The Deuce Redux Flipper is just downright, simply put one beautiful knife. It’s the first model run from Ferrum Forge that might be better as a safe queen than a user. The polished Titanium handles have blue anodizing on the edges and interior for a very classy look. The marble carbon fiber inlays are some of Elliot Williamson favorite material and it’s a beautiful look against the silver and blue. This knife is worth every penny, trust me when I say the Ferrum Forge Deuce Redux will not disappoint. Action, lockup, detent, fit, and finish are second to none. Find out more for yourself at www.knifecenter.com.
The Rajah II was developed by custom knifemaker Andrew Demko, one of the chief designers at Cold Steel. This knife does an excellent job taking the Kukri and adapting it to a folding version that will prove to be an instant classic. Try the Rajah today and experience for yourself the power of a Kukri that fits in your pocket. Find it at www.knifecenter.com.
A knife? A flashlight? How about both. The SOG Bladelight Minis are the best knives in low light situations, and they’re not just gimmicks. The LEDs on both sides of the blade will light up whatever you are cutting. Since these knives are water resistant, they’re the perfect knife for use on a boat, or near the water. Just remember to oil the blades regularly as salt water does major damage quickly to stainless steel. Get one today at www.knifecenter.com.
The Smith & Wesson CK401 Drop Point Frame Lock is a manual-folding knife with style. The frame sports a two-tone, black and brushed steel finish, which is the same on the blade and it really gives this knife a cool look. For the price, this is a knife worth having, even considering its diminutive size. It’s only 5.88″ overall, but ergonomically it’s excellent. We look forward to seeing a larger brother in the future. For now, take a closer look at the new CK401 at www.knifecenter.com.
With this knife Ed Schempp has captured the style and spirit of the classic American Bowie knife in a folding model. It’s as much a highly-functional everyday-carry folding knife as it is a tactical tool. The brass bolsters give the Schempp Bowie, a distinguished presence while the carbon fiber scales add a bit of modern flare. This is another great model in Spyderco’s ethnic series, modernizing classic designs for today’s world. Take a closer look at www.knifecenter.com.
The Brous Blade Sinners are lightweight yet incredibly solid feeling in your hand, and they are absolutely top quality knives. This is a collaboration between Jason Brous and Sal Manaro, a custom knifemaker from New York. It does have the feel of a custom quality knife. Jason has just about perfected his bearing system and detent, these flippers put the O’s in smooth action. With four different models and two one-offs from Jason Brous, I’m sure you can find the one for you. See them all at www.knifecenter.com
Heckler & Koch Knives by Benchmade introduces another unique model with the 14440SG Ally. It features a single-piece, folded stainless steel handle that adds strength while keeping the handle slim. Combining useful mechanisms, high quality materials and the “No Compromise” attitude expected from H&K, consumers should expect this to be an exceptionally popular model. Check it out now at www.knifecenter.com.
The wildly popular Custom Knife Factory Decepticon 1 is now available in a tactical black stonewashed version, dubbed the Dark Edition. It’s a custom quality knife utilizing the best available materials and manufacturing techniques. This knife is limited to only 50 individually numbered pieces, so act fast. Available nowhere else but www.knifecenter.com.
The 757 Vicar is a modern masterpiece created by custom knife designer Shane Sibert and brought to you by Benchmade Knives. It features a premium 0.162″ thick CPM-S30V stainless steel blade, with stout, ergonomic G10 handles. The liners are made from Titanium, and the lockbar is very easy to disengage, even though this knife locks up rock solidly. The dual thumb studs and titanium tip-up carry pocket clip makes this a great EDC knife, but it really shines as a tactical tool. It’s stout, rugged, large, overbuilt, and fun. Check it out at www.knifecenter.com.
The 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.