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Schrade SCHF12 Knife Modified Tanto Fixed Blade (4.9" Black Plain)

I love the Kershaw Ken Onion line and I've made it my mission to collect them all. I previously reviewed the Kershaw Chive and today we'll be taking a look at its bigger brother the Leek. Like the other Ken Onion designed Kershaw knives, the Leek comes in a number of different versions but the one were going to be looking at today is the plain edge-all stainless steel construction. Kershaw is owned by KAI Group of Japan but the Ken Onion line is built right here in the USA.

Southern Bowie with Blued Steel by Jerry Fisk

The Brown Bear Combination Hunting Knives

- Description - Specifications - Alaska x Texas Designed and built in Texas, field tested in Alaska: Introducing the Brown Bear Skinner/Cleaver and Cub Bear Caping Knife. Big game hunters know that tw

Kershaw Chive Knife Review

Benchmade 940 Osborne Folding Knife (3.4" Satin Plain)

Microtech Ultratech Zombie Tech OTF Dagger Knife (3.4" Bead Blast Plain) 122-7Z

Protech Les George Prototype Rockeye Skull Automatic Knife (3.375" Plain)

THIS IS SPARTA!!! Cold Steel pays tribute to those ancient Greeks and warriors of today with the wicked Cold Steel Spartan, a folding blade with an attitude. I honestly didn’t know much about this knife when I purchased it, other than the fact it had a cool name and could punch through Kevlar (judging by the Cold Steel promo video). I was essentially looking at this knife as a cool new toy but the Spartan surprised me. Its rugged toughness and durability makes it a very useful knife, whether…

If you are looking for a blade that’s got the muscle of a fixed blade knife in a compact Easy-to-carry folding blade form, then Cold Steel’s Rajah II may be just the knife you are looking for. The Rajah II has a massive Kukri style blade that is sharp enough to shave with out of the box but is surprisingly light weight for its size. Cold Steel’s TriAd Locking System secures the blade and allows it to withstand over 400lbs of downward force. Now, one thing that should be made clear is that…