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Sparrows Lock Picks – FIELD SPEC 3 Knives

Sunday, April 12th, 2015

spec 3 sized

Sparrows Lock Pick has, at special request, designed and built a set of three small survival blades, a mix between an arrowhead and a thumb dagger, for a select customer. After fulfilling the order, they were left with 166 sets, which they will soon be selling on their website.

The three blades are made of 440C steel, with a black stone wash. Small and sharp, the blades are designed to be pinched with fingers or tied onto an object. They come with a bit of paracord, a mini case, and a survival tin.

Rim Jack – An RMJ Tactical / American Kami Collaboration

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Meet the Rim Jack. It’s a collaboration between RMJ Tactical and American Kami meant as a special build to raise awareness and money for the Green Beret Foundation. The only way you’ll be able to score one of these is when they are in limited release for fundraisers.


Essentially, the Rim Jack is an Eagle Talon head increased 10% with an open bid at the blade. Naturally, it’s 100% Made in the USA. The .9″ thick handle offers G10 grips (laser engraved with both brands’ logos) with a .275″ thick head made from DLC coated S7. The head is held in place via a mortis and tenon attachment with proprietary screws.

Atteboro Knife Destruction Test

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Spartan Blades - Velos Lapel Dagger/Tool

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

Unveiled at SHOT Show, the new “Velos” Lapel Dagger/Tool will be shipping out to dealers next week.

Velos (Vee-Los) – a fitting name for this small lapel dagger-tool, Velos, is Greek for arrow or arrowhead. For students of history, the inspiration for this design is obvious; the OSS lapel daggers made famous in WWII. This everday carry (EDC) knife-tool can be worn around the neck or in a pocket. The Velo’s design makes it a comfortable everyday carry fixed blade with great ergonomics. The form fitted Kydex sheath comes with a stainless steel neck chain. Made of CPM 20CV, the knife holds an edge while resisting corrosion very well with 20% chromium and 1% vanadium. Handle has a flat-tip screwdriver and hex tool cut out that can be used when sheathed (sheath is handle).

Knife Name: Velos
Designer(s): Iovito
Overall Length: 4 7/16″
Blade Length: 2 1/8″
Blade Thickness: 3/16″
Blade Steel: CPM 20CV
Blade Hardness: 59-60 HRC
Blade Style: Dagger with hex tool and standard flat-tip on handle.
Coating: SpartaCoat – PVD – Tungsten DLC (Black) or Plain Bead Blasted
Sheath: Kydex (Black).
Weight: 0.063 LBS (Oz) (Knife)

Rustick Knives Launches Website

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

Rustick Knives is a one man shop run by retired US Army SGM Jack Stottlemire. Jack served 26 years as a US Marine, Army Paratrooper and Special Operations Soldier. He initially studied knife making under Chris Williams of Wilmont Knives and has been created several excellent designs including the Kraken.

Each blade is handcrafted over a long process by Jack, 100% Combat Veteran made in the U.S.A.

Rustick Knives

Sneak Peek – Winkler Small Belt Knife

Monday, March 30th, 2015

At last week’s USASOC Sniper Competition we were offered a look at the upcoming Small Belt Knife by ABS Master Bladesmith Daniel Winkler.
Seen above with the Belt Knife for size comparison, the new Small Belt Knife was created as a smaller, lower coat alternative to the standard model. Aside from moving to the 4-1/2″ blade, another factor contributing to the lower cost is that the Small Belt Knife has a full tang rather than the more complicated tapered tang found on the original. This also makes the SBK easier to manufacture which will help alleviate the backlog for the Belt Knife. Look for it by May, 2015 from

More Salient Arms Edged Weapons Photos

Sunday, March 15th, 2015



Photos by Apex Armor.

Skallywag Tactical – Pathfinder Knife

Thursday, March 12th, 2015


The Pathfinder is the latest blade available from Skallywag Tactical. The blade profile is CNC milled from CPMS35vn steel, then hand ground and in-house heat treated and tempered. The Pathfinder’s scales are 3D milled from Black Linen Micarta, textured for retention. The total length of the Pathfinder is 11.75″, with a blade length of 6″.

Comes with a Tactical Tailor sheath with belt loops and leg strap. Available in a Cerakote Black or FDE finish. MIL/LE/SAR qualify for a 10% discount by using coupon code USMIL at check out.

Attleboro Knives – The Attleboro

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

In this post, we’re revisiting a knife we featured on the site at roughly the same time last year. The Attleboro is a combat utility knife designed by retired SF Operators, and designed in honor of US Army Special Forces MSG William B Hunt and all military members involved in Operation Attleboro during the Vietnam War.


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 –

Sneak Peek – Salient Arms Axes

Sunday, March 8th, 2015