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Search Result: Folding Knives

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Mini-Rukus Knife

January 1, 2007
Benchmade has brought back its Rukus knife and is adding a smaller version, the Mini-Rukus. Both knives are Blackwood designed with Benchmade’s exclusive AXIS system, which provides for a smooth one-handed ambidextrous opening. Just like its big brother, the new Mini-Rukus has a two-part handle assembly with the ability to semi-customize the handle scales as you see fit.

Heckler & Koch HK34 Axis Tactical Folder

July 1, 2006

Created by Benchmade and designed by Mike Snody, HK's new folding knife is rugged and versatile.

Blade Tech MLEK Folding Knife

June 1, 2006

Years ago, I needed a holster for a Novak-built STI International 1911. I searched high and low to no avail. Then I learned that a small Washington-based company called Blade Tech was making custom holsters out of Kydex. I sent them my STI, and they made an excellent holster that fit it perfectly.

SOG Trident TF-1 Folding Knife

July 1, 2005
SOG’s Trident folder was designed with a new TigerStripe blade that was released last year. The knife is SAT patented and features the new Arc-Actuator with built-in blade locking safety. The TF-1 is also equipped with a Digi-Grip handle with groove and Hardcased black TiNi-coated, half-serrated blade. The knife also features a reversible and removable pocket clip.

SureFire Alpha Folding Knife

December 1, 2004

Known for its innovations in tactical, weapons-mounted, and personal light technology, SureFire is now producing a line of high-quality, heavy-duty knives.

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.

On the Cutting Edge

October 1, 2002

No department would dare let said officer hit the street without training and instruction in policies governing the use of a pistol. Many PDs even have policies regarding the use of flashlights. But in most departments an edged weapon/cutting tool clipped to the pocket of the officer's duty pants flies under the radar.

Police Search and Rescue Knife

August 1, 2001
Emerson Knives, known for their comprehensive line of rugged working knives, has just released the P-S.A.R.K., a police version of their United States Navy search and rescue knife (S.A.R.K.). The top of the blade has the patented Emerson "wave" feature. This allows the knife to open while it is being drawn from the pocket, using the drawing motion to deploy the blade.

940 AXIS Folder

November 1, 2000
The trademark AXIS lock, combined with dual thumb studs, make the model 940 a totally ambidextrous cutting tool. Benchmade 722 AXIS folder has a sleek, geometric Tanto-shape blade, beveled on both sides and sporting ATS-34 stainless steel, giving it maximum cutting power for various applications.
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