Category Archives: Knives

Pi Knives aX – dobolock

Pi Knives has introduced an interesting folder design they call the aX – dobolock. Debuting, and winning an award, at the 2011 Blade Show last month, the knife opens toward the palm. Er, it folds along a different axis. Uhm, … Continue reading

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Pros Compact Unobtrusive Works Cons Difficult to open Uncomfortable to use Tool of last resort The Swiss+Tech Utilikey is an interesting product. Using the Utilikey is like drinking Natural Light, it’s not great, but it beats nothing. Barely. Marketed as … Continue reading

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Cold Steel The Spike

Pros Wicked Sharp Good sheath retention Good grip retention Thick strong blade Scandinavian grind Cons Too heavy for neck carry Not very concealable Scandinavian grind Narrow handle may not be comfortable for large hands The Cold Steel Spike is something … Continue reading

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Kershaw Knives on Discount

L.A. Police Gear is having a sale on Kershaw knives. Prices appear to be well below MSRP, but no telling how long this will last. I only own one Kershaw knife, a K.O. Vapor Plain Edge, that has been a … Continue reading

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Gun Blade

Merging guns and knives is nothing new. Military rifles have featured bayonets almost since the introduction of firearms into combat. Knives and swords that fired bullets as a last ditch offensive attack were introduced shortly thereafter. What I’ve not seen … Continue reading

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Spyderco Navaja

If you’re a close follower of Spyderco, you may have heard about the Navaja. It’s part of Spyderco’s Ethnic series, and inspired by the the traditional Navaja Carraca knives of Spain. The Navaja was rumored to be in design for … Continue reading

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