Case Knives and Carhartt were both founded in 1889 but have just now begun a collaborative effort to bring you some very high quality hard use traditional knives. For those who are unfamiliar with Carhartt, they started out making specialized workers clothes and are currently branching out to knives with this collaboration. With 22 different models spanning three series there is something sure to impress any Case or Carhartt fan. The three lines introduced include models with genuine dark molasses bone, rugged “duck” g-10, and jigged double-dyed synthetic handles. You can see the entire Case Carhartt series at www.knifecenter.com.
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From the Hubertus factory in Solingen come traditional yet uniquely different styles of German knives. The handcrafted knives are all geared towards hunters and outdoor enthusiasts, featuring rugged stag handles and blades of high quality German made stainless or carbon steel. Leather sheaths with secure belt loops are included with both the fixed and folding knives, protecting and securing the blade during outings. Hubertus is a family run business that has been making knives since 1930 in the old world style and we’ve brought over some models we think you’ll find as cool as we do. Check out all the new Hubertus Knives at www.knifecenter.com.
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William Scagel, rest his soul, can be considered the father of modern custom knifemaking as many of his designs and techniques are still copied and used to this day. Scagel’s style of using stacked leather and stag, paired with a drop point hunting blade became popular for it’s quality, elegance, and high degree of function. Scagel Knives were always 100% handmade, as William preferred it, making original Scagel models extremely hard to come by. Today, a new company has begun remaking Scagel knives to the same exacting standards in Michigan and they come in two different fixed blade models, the Bowie and the Hunter. Whether you prefer stag or leather, a maneuverable 5-3/8″ blade or a larger 8″ size for more serious tasks, there’s a Scagel configuration for you. Get one in your hand and you’ll be able to tell the absolute quality of every William Scagel knife, available at www.knifecenter.com.
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Every year Spyderco Knives produces limited production designs available in different handle or blade materials than their originals known as Sprint Runs. For 2012, they are upgrading the extremely popular Endura model, making the matching model to the Damascus/Jigged Bone Delica from 2011. Featuring layered VG-10 Damascus steel, blue titanium bolsters, and jigged bone scales, the Endura Sprint is great for any Spyderco fan or collector. The knife does not have a pocket clip and it adds a little weight to their Lightweight and FFG models, but you get so much more with this knife. It’s got the feel of a custom knife in the familiar package of an old favorite and the Damascus etching on each blade is unique, making each knife one of a kind. You can see this at www.knifecenter.com.
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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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New Winchester Reverse Gunstock Folding Knives!
Not to be confused with the inexpensive Winchester knives made by Gerber in China, the beautiful Winchester knives made by Blue Grass Cutlery in Ohio are made by hand with new world materials and old world patterns. See this classic Reverse Gunstock Series and choose from burnt orange bone or stag for your handle.
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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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