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Cold steel has been one of the leaders in the knife industry producing all manner of cutlery ranging from affordable to extravagantly high-end. The all time favorite is the Cold Steel SRK—Survival Rescue Knife. Unfortunately, Cold Steel’s famed Carbon V steel has been discontinued. However, it was replaced with the new AUS8 SRK version which Major Pandemic puts to the test.
The CRKT OC3 is designed by sixth-degree black belt Pat Cascio and knife maker Brian Wagner. The result of this meeting of the minds is an extraordinary knife with excellent capabilities. During the past few years, CRKT has brought together the best and brightest knife designers and makers, and the result is nothing short of amazing, but is it as good as your EDC knife?
The 2016 SHOT Show offers an overflowing array of tempting goodies, so much so that consumers may feel overwhelmed at the task of figuring out what to buy in the coming year. To help out, we’re offering a sampler of some of the more interesting products from a vast and diverse assortment.
Ruger firearms are respected for workmanlike function, durability and accuracy. Ruger knives are functional and rugged, and they have the proper geometry for cutting chores. Read the full story to learn more about Ruger knives.
The Kershaw CQC-5K folding knife is put through abuse, as well as menial everyday tasks and has yet to fail it’s owner. For the price, you can’t find a much better knife. Read our field report here.
Your brain is obviously the most important tool to survival, but it is not the only tool you need. Five top survival and bushcrafting experts weigh in on their favorite tools for survival.
A reputable company, a reputable knife maker, and innovative design all for less than $40? The Kershaw Thermite needs to be your new EDC knife. Here’s why…
Law Shield recently warned its members that until September 1, 2015, they still have to obey tricky local knife laws in Texas — especially if they live in or travel to San Antonio and Corpus Christi.