Monthly Archives: April 2015

Chris Reeve Sebenza, in Damascus

We all know that the Sebenza from Chris Reeve Knives is a folder beyond compare. How could it possibly be any cooler? Damascus, of course. Yowzah.

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Before there was L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives…

It’s always interesting to trace the paths of the knifemakers we admire. Many of them honed their skills on other blades before producing the brands they’re associated with today. Not so long ago, L.T. Wright was half of Ohio-based Blind Horse Knives, which … Continue reading

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Sharp eyes will notice that this is actually a pre-ESEE model — specifically, it’s a RAT Cutlery RC-4, forerunner of the current ESEE-4. And while it’s true that we still have a few RATs in our inventory, the important thing … Continue reading

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Northwoods Bullet Jack

A couple of days ago we discovered several of these bone-scaled beauties hiding in our warehouse. If you wanted one, the bad news is that they went out the door almost as soon as we put them up on our website … Continue reading

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Benchmade 482 Megumi

If you associate Benchmade only with tactical utility, this knife is bound to change your way of thinking. The made-in-USA 482 Megumi features handles of rich Cocobolo and carbon fiber, wrapped around a Nak-Lok mechanism, stainless-steel liners and a clip-point blade … Continue reading

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Pocket Dump: Northwoods & Prometheus

Ok, so this may be lousy wallpaper, but it sure is a cool pocket dump. It’s a QR flashlight from Prometheus, which makes a great light and has gotten some undeserved bad press. I love mine. The knife, of course, is a Northwoods … Continue reading

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Great Eastern Cutlery #38 Northfield Grinling Whittler

Here’s another look at the Great Eastern Cutlery #38 Grinling Whittler. Unlike the Tidioute we posted the other day, however, this one bears the Northfield UN-X-LD marque. And in place of Black Camel Bone, this one’s scaled in Burnt Stag. … Continue reading

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Zero Tolerance ZT0566

Zero Tolerance and Rick Hinderer have joined forces again, and here’s the result — the ZT0566CFM390. Unscrambling that alphanumeric mouthful, we find a more compact version of the ZT0560 with carbon fiber and M390 stainless. Repeat after me: WOW.

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Krein Knives ‘Shard Mid-Tech’

Tom Krein produced this stunning flipper — CPM 154 @RC 60, titanium framelock, titanium standoffs, caged bearings and a ceramic detent ball. It’s truly an amazing folder.

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Fiddleback Forge: Custom & Production

Andy Roy of Fiddleback Forge recently released his first batch of production knives. The production Bushfinger brings all the cool design of Andy’s handmade knives, but in CPM S35VN “super steel” and at an unbeatable price.

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