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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Spyderco Kiwi 3 Pocket Knife Stag Inlays

Spyderco Kiwi 3 Pocket Knife Stag Inlays
Spyderco Kiwi 3 Pocket Knife Stag Inlays
Spyderco Knives of Golden Colorado has released another in the KIWI series. This one has beautiful stag handles. This a third generation model made in China and so they are non-locking and the price is incredible. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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New Kershaw Rake Assisted Opening Pocket Knife

Kershaw Rake Assisted Pocket Knife
New Kershaw Rake Assisted Opening Pocket Knife

Kershaw comes up with so many great innovations that quickly become the industry standard. Their new composite blades may just be the next big thing. The Kershaw Rake features high-performance Sandvik 14C28N steel on the spine, and the wear-resistant D2 steel on the cutting edge. The wide blade and deep belly give this knife a longer usable edge than other knives of similar lengths, increasing the slicing capabilities of the knife. Despite the size of the blade, the assisted action snaps the knife open quickly and firmly. Best of all, it is made in the USA.

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Get a Premonition From Columbia River

Columbia River Gerry McGinnis Premonition Pocketknife
New Gerry McGinnis Premonition from Columbia River

We are having a premonition… That you will love this knife! The Premonition is the latest pocket knife from Columbia River’s boy wonder, Gerry McGinnis, who is producing a plethora of pocketknives while completing an engineering degree at North Carolina State University. The Premonition follows Mr. McGinnis’ trend of flipper opening knives, which allows for assisted-fast opening without the weight or potential legal issues of the assisted mechanism. When opened, the flipper also acts as finger guard. The opening speed is perfectly complemented by a thin, sleek design, light weight, and great balance. The black and blue G-10 handles round everything off.

How can we offer all of this starting at $28.95? You’ll just have to check your crystal ball.

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New Columbia River Carson Pocketknife

Columbia River Carson M4-02S Assisted Plain Blade Genuine Stag Handles
New Columbia River Carson M4-02S Assisted With Stag Handles!

The Kit Carson M-16 series is known as a hard use tactical line – and it has consistently been one of the highest regarded series by knife users year after year. You need a little style with your tactical folder, and the M4 series is it. A little smaller, a little more sculpted, and a lot faster opening – thanks to the OutBurst assisted opening mechanism. The M4-02 in particular features a beautiful stag handle and a 3.25″ blade with the LAWKS knife safety mechanism.

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Introducing the Black Spyderco Manix2

Black Spyderco Manix2
Introducing the Black Spyderco Manix2

The Manix has been one of our favorite new Spyderco offerings of the last several years. It is ambidextrous, heavy duty, and very comfortable to use. After many requests they have obliged us with a black bladed tactical model. The handles are still G10 and the steel is still 154CM, but it is now ready for use in situations that require non-reflective tools. Or you can also carry one because it looks really cool!

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Meet the Boker Magnum Channel

Boker Magnum Channel Pocketknife
Boker Magnum Channel Folding Knife at less than $20

The sense of style on the Boker Magnum Channel is fantastic. The dark grey bolsters and blade finish are perfectly complemented by the dark wood scales. The wood scales are not only comfortable in the hand, but they also lend the knife a sense of elegance, making the Boker Channel a knife that would not be out of place clipped to a tuxedo pants pocket. Outside of the ballroom, the Boker design results in a knife that is capable of any task you might throw at it.

This is a work-capable dress knife for under $20. Whether you are on a tight budget, or just want to add another classy knife to your collection, this is the knife you are looking for.

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Check Out the Dozier Bobcat from Kabar

Kabar Dozier Bobcat Pocketknife
Dozier Bobcat Folding Knife from Kabar

Looking at the image, you might think that the Dozier Bobcat is a fixed blade. When you’ve got it open and in your hand, you might think the same thing! Dozier’s design results in a knife that really does feel like a fixed blade. It locks open like it was never closed, and the handle design is clearly inspired by the Bull Dozier, also from Kabar. The rubber insets make the handle grippy, and also very comfortable.

This knife is heavy, but it is also heavy duty. The weight helps to make every strike of the blade stick, making this a great blade for batoning wood and other camping duties.

All in all, this is a great knife for less than $50. We highly recommend it.

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The Return of the Gold Kershaw Leeks

Kershaw Gold Leek
Gold Kershaw Leeks

Out of all the Kershaw Leek versions that were available several years ago, the gold ones were our favorites. Though we are not normally drawn to bling, these Gold Leeks stood right at the edge between cool and obnoxious. Now, they are back for a limited run, and you can own one at a great KnifeCenter price of only $59.95!

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