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Darley Defense Days – Gerber

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

E-Tool With Pick
E-Tool With Pick

The E-Tool is a military-grade digging tool for trenches and holes. The shovel head is powder-coated, carbon steel with a serrated blade edge. The head folds back to expose a pick for loosening rock and breaking up roots. The E-Tool body is composed of an annodized aluminum shaft with a glass-filled Nylon handle; the overall length of the E-Tool comes in at 23.75″.

www.gerbergear.com/Tactical/Gear/E-tool_22-01945

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River Shorty

The River Shorty is designed for rafting, diving, or other water-borne activities. The 3″ blade is forged from stainless steel and well polished to limit corrosion. It features a small partial serration on the lower edge, and a longer, beefier serration on the upper edge, with a stunted tip.

The handle is composed of glass-filled Nylon, with porcupine-like edges along both sides, which support natural thumb and finger placement along the lower edge and offer a sturdy grip.

The sheath is constructed of hard plastic and can be mounted to a Personal Flotation Device, pack, or belt for quick access.

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Made in Portland, Oregon, USA. Available in two handle colors: Hi-Vis Green and Black.

www.gerbergear.com/Outdoor/Knives/River-Shorty-Green_31-002645

Bawidamann Blades – Skeletonized Karambit

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

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Designed in conjunction with Steve Hacht and Bryce Grey, the Bawadimin Knives Skeletonized Karambit features a paracord friendly handle although it does not come wrapped, and must be customized by the user. Heavy chamfers on the Karambit allow for increased comfortability. Machined from CRU-WEAR steel, the Karambit features a hardness of 61-63 on the Rockwell scale.

The Skeletonized Karambit comes with a custom conceal carry sheath. It’s a great new design to go with an outstanding knife. The integrated ST801 PUP nylon backstraps features a “pull the dot” snap, and allows the sheath to mount securely to a belt, right up against the body.

Available in Forest Green, Black, Bronze, and Tungsten.

www.bawidamann.com/shop/ShenanigansBawidamannBlades

Skallywag Tactical – “Spin Drift” Steve Reichert Signature Blade

Friday, March 28th, 2014

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The “Spin Drift” is a knife co-developed by Steve Reichert and Skallywag Tactical. CNC machined from D2 tool steel, the blade is heat treated to 1880F then cooled to -300F. Steve Reichert’s signature is then laser etched into the blade, after which it is coated in Black Ion Bond, leaving a rugged non-reflective flat grey/black coating.

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The scales are Black linen Mircarta, CNC milled with a cross hatch texture for improved grip.

The “Spin Drift” comes with a Kydex sheath from Survival Sheath Systems. It features attached loops for on-the-belt carry.

skallywagtactical.com

Attleboro Knives – The Attleboro

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014

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The Attleboro is a combat utility knife designed by retired SF Operators. Forged from S35V stainless steel, the Attleboro features a cryo-treated, hollow ground blade in a spear point design with an aggressive swedge. Unique slanted serrations on the blade make for better cutting, and 1.5″ of gimping on the spine maximizes grip for optimal control with or without gloves. The handle is skeletonized for weight reduction, overlaid with Black Phenolic canvas laminate material scales. The butt of the knife features a beveled glass breaker and lanyard hole. The Attleboro is finished in H-146 Graphite Black Cerakote.

Included with every knife is an OKUDEN custom made Okydex sheath in either Desert Tan or Black. Every Attleboro also comes with a commemorative MSG William B. Hunt Memorial Chapter coin and certificate.

The Attleboro knife is designed to commemorate the actions of Army Special Forces MSG William B. Hunt and all military members involved in Operation Attleboro during the Vietnam War. Boots & Berets, inc. has allocated a percentage of every sale of the Attleboro Knife to the Green Beret Foundation.

Available for purchase through Gemtech – www.gem-tech.com/store/pc/-The-Attleboro-Knife-8p880

www.attleboroknives.com

Sayoc Kali / Winkler MADUMI Knife

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

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The MADUMI is a knife made in collaboration between Sayoc Kali and Daniel Winkler. The MADUMI is made from .25 thick 80crv2 steel, tapered from the end of the handle to the blade point and with full blade bevels. Choice of handles include: Curly Maple, Rubber, or Black Micarta. Note that the finalized sheath will be Black instead of the Brown pictured.

A custom Kydex sheath will be available from Blade Rigs.

Currently available for Pre-order on Sayoc Kali’s website. Production is expected to start in May.

PREORDER HERE:

Daniel Winkler
P.O. Box 2166
Blowing Rock, NC 28605
Phone: (828) 295-9156
danielwinkler@bellsouth.net

www.sayoc.com

Coye “Mad Duo” Limited Edition – Giving Away No.1 Of 20

Friday, March 14th, 2014

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Breach-Bang-Clear donated the ’1 of 20′ knife in a line of custom Coye Ridgebacks to F3 Tactical, for the purpose of a raffle benefiting the Warrior Shoot Event Group. The Ridgeback features a 5/32″ Bohler N690 stainless steel blade with a length of 3.25″. The finish is either plain stonewash or acid wash/tumbled, and the handle material is G10. Each knife comes with a custom Kydex sheath with Tek-Lok. The custom engraving on the blade features the Breach-Bang-Clear crest on one side of the blade, along with a ’1 of 20′ mark.

The drawing will be held April 02, 2014.

www.f3tac.com/products.php?product=Donation-%252d-WSEG-Raffle-Ticket

SHOT Show – CRKT No Bother by Ryan Johnson

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

RMJ Tactical’s Ryan Johnson told us he has a little help in creating some of his designs. Take for instance the upcoming No Bother from CRKT.

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Like me, Ryan does a lot with his kids. He told me that one day he and his daughter were out and she sketched a neck knife design out and wrote “No Bother” under it. Ryan asked her what that was about and she said, dead pan, “no one is going to bother you when you have this.” The name stuck along with the overall design.

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This full tang neck knife is made from 8Cr13MoV with a 2.1″ blade and overall length of 5.29″ with a non-reflective, black oxide stone wash finish and a reverse tanto tip. Thanks to the non-removable ABS scales it only weights 2.2 oz.

The sheath can be worn several ways including around the neck via Paracord with integrated release safety fob to avoid choking as well as attached to PALS webbing. The sheath retains the blade even when tip up.

www.crkt.com/no-bother-tactical-fixed-blade-neck-knife

SHOT Show – CRKT’s Woods Chogan & Kangee T-Hawk Designed by Ryan Johnson

Monday, March 10th, 2014

CRKT introduced two new Ryan Johnson Tomahawk designs at SHOT Show, the Woods Chogan and Kangee T-Hawks.

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You probably know Ryan Johnson from his own RMJ Tactical. He’s done a couple of designs for them in the past such as last year’s Chogan and Kangee T-Hawks that differ from these new models because of handle material. Weighing in at 2 lbs, 1.4 oz, these new Woods versions feature a 19.13″ long handle of Tennessee hickory, sealed with lacquer.

The heads of both models are made from 1055 steel and measure just over 4″. The Chogan offers a Hammer, while the Kangee incorporates a Spike on the head.

www.crkt.com

Warrior Expo – Benchmade

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

New for 2014, the Benchmade Fixed Contego by Warren Osborne features a reverse Tanto blade.

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With an overall length of 10.18″, the Fixed Contego combines a 4.97″ blade made from CPM-S30V with contoured G10 scales. The knife also includes a multi-position, molded sheath with adjustable detent.

www.benchmade.com

Sneak Peek – RMJ Tactical/Bawidamnn Ragnorak Hawk

Thursday, February 20th, 2014

Bawidamann and RMJ are teaming up!

RMJ Tactical is teaming up with Bawidmann to present the “RAGNAROK” hawk which will be offered in both 12″ and 14″ versions. According to Bawidamann Blades, they’ve always been and always will be ardent RMJ TACTICAL Tomahawk fanboys and customers. Over the years they’ve have gone from fanboys to peers to friends and without Ryan Johnson there would be no PUP system. He machined the first kydex versions out gratis, to help Andrew get them off the ground when he had no start up capital. Bawidamann went on to say this about Ryan, “He is a Fine American and one hell of a designer/engineer. He makes the finest Hawk in the world in my opinion and we were super flattered that he wanted to collaborate with us to make some small, light, designer axes that are well…badass.”