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Get Great Combat and Tactical Gifts Shipped by Christmas!

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We’ve already shown you some holiday gift ideas for tactical knife lovers, but now we’ve got eight more combat gifts that may be just right for the tactical knife fanatic on your shopping list. Take advantage of some of the best deals we have to offer on combat and tactical gear from great knife brands like Kershaw, Cold Steel, Zero Tolerance, and more! With only 13 shopping days ’til Christmas, you’ll want to add this gear to your cart before it’s too late.

 

Kershaw Emerson CQC Series Folding Knives

Kershaw’s CQC series translates Ernest Emerson’s fiercely tactical designs into production models everybody can afford, which makes them great options for stocking stuffers this year. We’ve got every CQC model you need, including tactical kits with pens and unsharpened trainers. The hardest part about buying one of these knives will be choosing which of the five blade profiles you want.

The Latest Edition of the Knife Center Catalog is Here!

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With over 1,800 pages containing more than 700 brands, the 2019 KnifeCenter Printed Catalog is the ultimate reference for all the greatest cutlery and accessories, offering thousands of products that haven’t even made it on to our website yet.

 

Customers have time and again told us that this is the best thing we sell. You’ll get hours of enjoyment as you leaf through our sections on the hottest knife brands, including Spyderco, CRKT, Cold Steel, Zero Tolerance, Kershaw, and hundreds more. And there are more than just knives. From one piece multi-tools to sharpeners, camping and survival gear, shaving supplies, and more, it is all here in this definitive guide that no enthusiast should be without.

The best part about this catalog is the element of discovery. While shopping on the web is direct and efficient, it is often hard to stumble upon new and exciting things. With every turn of these pages, you’ll find awesome gear that you didn’t even know you wanted.

From Swiss Army Knives to machetes to kitchen gear, give us a call or visit our website for availability and the latest prices, which come in significantly lower than the full retail prices listed in the catalog.

You might be asking why an internet company like Knife Center wants you to have this paper catalog, but the answer is simple: these pages represent a knife industry bible and there is no other resource like it. Nowhere else will you find as many knives, accessories, and cool gear all collected into one, easy to read place.

Kershaw RJ Series of Assisted Openers

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Kershaw RJ Series of Assisted Openers
Kershaw RJ Series of Assisted Openers
Amazing series of Speedsafe assisted openers designed by the great custom knifemaker RJ Martin. These work great and have a nicely streamlined handle. The blade shape is remarkable because it’s a tanto style but still has some belly on it which makes it more useful. You can see the series at www.knifecenter.com
Here is the description from Kershaw Knives:

Kershaw Emerson Cqc Series

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Kershaw Emerson Cqc Series
Kershaw and Ernest Emerson– a match made in Knife Lovers heaven! This is a remarkable release by Kershaw. Kershaw has mastered the quality import market with materials and mechanisms that rival some of the finest knives anywhere, but produced at incredible bargains. Emerson was a pioneer in the world of knife making creating designs that have been standards for decades. His original hit folder was the CQC7, or Close Quarters Combat Knife, and this new release of the model by Kershaw certainly approaches the domestic versions. Yes, these are made in China. No, they are not pieces of junk. The materials are great and the manufacturing quality is excellent. The pricing in unbelievable. We have a few different sizes of Emerson designs released by Kershaw and more on their way. We think these will be hits for a very long time so you may want to get the various models as soon as possible – they’re all under $40! See the whole selection of in-stock Kershaw made Emerson designs at www.knifecenter.com

Free Shipping – This Weekend Only!

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For a limited time only, KnifeCenter will offer free shipping on all non-oversized, in-stock, ready-to-ship orders. From premium EDC knives to the best fixed blades to awesome gift options, we’ve got a huge selection of items – just use promo code SANTA at checkout and reap the rewards!

 

Blade Show 2009

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A great show by all accounts. Well, some of the folks selling thought the number of shoppersd was light, but, as an observer, it was outstanding.
Here are the Blade Show Award Winners:
Hall of Fame inductee: AlMar
Accessory of the year: Wicked Edge Precision Knife Sharpener
Investor/Collector: William Henry “Anthem” Best Buy: Lone Wolf Blackfoot
Innovative Import Knife: Columbia River Knife & Tool Flux
Innovative American Knife: Fox Knives USA Rescue II
Manufacturing Award: Chris Reeve Knives
Collaboration: Spyderco/Bob Terzuola Slip-it
Kitchen Knife of the year: Chris Reeve Knives Sikayo Series
Imported Knife of the year: Benchmade Nagara
American Knife of the year: Kershaw Speedform
Overall Knife of the year: Lone Wolf Defender
New Kershaw Knives
Kershaw has some great new offerings coming out this year. Among them is the ” Speedform” which won American made knife of the year. It has a 3-3/4″ composite steel blade, titanium frame lock handle with g10 inlay. Also the VOLT which also has a composite blade and integrated titanium and G10 handle. This one is an RJ Martin design with a flipper.
There will be an OCC 10th Anniversary knife with composite blade, G10 handle and locking liner. You can see a page with some early images at www.knifecenter.com
Much more Blade Show Knives Coming VERY soon!

Kershaw Knockout Series

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Kershaw Knockout SeriesThe Kershaw Knockout definitely earns its name. The SpeedSafe assisted opening system, invented by Ken Onion, makes this knife fly open and it’s a joy to play with. The blade is made from the awesome Elmax stainless steel, and a piece of the lightweight aluminum handle has been knocked out and inset with a stainless steel plate to create a frame lock. Dubbed the sub-frame lock, it’s just as strong and functions exactly the same, but allows Kershaw to keep the price of this USA made item in check. Limited production of only 500 pieces for this stonewashed model, and 500 for the blackwashed one, get one before they’re gone at www.knifecenter.com.

Kershaw Shuffle Multi-Function Folding Knives

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Kershaw Shuffle Multi-Function Folding KnivesThree new colors are added this year to the family of the Shuffle, an awesome compact folder from Kershaw. But it’s not just looks that are important, this design is one of our favorite small folders at any price point. It sports a wide drop-point style blade, a back spacer that doubles as a bottle-opener, and a lanyard hole that is also an emergency screwdriver. And the ergonomics are out of this world. Pick out one in your color at www.knifecenter.com.

Blade Show 2012 Award Winners

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Blade Show 2012 Award Winners

2012 Industry Achievement: Knife Rights & AKTI

2012 Accessory of the Year: Wicked Edge Precision Sharpener Pro-Pack I

2012 Kitchen Knife of the Year: Shun Tayo Kitchen Knife

2012 Investor Collector Knife of the Year: William Henry B12 Freedom

2012 Collaboration of the Year: Zero Tolerance & RJ Martin 0600

2012 Best Buy of the Year: Kershaw Cryo

2012 Manufacturing Quality Award : Chris Reeve Knives

2012 Hall of Fame Inductee: Harold Kit Carson

2012 Most Innovative Imported Design: Lionsteel DPX Gear HEST 2.0

2012 Most Innovative American Design: Spyderco Autonomy

2012 Imported Knife of the Year: CRKT Ken Onion Foresight

2012 American Made Knife of the Year: Microtech Socom Delta

2012 Overall Knife of the Year: Zero Tolerance 0888

Kershaw Damascus Steel Blade Chive

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Kershaw Chive – Assisted Opener with Layered Damascus Blade
The Kershaw Chive was one of the first assisted openers on the market and has been one of our most popular items of all time. This is the prettiest Chive we have seen with gorgeous layered Damascus steel blade in black and silver. The damascus leek is generally hard to get and we bet these will also go quickly.
Here is the general information about this knife: