The Gerber Myth Series is a new line of hunting knives and gear designed for hard use out in the field. The line incorporates a grippy rubberized handle, well made plastic sheath, and a number of different blade designs to tackle any task a hunter requires of their edged tool. The sheath for each knife comes with its own built-in carbide sharpener to touch up the edge when necessary. The Myth Series also features a hands free 28 lumen headlamp for low light hunts and a folding ceramic/carbide sharpener with a diamond coated area for sharpening serrations. These good looking and functional tools will not break the bank and can be found at www.knifecenter.com.
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Russ Kommer is a hunting guide in Alaska, and his designs reflect the hard-use conditions of his home state. The new Timberline Bush Guide Hatchet and Skinner set features thick spines, and wear resistant materials. These are tools that could be taken out into the frozen Alaskan wilderness on a hunting trip, used to field dress the kill, and then taken back out the next week for camping in the deserts of Arizona. The hatchet can be used for cleaving bones or chopping firewood. The skinning knife could be used for skinning an elk, or slicing a steak for dinner.
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It seems like knives are getting more and more complex. Sometimes you just need a little simplicity. Kershaw really takes this lesson to heart with the introduction of the Field Knife Hunter and the Skinner. These knives feature a single piece of metal with G-10 scales for grip. This simple design means that there are fewer ways to go wrong. The full flat tang adds stability, and the textured G-10 scales improve grip. The long edge on the Field Knife makes it great for slicing and general tasks, while the deep belly on the Skinner Knife is designed for skinning, as the name suggests.
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Chris Reeve Knives Nyala Classic Skinner
Chris Reeve is the world’s most extreme perfectionist and his knives show it. Every product that leaves his workshop is designed and produced to perfection. When he creates a new knife, it’s big news and everyone who knows knives takes notice. This one is a beauty. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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BokerPlus Jerry Fisk Designed Fiskmuk Folding Knives
This new offering from Boker Knives is awesome. Heavily made, lockback folding knives designed by Jerry Fisk with a great shape. Better yet, Boker had them made is Asia so the pricing is incredible. Get your own Jerry Fisk designed lockback folder for under $35US! The handle feels great, the blade shape seems to be very useful with a shape that allows you to choke-up on it. The blades are full flat ground 440c stainless steel. The handles have polished liners. These are beauties. The blade grind is not quite as even as I would like, but they are an incredible deal. They are available with white bone handle or stag handle.
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Boker Miltner Adams Knives
Boker Knives has released a couple of new Miltner Adams models this year. These are made in Argentina and the quality is excellent. They have the hollow handles which allow for a variety of grip options and make these very usable and versatile knives.
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Cold Steel Pendleton Custom Classic San Mai Fixed Blade
Cold Steel San Mai Series is famous. It’s famous for the top manufacture quality and fit and finish as well as materials and design. This small fixed blade is awesome. Cold Steel Knives has done it again! The style is “Dozier-esque” in its short and stout nature. The full tapered tang houses the Micarta handle material that sit on an ultra-slim red base. The bolster and tang are highly polishes. We have a video for this knife at it’s detail page at www.knifecenter.com
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Fallkniven Professional Hunter’s Knife PHK
This knife is really, really sharp. It actually put us in the mind of the San Mai series from Cold Steel, particularly given the laminated steel and Kraton grip handle over full tang construction. The main difference between the two is that the blade shape of the PHK is a better fit for hunting/skinning.
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Cold Steel Bowie Blade Bushman 7″ Fixed Blade Survival Knife
The Tactical Bushman? Seems a strange mixing of worlds, but that is basically what Cold Steel has created by matching up a survival sheath with their popular Bowie Blade Bushman. The one piece Bushman can be affixed to the top of a stick as a spear, or used as a standard fixed blade. The sheath is heavy gauge nylon with a reinforced tip, and a piggyback pouch large enough to fit a 6 inch folder.
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