New Kershaw Field Knife and Skinner

New Kershaw Field Knife Hunter and Skinner
New Kershaw Field Knife and Skinner

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.

Both of these American made knives are going for under $40.

See these knives at www.knifecenter.com

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Jerry Fisk Designed Fiskmuk Folding Knives

Jerry Fisk Designed Fiskmuk Folding Knives
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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RAT Cutlery RC-6, 6.5″ Blade

RAT Cutlery RC-6, 6.5
RAT Cutlery RC-6, 6.5″ Blade
RAT Cutlery designs some awesome knives. This model is the largest we have seen from them and it has a great feel and look. The handle fills the hand nicely and offers a great grip. The blade is a generous length and the fit and finish are impeccable. We have a lot of great action pictures if you follow the link to the RAT6.
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