Cold Steel Leatherneck SF Combat Knife

Cold Steel Leatherneck SF

Recently released by Cold Steel, we are proud to offer the incredible Leatherneck! Featuring full-tang construction, the 6 3/4″ high-carbon SK-5 blade is flat ground on both sides-ideal for cutting or slicing. Cold Steel is well known for the toughness of their products, and the Leatherneck just may set a new standard-it’s that solid! The handle is made from extremely grippy, deeply checkered Kraton® material. The Leatherneck also features a machined steel butt cap for use as a hammer or impact tool if necessary. It ships with a sturdy Secure-Ex® sheath, complete with fully detachable and ambidextrous belt loop. Check ’em out at Semper fi!

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Kershaw RJ Series of Assisted Openers

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
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Gil Hibben Hibben Sub Hilt Assault Bowie

Gil Hibben Sub Hilt Assault Bowie
Gil Hibben Hibben Sub Hilt Assault Bowie
This is a great sub-hilt combat knife from United Cutlery and designed by the infamous Gil Hibben. It has a Micarta handle that really fits your hand nicely- at least it fits mine which is a medium size. The price is exceptional especially when you compare it to the Cold Steel Black Bear model, although that one is of a much finer quality, made in Japan with San Mai steel. The look is similar, but the similarity doesn’t extend much further. Smith and Wesson came out with a monster subhilt recently that even has this one beat on price, although it doesn’t have Gil Hibben‘s sense of design. This Gil Hibben one is affordable and has a nice, leather sheath included. You can see them at
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United Cutlery SOA Assault Knife

United Cutlery SOA Assault Knife
United Cutlery SOA Assault Knife
United Cutlery puts out an interesting assortment of products. Some are fantasy, some are curiosities and some are decent usable products. This fixed blade SOA (Special Operations Association) model is one of the latter. They are economically produced in China (of course) and have a decent quality of steel (AUS-6) and a great pattern of relief on the Micarta handles. We can market these at $38.95 which is a great price for a decent knife. They have a Kydex sheath with a belt clip. You can see them at
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Spyderco Caly3.5 Folding Knife

Spyderco Caly3dot5 Folding Knife
Spyderco C144GPGY Caly3.5 Folding Knife
Spyderco Knives has released the Caly 3.5 Folder in a special steel and it is really nice. I had forgotten that this knife is a great size and shape and this one features a wide, totally flat ground blade made of “Super Blue” steel which is supposed to be fantastic- see link below for more information. The handle is light weight and adequate for great control and the blade is a lot of blade for this handle. The handle is gray G10 on top of steel liners. The indented lockback is super strong and easy to use. We really like this knife and hope that anyone wanting one grabs one during this sprint run- they won’t last. See them at
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New Condor Barong Machete

Condor Tool and Knife Barong Machete Carbon Steel Fixed Blade
New Condor Tool and Knife Barong Machete!

The Filipino Barong Machete is a great choice for several reasons. It is longer than most fighting knives without being measurably heavier – making it a favorite of martial arts folks. It’s a very easy and effective weapon to wield. It is also a favorite of outdoorsmen in the know, as it is weighted towards the front of the blade, making it great for clearing foliage tirelessly.

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Microtech Select Fire Manual Folding Knife

Microtech Select Fire Manual Folding Knife
Microtech 129-7 Select Fire Manual Folding Knife
The brilliant Microtech SF manual openers. These are the winner of the Blade magazine’s Most Innovative American Design for 2011. These, top-of-the-line folding knives are incredibly well engineered and produced by one of America’s foremost arms manufacturers and the quality shows all the way through. The grip is configured to give a really tight and secure hold in regular or reverse grip mode. In fact, the handle allows for a variety of grips including a close in, choked up grip utilizing the jimping on the top of the blade and the finger groove at its base. Handle material is aluminum with carbon fiber inserts. The blade is wide and cuts quickly and powerfully with a saber / flat ground S-35-VN stainless steel. The opening pin is large with a unique design. The backspacer on the handle is anodized with one of several colors. The pocket clip is large and very utilitarian configured for tip-up carry. As usual with Microtech products, the “walk” and “talk” of this knife is incredible. The sounds of both opening and closing feel like you are engaged with a super-engineered, custom made hand tool. You can see this knife at
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Smith & Wesson Special Tactical Folding Knives

Smith & Wesson SPecial Tactical Folding Knives

Nobody delivers better tactical folders for less than 15 bucks than Smith & Wesson and these new Special Tacticals are no exception to that rule! These knives are available with steel handles in a satin finish or urban camo with tanto blades, and with plain or combo edges. You can see all of them at or check out other products by Smith & Wesson.

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Mora Frost of Sweden Bushcraft Survival Knife Fixed 4-1/4″ Plain Steel Blade, Black Handle

Mora Frost of Sweden Bushcraft Knives

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 (Bushcraft Survival featured in the above picture)

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Spyderco C60GP Massad Ayoob Folding Knife 3-5/8″ VG10 Satin Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles

Spyderco C60GP Massad Ayoob Folding Knife 3-5/8
Spyderco C60GP Massad Ayoob Folding Knife 3-5/8″ VG10 Satin Plain Blade, Black G10 Handles
Spyderco Knives released the original Massad Ayoob folding pocketknife years ago. The design is very unusual looking with a distinctively upswept and thin blade. This latest rendition of the Spyderco Massad Ayoob Folding knife has all the bells and whistles. You can see them at
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