Today, we’re going to take a look at a little tiny knife, with a whole lot of charm, the Spyderco and Jonathan McNees ‘McBee’, based on the ‘Killer B’.
Today, we’re going to take a look at a very interesting big old knife, the WE Knives Wasabi.
Today, we’re going to take a look at a knife that’s fine, but with a few achilles heels: The Spyderco Mantra 3.
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 It’s a bit out of date, as such!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 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.
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 Lighting OTF is a ridiculous, low quality knife, which is still kind of fun. Not a gem, but good for a grin or two.
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
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 (snick) talk a bit (snick) about a very interesting (snick) knife from Benchmade (snick), the Phaeton (snick) out-the-front (snick) automatic (snick) knife.
Today, we’re going to look at a very small, very thin pocketknife: The Leatherman KB.
The Strider SNG is a really well known knife in the “hard use” and “tactical” knife world, and Mick Strider, the designer, is (in)famous throughout the knife world. The knife has an interesting design, and looks deeply tactical, but the fit-and-finish, design choices, and incredible price leave this knife cool, but ultimately, not recommended.
Today, we’re going to take a look at a little knife with a lotta attitude, the Spyderco Michael Reinhold Rhino.
Today, we’re going to take a look at a new pocketknife from Spyderco’s “Salt” series that’s both very, very rust-resistant, and very, very good, the Spyderco Caribbean in LC200N steel.
Today, we’ll review another nice knife from CKF. Great action, nice design, some annoying flipper geometry, and a terrible clip. If you like the look, you’ll like the knife.
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