hardwood Handles Limited Editions

Swiss Army Huntsman and Spartan with Hardwood Handles
Swiss Army Huntsman and Spartan with Hardwood Handles
Red handle Swiss Army Knives are classic and very well made and very reasonably priced. These new models are still reasonably priced and well made, but they have very cool wood handles. They’re still lightweight and priced in the 20’s. You can see both new models at www.knifecenter.com
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Ed Shempp’s Spyderco Persian 2 Pocket Knife

Ed Schempp's Spyderco Persian 2 Pocket Knife
Ed Schempp’s Spyderco Persian 2 Pocket Knife

The folks at Spyderco have always had a fascination with historical knife styles from around the world-and a talent for bringing those designs into the 21st century. A great example of this is the Persian folder designed by custom knifemaker Ed Schempp and brought to reality by Spyderco founder/designer Sal Glesser. This knife is as beautiful to hold as it is to behold-and it is wickedly effective to use.

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Benchmade 480-1 Shoki Gentleman’s Folding Knife

Benchmade Knives New product
Benchmade 480-1 Shoki Gentleman’s Folding Knife
No details were overlooked in the production of this elegant gentleman’s pocketknife. Benchmade knives has really done it again with a great new folding pocket knife.
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The Classic Spyderco Delica Pocketknives, Flat Ground with Pink Handles

The Classic Spyderco Delica Pocketknives Flat Ground with Pink Handles
The Classic Spyderco Delica Pocketknives, Flat Ground with Pink Handles

It was only a matter of time… once Spyderco brought out a range of colors for the Delica with flat ground blades, we knew pink was coming soon enough. Well, that time is now. The Delica with a flat ground blade may be the best Every Day Carry made-in our humble opinion. Having it in pink makes it a great choice for the fairer sex-or as I have always maintained, a great choice for a guy who doesn’t want his friends stealing his knife

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New and Improved Mantis Folding Karambit

New and Improved Mantis Folding Karambit Pocket Knife
New and Improved Mantis Folding Karambit

Whatever Mantis decides to try their hand at making, they end up making the coolest version on the market. Their latest folding Karambit was built with input from their fans-the Mantis Militia-and is remarkably simple and versatile. It is also very well made without being too expensive. If you are looking for an EDC Karambit, look no further than Mantis!

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New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Pocketknife

New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Folding Knife Pocketknife
New Zero Tolerance 0700 Model Pocketknife

The new Zero Tolerance 0700 is a very tip heavy tanto blade, and we like it! The handles are thin but comfortable to grab in both forward and reverse grip. The blade is S30V, the scales are G10, nothing is second rate. Although not as heavy as some other Zero Tolerance models, it does not compromise blade strength. If you need an under 5 inch tactical folder with a strong, aggressive blade, this is the knife you want.

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New Ceramic Pocket Knives from Benchmark

New Ceramic Pocket Knives from Benchmark
New Ceramic Pocket Knives from Benchmark

Benchmark Knives is an old name in our industry… it was where most of us first encountered Blackie Collins and his amazing innovations to man’s oldest tool. The latest incarnation of Benchmark Knives stays true to that innovation by offering a ceramic material blade in a sleek aluminum handle, all at a truly affordable price. This is a gentleman’s knife that has 10 times the edge holding capacity of a traditional metal blade-and it weighs less!

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Introducing the Columbia River Delegate

Columbia River Delegate Pocketknife
Introducing the Columbia River Delegate

Usually, assisted opening knives go for the cool tactical look. They are designed to snap open and scare away any potential attackers. But the same design also scares the average civilian. The Delegate from Columbia River is an assisted knife that won’t scare the neighbors, or the maître d’ at that nice French restaurant you like to go to. The sleek and simple design when closed is attractive, and the drop point blade is utilitarian and non-threatening. The handles feature either cocobolo wood scales for the black blade model, or white bone scales for the satin blade model, which really add to the classy quality that this knife has going for it.

However, the Delegate isn’t just about looks. Despite its non-threatening appearance, the blade is razor sharp, and the assisted open action snaps the blade open with authority.

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