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Al Mar Nomad Knife

April 1, 2004

For 25 years Al Mar has been a leader in tactical knives. The company's tradition of hard-use folding duty/tactical knives continues as Al Mar broadens its line of clip-it style knives.

Glock 37 .45 Caliber GAP

February 1, 2004

The lure and mystery of the .45 ACP continues unabated.

A Pointed Preview

February 1, 2004

In order to get a glimpse behind the curtain ahead of the show, Police made some calls and received a sneak preview of the latest duty blades from Al Mar, Benchmade, Buck, Columbia River Knife and Tool (CRKT), Kershaw, Masters of Defense (MOD), SOG Knives, and Spyderco.

Buck-Strider Police Utility Knife

January 1, 2004

This unusual folding knife is built tough enough for daily duty and designed for close defense.

Wilson/Ralph Model 15 Tactical Knife

December 1, 2003

Thanks to the work of Ryan Wilson and Darrell Ralph, the Wilson name, long known for quality firearms, is now on a superior line of knives.

SOG Knives Paratool S31 Multitool

November 1, 2003

Just as clip-it folding knives have become an unofficial part of the duty uniform for the military, EMS, and law enforcement, so, too, have pocket tools.

Boker AK-47 Folding Knife

October 1, 2003

Earlier this year, Böker Knives and Kalashnikov agreed to develop a folding knife that's worthy of the Kalashnikov name and that upholds the AK-47's reputation for reliability and durability.

Kershaw Knives Boa

September 1, 2003

In the world of knives, Kershaw is one of the names that is synonymous with quality. Not only are the company's knives some of the finest available, but they are reasonably priced and rugged enough for hard duty.

Gerber Silver Trident

August 1, 2003

The Silver Trident is a 10.75-inch blackened stainless knife that tips the scales at just over 11 ounces. This is not a "hang it from your daily wear duty belt beat cop" kind of knife.

 

Cold Steel Gunsite Folding Knife

July 1, 2003

For a knife with a Zytel handle, the Gunsite folder had a really solid feel. There was no side-to-side slop, and when opened and closed the action was secure. I was sold.

Beretta's Model 92 Folding Knife

May 1, 2003

This clip-it exhibits the qualities that have made Beretta sidearms standard for police personnel.

Benchmade AXIS 5000

April 1, 2003

Rugged and ready for duty, this is not your daddy's automatic knife.

KA-BAR Folding Hunter

March 1, 2003

This budget clip-it knife offers a lot of bang for the buck.

Columbia River's M16 Duty Knives

February 1, 2003

The top of the line is the M16 series of knives developed by Kit Carson, a well known member of the Knifemakers' Guild.

SOG's Flash II Assisted Opening Folding Knife

January 1, 2003

SOG Knives has built a strong reputation among knife users by manufacturing hard-use affordably priced knives of high quality.

Calling All MacGyvers

November 1, 2002

With a pocket tool in his hand and a couple of strips of aluminum foil MacGyver could probably construct a nuclear power plant. You won't need to do that. But in the real world of law enforcement, these devices are handy streamlined versions of the essential items from your tool box.

Getting The Point

July 1, 2002

Today's pocket knives have been transformed from the large Buck Lockblade and the Schrade Old Timer to the ultra-modern streamlined clip-it folders you see in every duty gear catalog and supply house.

Boot Up For Success

December 1, 2000

"Today, law enforcement personnel want a "duty" boot that is lightweight, comfortable and will hold up in all the various conditions these individuals find themselves in on a daily basis."

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