New Buck 300 Series Folding Pocketknives
Buck knives has produce the 300 series for many years. The Buck 300 series has been the go-to knife for so many Americans for so many years. They are well made and affordable. Now, they are also really attractive. Buck just introduced these beautiful Cherry Dymondwood versions of their perennial favorites. They are still at a great price, and they are still made in the USA. These will make great stocking stuffers if you’re starting to get your shopping done early!
This combat tomahawk measures 16 1/8″ overall. Black Teflon coated N690Co stainless full tang construction. Axe head has 3 5/8″ cutting edge on one side and 2 1/2″ double edge dagger blade on the other side. Textured gray G-10 handles. Molded black belt sheath. Made in USA.
Swing-A-Way Wall Can Opener with Magnetic Lid-Lifter
All of us past a certain age had one of these when we were kids. They attach to the kitchen wall, probably above the counter, and swing away towards the wall when not in use. They are still available and lots of folks like them. We have them in stock!
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Dexter Duoglide Kitchen Knives made in the USA
Dexter Russell is the oldest manufacturer of kitchen knives in the US. They have been in existence in some form since the early 1800’s. Most of their products are made in the USA although they do offer some economy imports. This series that we are featuring, the Duoglide, is all American made. These have received the Arthritis Foundation’s Ease-of-Use Commendation. The shape is unique and they work really well in the kitchen. Although they are American made, they are still very reasonably priced.
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Spyderco Barong and Kukri on Special!
We love Spyderco knives, especially their funkier collaborations. One of their coolest funky collaborations has been with Ed Schempp in the production of the Barong and the Khukuri folders. We have been big proponents of these knives since their introduction earlier this year and were saddened to learn that Spyderco has already decided to discontinue them. But, their loss is your gain as we were able to secure a bunch of these at a great closeout price. We will have the stock in our warehouse by the first of next week, so get your orders in now!
Swiss Army Spartan Pinstripes
It is hard to come up with many new treatments for the handles of Victorinox Swiss Army Knives, but every year our friends in Switzerland surprise us. This time it is a cool pinstripe effect with a white band around the edge, softening the overall presentation of the knife. Five fun colors make this a great choice for early purchases of stocking stuffers or just a classy new knife for you! Buy one now for only $16.95!
Lone Wolf Knives Paul Executive New Handles
Lone Wolf Knives creates some great knives. The Paul Knives have been a hit since they reintroduced them years ago. These Executive models are really great and the handles are striking. The Snakewood is just really classy. The inlaid model is worked by Santa Fe Stoneworks and is really handsome.
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Canal Street Cutlery New Knives
Three new knives arrived from Canal Street Cutlery. The Serpentine Muskrat 4″ Closed Bone Handles, an 1873 Bowie Hunter and a Serpentine Stockman 4″ Closed. They are all produced to the Canal Street top level of quality we have come to expect from that fine company. All are made entirely in the USA in limited numbers. They are very collectible.