Leatherman Freestyle Multi-Tool a Multiool Worth Having
Multitools are what Leatherman tools built their company on. Leatherman Tools has been building multitools for many years and invented multitools decades ago. This latest multitool is a simpler version of the Leatherman Skeletool. This multitool has a super sized knife blade and a great pliers head. It is easy to carry, well made and inexpensive!
Here is the information from Leatherman tools:
Benchmade LFTi™ Tanto CPM-M4 Tool Steel
This Lum Folding knife is a long awaited model from Benchmade Knives and the legendary, late Bob Lum. It may be the final production knife design from him and it is a great one. The plain edge is the model available at this time, but the combo edge models should be available soon. This is a fame locking folding knife in the tradition of a Chris Reeve Sebenza, or the older Monolocks from Benchmade Knives.
The steel in these is a very hard tool steel.
Columbia River Gallagher Rave™ Assisted Opening Pocketknife with Micarta Scales
Way out knife! the Outburst system is pretty neat- you push down on the thumb stud as you start opening it and it flies out. The Micarta handle is a layered material and the grooves are carved into it much like valleys on a landscape of horizontally layered rocks and it shows the layers in a very artistic way. The effect is remarkable. We have them at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the information from Columbia River Knife and Tools:
SureFire T1A Titan® Ultra Compact Tactical LED Flashlight 70 Max Lumens
The Surefire Titan Flashlight is one cool light. First, it is tiny – barely bigger than the one CR123 lithium battery it takes. Then the output is incredible at 70 lumens MAX. Then there is the twist action that allows you to ramp down or up the lighting. Finally, of course, is the Surefire quality. All made in the USA to exacting specs, these flashlights are really cool.
Here is the information from Surefire Flashlights:
Kershaw Knives Limited Edition Tyrade Assisted Opener with G-10 Handles
The Kershaw Tyrade is a very cool knife. The standard model Tyrade pocketknife is, however, a little pricey. That’s why we’re glad to see this model released with a more basic construction and at really reasonable price. Unfortunately, this is a limited run from Kershaw Knives, so grab one of these while they are available because they will be gone soon.
G10 handle slabs and a slightly less decorative blade finish and style allow this pocket knife to be marketed at a lower price point.
Here is Kershaw’s info:
BLACKHAWK! Razorback-Trocar Fixed Blade Combat Knives
An amazing, smallish, fixed blade combat knife. Blackhawk has reissued the Masters of Defense Massad Ayoob’s Razorback – the state-of-the-art expression of a traditional Japanese tanto. It is easy to carry with the very slim profile and the design is very effective as a combat knife. Bringing these in from Asia is a great idea as it makes them affordable.
Here is the information from Blackhawk:
Boker Plus MA-2, 2-1/2″ Neck Knife with Sheath – $19.95
This innovative piece by American designers Miltner/Adams offers extraordinary user safety. With its Top Grip construction, this knife is 100% safe in your hand, in any situation. The handle design allows the user to open their hand in order to grab or hold another object, without the risk of losing the knife. An extremely compact piece, ideal for a variety of tasks. The blade is made of 440C stainless steel, titanium coated. Includes a fiber-reinforced nylon sheath with belt clip. Blade length 2 1/2″. Overall length 5 1/8″. Weight 1.6 oz. Made in China.
Columbia River Van Hoy Yea-Go™
A creative now opening technique from the creative folks at Columbia Rive Knife and tool! The mechanism on these assisted opening pocket knives works great. They are fast and the deep pocket clip is great too. We have them at: www.knifecenter.com
They have written extensively about this new series of folding knives and so I will let them speak for it.
Boker Whittler 140th Anniversary Washboard Bone Handles
Boker offers another in the “140th Anniversary” series. This pocketknife is a classic whittler type of stockman with clip, pen and whittling blades. The blade steel is high carbon and not stainless for those that like to be able to easily sharpen their pocket knives. The handle is really unusual with a “washboard” style of jigging in the bone. We have them at: www.knifecenter.com
Here is the information from Boker: