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!
On the Edge
Pocket knives (and for that matter fixed blade knives) can be a weapon, a tool, or a work of art. Sometimes you get two outta three, sometimes all three. It should be no surprise that we review, write about, and occasionally drool over a wide variety of knives here at Breach-Bang-Clear.
We have them divvied up by type, mostly, though we must admit to a certain level of grabasstic inconsistency.
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In addition to function (which obviously is a subjective classification), we also have many categorized by form.
You can find knives about fixed blade knives, by the way, here:
Ryan Johnson and the RMJ Tactical crew have breathed new life into American Tomahawk Company. Here’s the Model 1, a tactical tomahawk with modern features.
Ka-Bar recently released a new folder, the “Jarosz”, designed by custom knifemaker Jesse Jarosz.
If you’re looking for a small, razor-sharp knife with finesse, then the Mora is the knife for you. Ryan Houtekamer gives us some into.
In this episode of MNKF, we take a look at a modern take on an old classic knife. Alexander Crown reviews the Southern Specialties Folding Pocket Set 7P.
Today on Monday Night Knife Fights, we talk about a karambit folder from Blade-Tech.
The origin of plastic stickers, like the G10 Face Stabber, is all over the place and depending on who you talk to, you get a different story.
I’d been looking for a boot-knife. I wound up getting a shiv fashioned from an old saw blade by Ru Titley about a year ago. The blade is 3.5mm high carbon saw blade steel with a handle wrapped in Technora cord.
Rey's Bros Blades — you are going to be very happy you read this installment of Monday Night Knife Fights! There are vast numbers of people wanting to be "instafamous" in the tactical world....
The Zero Tolerance ZT0095BW isn't actually called the Grey Man, but it ought to be. This is one very nice folder; we'll explain why we (and several other pubs and sites) think so. Note: This article not paid for or...