The MILF series are MILSPEC knife options from Halfbreed Blades by way of Hardcore Hardware Australia. Check out the Large Bush too.
The HR-1 from Hard Ready is a fixed blade knife intended for “fighting.” Here’s how it stacks up from the perspective of a corrections officer.
Ryan Hoover’s “Edge Reality” is a program that teaches blade defense concepts and associated critical thinking. Take a look.
The Spyderco Para 3 offers a small, light cutting tool that is extremely comfortable to hold and very effective. All in a small enough package that you won’t really notice you’re carrying until you need it. And it does it affordably!
This tomahawk would be the perfect addition to a backpack for a trip into the woods. It’s a tool that will provide shelter and wood for a fire, as well as protection. One strike from a CRKT Kangee Woods T-Hawk would be devastating. I can’t think of a scarier close-quarters edged weapon.
The Kershaw Lucha is an easy-to-hold and easy-to-fight-with-knife. The blade is an impressive piece of steel. Losing your grip isn’t going to happen, and the mighty big blade will slice and dice through whatever stands in your way, be it a Russian from Red Dawn or some steak and chicken that needs to be turned into fajitas.
The Commander is an efficient, effective, cutting tool in a light, reasonably compact package that is trusted by professionals around the world. Emerson’s motto, “Famous in the worst places” is not just words, but an idea that people stake their lives on.
This small knife is versatile and useful for a wide audience. Its uses are endless, including sharpening tent stakes, opening packages, prying open car doors, and whatever else a user can dream up. The sky is the limit here.
The Strider Knives SnG folder is a well-built, stout folding knife. In fact, it’s a smaller version of the SMF that was issued to the US Marines SOCOM.
The ZT 0920 folding knife designed by Les George checks every box. Badass custom designer, top tier materials, smooth action, and a little bit of Bling tastefully done.