What makes a good Buchcraft design is an easily resharpened blade, comfortable handle, and of course a good sheath. The new Boker Plus Classic Bushcraft knife gets all of these things right. The 4″ 440C blade may not be the best looking I’ve ever seen but it will cut well and resharpen quite easily. The black Micarta handle scales have a huge lanyard hole for 550 cord and are nicely rounded for a comfortable grip. The leather sheath is a simplistic drop-in design but it secures the knife very well so you’ll have no fear of losing it. The Classic Bushcraft knife comes from Boker Plus in very nice gift packaging complete with a fire steel and striker, which must be carried separate from the sheath. Check it out this affordable new design at www.knifecenter.com.
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4Sevens has taken the Flashlight community by storm since their introduction nearly four years ago. Following the mantra form follows function, 4Sevens has surpassed others in the industry with their ultra compact, extremely bright duty and EDC flashlights. If you’re looking for a keychain, everyday pocket or large tactical light, 4Sevens has a light for you. They use the latest LED emitters, variable output technology for longer battery life, and aircraft-grade aluminum designed to IPX-8 waterproof standards for all their products. When looking for a light to get you through the night, turn to 4Sevens. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com. Continue Reading
Spyderco welcomes a fourth member to the excellent Sage Series; the Al Mar inspired backlock with beautiful Arizona Ironwood and Titanium Bolsters. This knife continues the superb line Spyderco has produced to honor Knifemakers who’ve contributed major innovations to the industry. The same blade and handle shape as previous models, the ergonomics of the Sage 4 make it comfortable to use in the regular saber grip as well as choking up with your index finger in the choil. An excellent knife design, the Sage 4 will make a great user and a nice addition to any collection. You can see these at www.knifecenter.com Continue Reading