Emerson makes some of the most highly-regarded and respected tactical knives in the industry. The simple and dependable designs perform…Read More >
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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.
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.
Knives are like guns, you can never have just one. Here are nine of what we think are some of the best knives to come out of Blade Show 2015.
The California Supreme Court is deciding if common, non-locking Swiss Army Knives and similar pocketknives are illegal “dirks” or “daggers” in the state.
Spring-assisted opening, nylon cord lanyard, lightweight and a partially serrated blade are all appealing features on an EDC knife. Even more appealing is a less than $20 price tag. Cheaper Than Dirt! dropped prices on UZI folding knives and I couldn’t resist taking it to task. Read my review to find out if the UZI Responder I knife is worth shelling out a few bucks.
The gear we choose for our everyday carry is just as important and varied as the guns we chose for self-defense. Be it a small, folding tradition pocketknife you inherited to a fixed blade partially serrated boot knife made for thrusting, a knife is usually carried every day. Not only for backup self-defense, but a knife can also save our life. If you like edged weapons, survival tool and tactical knives, check out these six new blades at on The Shooter’s Log.