The Ontario RAT Model 1 is seriously an amazing knife. First and foremost, you can really great quality for an even better price with the RAT 1. No one wants to overpay for anything, and you get an amazing deal when you get the RAT 1. The index finger groove gives you added control and security when you’re using the knife, so it’s really nice to … Continue reading
If you’re in tune with the knife world, then you know Blade Show just happened in Atlanta. There were quite a few new knives introduced for 2014 including the Kershaw Funxion: The Funxion is a pretty unique knife. The butt of the handle folds out like this: At the bottom of the handle is a locking carabiner clip and a belt/cord cutter with a hex … Continue reading
With BLADE Show just around the corner, it seemed appropriate to revisit the knife that won “Best Buy of the Year” at BLADE Show in 2013. The CRKT Endorser won the title last year, and it’s a pretty sweet blade. The Endorser is a folding knife that totals 7.31 inches in length and has a 3.18-inch 8Cr14MoV blade. The blade can be deployed with thumb … Continue reading
Kershaw is releasing a new knife this year called the Ember. It’s very similar to the Kershaw Cryo, but it’s a bit smaller. The Cryo has a 2.75-inch blade and totals 6.5 inches in length while the Ember has a 2-inch blade and totals 4.8 inches in length. The Cryo is a great bang for your buck; it has a quality design, top-notch materials, excellent … Continue reading
Continuing with the trend, here’s another new knife for 2014—the Steigerwalt Incendor : As is hinted to in its name, the Incendor is designed by Ken Steigerwalt. Ken has been interested in knife making since age 15, when he made his first knife. For more than 30 years now, Ken has been a full-time knife maker, and many know him for the seashell patterns … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my last post, SHOT Show just happened last month. This year was particularly fruitful at SHOT, and everyone had TONS of new product for 2014. I still have a lot more Kershaw stuff to show you, but I wanted to show you this blade first: H&K P30 The P30 takes after the H&K P30 handgun and it has really fast … Continue reading
Blade HQ just got back from SHOT Show, and let me tell you, there is tons of new, awesome stuff coming out in 2014. For those who don’t know, SHOT Show is an event that happens every January where manufacturers (primarily gun, ammo, etc., but also knife manufacturers) go to introduce new product for the year. There were a ton of new spring assisted knives … Continue reading
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