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Knife reviews, including pocket folding knives, survival knives, camping knives, tactical knives, fixed blade and folding knives for EDC.

Kershaw Junkyard Dog 2.2 Composite

I recently purchased the Kershaw Junkyard Dog 2.2 Composite. I saw it while browsing knives, and decided I had to buy it. And can you blame me? The Junkyard Dog is just a good-looking blade, and as it turns out, a pretty functional blade as well. Specifications Steel Sandvik 14C28N and CPM-D2 composite two-tone stainless […]

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SOG Aegis

SOG Aegis

Having never owned an assisted open knife, I recently decided to purchased a SOG Aegis in digital camouflage. In Greek, Aegis means “shield” or “protection”; an apt name for an every-day-carry (EDC) knife that may be used in emergency situation. The Aegis uses the S.A.T. (SOG Assisted Technology) system for opening the blade. Give it […]

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Spyderco Tenacious

Spyderco makes some really cool knives, but some of their models get a little pricey. That’s not the case with the Spyderco Tenacious. The Tenacious is a “value model” for Spyderco, and is an excellent value indeed. Specifications Steel 8Cr13MoV Handle Textured black G-10 Blade Length 3.39″ Closed Length 4.45″ Overall Length 7.76″ Weight 4.1 […]

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Kershaw Skyline

The Kershaw Skyline a shining example of what an EDC pocket folding knife should be. Great value, lightweight, good steel, sharp, rugged…the Kershaw Skyline delivers. Specifications Steel Sandvik 14C28N, bead-blasted finish Handle Textured black G-10 Blade Length 3-1/8 in. (7.9 cm) Closed Length 4-1/4 in. (10.8 cm) Overall Length 7 3/8 in. (18.7 cm) Weight […]

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Cold Steel Super Edge Neck Knife

I love Cold Steel, and I love Cold Steel knives. Cold Steel is based out of Ventura, California, and makes many great products including knives, swords, machetes, tomahawks, blowguns, walking sticks, spears, pepper spray, and many other specialty self-defense items. Cold Steel was founded in 1980 by company president Lynn C. Thompson. In addition to being […]

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Buck Vantage Avid

Buck Vantage Avid

A few years back Buck released the Vantage Series of knives, and has steadily expanded the line. All knives in the series share a basic design, but are offered in different materials and sizes. For the past year, I have been carrying the Buck Vantage Avid as my every-day-carry (EDC) knife, and it has more […]

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Ontario GEN II SP46 Review

The Ontario GEN II SP46 is a fixed blade knife in Ontario Knife’s Spec Plus line of knives designed by Dan Maragni. As GEN II name suggests, the SP46 is now in its second generation, and is quite an excellent knife for the price. Ontario’s Spec Plus line of knives is their “value” line of […]

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Ontario RAT Model 1

The RAT Model 1 by Ontario Knife Company is a folding knife in the RAT Series of knives. The knife is available in several configurations – either plain or partially serrated, and either a black or satin finished blade. The RAT 1 features a 4-way clip position, an AUS-8 blade with a full flat grind, […]

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KA-BAR Becker BK2 Campanion Review

Overview The KA-BAR Becker Campanion is a fixed blade knife designed for camping and hunting. The Campanion was designed by Ethan Becker, an avid outdoorsman. Ethan Becker founded Becker Knife and Tool Corporation in the early 1980′s to design the industrial-strength tactical and survival knives he’d always wanted for himself, and manufactured by KA-BAR in the […]

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Boker Hyper Review

The Boker Hyper is a knife that isn’t on a lot of people’s radar. This is a real shame, because the Boker Hyper is simply fantastic. The Hyper is a framelock folder designed by Chad Los Banos and manufactured by Boker. Details The Boker Hyper has an overall length of 6.5″ and a blade length of 2.75″. The […]

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