The CRKT For Those Who Served knife is well-designed, with features usually reserved for more expensive knives. An edge-retaining, powder-coated carbon steel blade, a well-designed sheath and an adjustable leg strap are just a few of the features…read the full post to get all the details.
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The Code Steel Code 4 blade is a high quality knife with a Tanto blade which is great for all around use and as a backup to a handgun. With balanced and weight distribution, this 4.4 ounce blad carries well and has modest choil. Although it ships set up for right-handers, it is easily converted to use for left-handers.
The CRKT T-Hawk is a well-made addition to your collection of working tools with high quality materials and great size. Read the most for more details.
The CRKT M16 is a well-built, lightweight safe and affordable blade and has earned high praise. It opens quickly by swiping the flipper against your pants leg, or anything else for that matter. Not only is it easy to open, the focus on functionality means it also stays open when you want it to. Check out this post to read how to put it to work for you.
Always keep a sharp edge on any blade with AccuSharp’s compact SharpNEasy knife sharpener. Build in just one unit is two ceramic rods—one coarse for sharpening and one fine for polishing, the SharpNEasy is very simple to use. Simply pull your blade through a few times to refine the edge on your pocketknife, tactical knife or multi-tool.
This set of five machetes is one of Cheaper Than Dirt’s best bargains on blades. Each individual order is a grab bag of five different machetes with a variety of blade shapes and lengths with different styles of handles. Every machete has a full-tang blade and have good weight and balance for swinging, whacking and chopping. At around four dollars a blade, these five large machetes are truly worth the price per blade.
These are the basic design components to look for in a fixed blade knife; they may also be important requirements for other edged tools. When you’re picking out a knife, there are many options and picking the one that fits your purpose, your hand and your environment are key.
Knives are often an investment and, at times, a throw away item. The CRKT product isn’t expensive, but it isn’t cheap, and that is a good place to be for a service-grade working tool. Among the most enjoyable knives I have run across in some time is the new production version of Brian Tighe’s My Tighe.
The knife—in all its different forms—is one of the oldest tools people have used. Early man used the sharp edges of bones and rocks to cut and chop, some say even before they discovered fire. Today, the high-tech materials we have to create new and innovative blades means we have knives that meet any niche from skinning hides to cutting through automobiles. A day doesn’t go by without the need of some type of sharp-edged tool. No matter the type of cutting, slashing, or carving job, be it for hiking, camping, bush-whacking, hunting, cutting a juicy steak, or repairs around the house, the best part of any edged-tool or knife is that it serves two purposes—a useful tool and back-up for self-defense. Five of our top-selling sharp-edged tools all differ in function. They are a tomahawk, bayonet, primitive Bowie, and self-defense.