Fremont Knives Farson Blade Survival Tool
This Survival tool is really cool. We hadn’t seen a cutting tool like it before and, since we are the Knifecenter, we try to offer it all. The quality is good and the pricing great. These come with a Nylon sheath. You can see this item at www.knifecenter.com
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DPx Gear Danger Tag with Breakaway Blade
DPX gear is the brainchild of world traveler and über adventurer, Robert Young Pelton. The DPx Danger Cards are in stock and ready for immediate shipment. It’s a pretty simple yet innovative design by the folks at DPx Gear. The card/tag has perforated edges on the back that break away to form a blade. It’s 3″ x 1-1/4″ and a fraction of the thickness of a credit card. It’s obviously not meant to use for heavy-duty tasks but it’s a cool little blade that you can store in your wallet as a back-up blade. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
The Bushcraft wilderness survival method from Australia is quickly becoming popular in the northern hemisphere, and Mora of Sweden has a full range of knives for your training! Mora knives have a long history dating back to the medieval times. Tested and proven, the Mora style remains in use throughout Scandinavia today and has become popular with bushcraft enthusiasts due to the simplicity and maintainability of the Mora design. You can see these knives at www.knifecenter.com (Bushcraft Survival featured in the above picture)
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Spyderco Manix2 Black Combo Blade
Here’s a great offering from Spyderco Knives. A great, all American-made Spyderco tactical knife for barely over a 100 bucks. You need one of these! You’ll appreciate the quality of the G-10 handles and the 154CM steel. You will also appreciate the ball-bearing lock system that makes this knife completely ambidextrous. Finally, you will appreciate the all-black blade, fittings and clip that make this knife fully covert. You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
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BokerPlus Bud Nealy Kwaito Fixed Blade
BokerPlus now offers a new Bud Nealy fixed blade. Years ago, we sold a whole series of Nealy small fixed blades from Boker and this new one really looks like it lives up to the reputation. The sheath was always one of the selling points with a myriad ways to carry the knife, and this new one is a lot plainer in that department. It is really minimalistic with a simple Kydex sheath- all in a very slim profile. Stuff the Kwaito in your boot, keep it next to you in your car or buy a Tek-Lok for it and put it on your belt. You can see the Kwaito at www.knifecenter.com
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Bear Grylls products from Gerber Knives
Gerber Knives has delivered some of the products with the Bear Grylls brand to the KnifeCenter. These are interesting in design and function. See the various reviews for more information as to their quality.
KA-BAR Becker Magnum Camp Knife 8″ Blade
This Becker Knife and Tool Camp knife from Ka Bar Knives is a world class product. It has all the features one wants for a full size tool. It is a lighter weight knife than many others of its length and so it is easy to use and easy to carry. This knife can work as a combat knife or a hunting knife or even a kitchen knife! If you want just one full size knife, this Magnum Camp knife may be it. You can list all Becker Knife and Tool products, or list all Ka Bar Products or see this knife at www.knifecenter.com
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New Survivor Knife from Dajo
The Dajo Survivor knife is a full, if minimalist, survival kit at a great price. The sharp, wide blade can be used for everything from shaving a branch for tinder to skinning caught animals for food. The notch on the back of the blade is designed to be used as a striker for the Swedish FireSteel that is included, and the cutouts in the handle are designed to allow for the blade to be used as the head of a spear, while at the same time lowering how much weight the kit ads to your pack. Rounding off the kit is the survival whistle, which can be used in an emergency to draw search teams to your location without using up your voice and energy.
At $29.95, this is a must have knife for the survivalist on a budget. Also a great gift for the aspiring survivalist.
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New Schrade Extreme Survival Neck Knives!
A really great deal on a simple, but useful neck knife. The Extreme Survival Neck Knife is similar to the popular ESSE (RAT Cutlery) Izula, but less expensive, so you can afford to beat it up or keep it as back up. It features either a simple polycarbonate sheath, or a polycarbonate knuckle guard sheath with an LED light, and is a great deal in either variation at only $18.95.
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New Israeli Designed Combat Knife
Brands like Ka-Bar, Ontario, and TOPS make excellent knives, designed to take the stress of combat situations. But they have one inherent weakness: They are designed in a country that has not experienced war on its own soil in a hundred years. DUSTAR, making their debut with the Model 1 Arad Combat Knife, does not have that particular problem. As a knife designed and manufactured in Israel, the Model 1 is a product of one of the most dangerous areas in the world. This knife was not made by or for idle knife collectors. It was made by expert knife makers, according to the exacting requirements of the world renowned Israeli military, and it was made to be used in combat.
The clip point blade, which also features a live back edge, is made with D2 steel, which keeps an edge for a long time. This lowers the amount of maintenance needed on long trips in the field. The handle is made of practically indestructible fiberglass reinforced nylon, and is tightly attached to the blade with steel pins.
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