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Most modern double-edged daggers provide one true cutting edge and one false edge. If you're a martial artist training in the Filipino style, the Bear & Son's Black Butterfly is a big step up from a balisong built only for practice.
The hollow ground edge arrives razor-sharp, and the drop point blade is the right size and style for ordinary chores and ...
This Warren Osborne design is for women or men who want the functionality of the full-sized Barrage in a small package. This inexpensive pocket clip folder opens with the convenience and speed you'd expect from a more expensive automatic.
You don't lose much when you choose the Mini-Barrage. The Swamp Rat Knife Works Hairy Carry was designed as a high performance fixed blade in a size matched to everyday uses. The patented Gerber Forward Action Spring Technology (FAST) is the work of Butch Vallotton, a ...
Though it's better suited for fixing to gear or hanging on the belt, the BK11 outshines many neck knives by simply being enough knife to actually use. The Uzi EK Battlefield Commander does have an interesting high-tech look but comes up slightly short in durability.
Balance the trendy blood groove against the knife's good features and make up your own mind.
You won't see the usual marks of a dependable knife -- no cross-hatched handle slabs or overly heavy blade -- but the dependability is still there. The 6-3/4-inch Becker Necker, now produced by Ka-Bar, seems a bit much to hang around the neck.
The Ka-Bar Besh BOGA Neck Knife is the production version of a women's self defense knife designed by Canadian Special Ops soldier Brent Breshara.