Today, we’re going to take a look at a knife that’s fine, but with a few achilles heels: The Spyderco Mantra 3.
One of the most iconic pocket or belt knives has to be the Buck 110. In this review I compare the new for 2018 Pro and Select Lightweight Hunter Folding blades. Translated, these two new slim knives are less that half the weight of the original, and they have swappable pocket clips. This video compares […]
Today, we’ll take a look at a very small, very slicy little piece from Spyderco’s new ‘Flash Batch’ series: The Lil’ Nilakka by Pekka Tuominen
Today, a review of a knife that’s not terrible, but not really worth a damn, either.
Today, we’re going to take a look at a very interesting knife from Rick Hinderer: The MP-1. Worth noting: This was recorded nearly a year before the XM-18 Tri-Way was announced. It’s a bit out of date, as such!
Today, we’ll take a look at a value-focused knife from WE, the Practic.
Today, we’ll take a quick look at an interesting Prototype, the Bade Modern Design Wolverine Integral Pocketknife. It’s being funded on IndieGoGo, so if you want to see it happen, you’ll have to pledge below: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-wolverine-high-end-integral-folding-knife/x/18548596#/
Today, we’ll take a look at a big ol’ pocketknife, the Spyderco Military. Although it’s light for its size, and way slicier than you might expect, and is probably a great choice for some, ultimately, it’s just a bit huge and a bit tip-down-only for my taste.
The Sanrenmu 7089 or more specifically it’s stainless steel finished variant Sanrenmu 7089 LUX – SA Girl Pocket Knives with Frame Lock, is a cheap chill AF pocket knife. This review covers ergonomics, and why possibly Sanrenmu isn’t as popular as Ganzo. The sub $10 is sure to be one of the best value compact […]
The Ken Onion Leek by Kershaw is a folding pocket knife which I’m pretty sure everyone owns now. This compact folder with Speedsafe assisted opening, is a great compact EDC knife that uses Sandvik 14c28N steel, for an ultra sharp edge. This review is for the Blackwash finished version, but it’s available in a few […]
Today, we’re going to take a look at a big knife, with a great blade, and a pretty unique style, the Spyderco and Brain Lai Amalgam.
The Hogue X5 is an interesting knife produced by Hogue knives and designed by Allen Elishewitz. It’s an assisted button lock flipper which looks like a stealth bomber, which makes this a really neat, unique knife on my table. But unfortunately, as neat as it is on the able, it’s terrible in the hand and […]
Today, we’re going to take a look at the ‘Mini’ (regular size) Crooked River from Benchmade knives, which is a great design at a size which is much better suited for your pocket.
Today, we’re going to look at a big, beautiful, and kind of unwieldy blade, the Benchmade Crooked River.
Today, we’re going to take a look at a great everyday carry option, in a nice material, from Benchmade, the North Fork.
Today, we’re going to take a look at the Boker/Serge Panchenko Lancer. It’s a fun little design, with an interesting set of opening options. But ultimately, there’s a lot of price here, and not all that much knife, which leave the Lancer a bit low on value, and low on interest.
Today, we’ll take a look at a beautifully made knife that I deeply don’t get: The Spyderco PPT
The Kershaw Westin is a knife deisgned by Les George and inspired by the character Michael Westin from Burn Notice. What is Burn Notice about, I’m not sure- but it’s responsible for this knife. In this review I make some jokes, wax poetic about the Speed Safe assited opening, and talk about stuff that may […]
The “Faithful 5” is a term I coined denoting the 5 EDC (Everyday Carry) pocket knives that I carry the most! These EDC folding knives are at the core of my EDC knife rotation which makes them truly my 5 best everyday carry knives going into 2018 (in fact, I’m carrying EDC knife #1 as […]
Today, we’re going to take a look at a knife that’s completely unique, absolutely nuts, and weirdly compelling: the Demko AD-15.
Although it’s a bit thick in the blade, and it’s not for everybody, the Cold Steel Ultimate Hunter is ultimately a pretty damned good knife, and although it’s not my style, strictly speaking, it’s a gem.
Today, we’re going to take a look at a very attractive Love Letter to the Spyderco Native 5, the Fluted Carbon Fiber/S90V Native 5.
Brad Buckner with www.sharpensbest.com gets a Dollar Tree pocket knife to test out to see the quality, and if it is worth one dollar
Today, we’ll look at a budget knife by Kizer and Dirk Pinkerton, with a great blade, but a problematic handle, the Tangram Orion Pocketknife.
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