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Hawk Creek Blade provides a non-sharpened, coated mild steel trainer blade (right) to practice your twirls and swirls without cutting yourself. It’s a very good addition to the overall package.

Hawk Creek Blade E-VAC Review: Cutting-Edge Karambit?

Cutting-Edge Karambit-Style Knife? Or Dull Player? The author searches for his cutting mojo with the Hawk Creek Blade E-VAC.

D’souza Cerberus Review: Strong Showing Budget Blade

A budget option, the D’souza Cerberus punches above its price point.
An appealing overall shape, distinctive rasp pattern on the blade and an attractive handle help highlight the Manzano, a knife that is comfortable to a range of hand sizes.

Manzano: Appealing Look And Performance

Visually appealing thanks to a distinctive rasp pattern on the blade and attractive handle, the Manzano proves a sharp operator.
The D2 tool steel blade of Bob Dozier’s Bare Bones Buffalo Skinner boasts a deep belly and a high grind designed for optimum cutting performance.

Review: Bare Bones Buffalo Skinner

Bob Dozier's Bare Bones Buffalo Skinner is sharp—and comfy, too!

U.S. Made Military Knives And Makers

American muscle is alive and well and these four U.S.-based companies prove it, making military knives stateside.

Gent’s Knives for 2022

Today’s gent’s knives are what they are instead of what they used to be.  In years past, there was a genre of knife small, fancy...

Modern Tactical Knives

No matter the mission, one of these sharp tactical knives can cut it. Originally conceived for law enforcement and military and rescue personnel, tactical knives...
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