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Blade Show – Bawidamann Blades

Friday, June 8th, 2012


Bawidamann Blades hit Blade Show hard with a variety of standard and custom models including the Skulduggery, Pogn, and Karambit. For instance, check out the acid etching on these blades.

If you’re at Blade, get them while they’re hot! For those of you that couldn’t make it this year, visit www.bawidamann.com

Bawidamann Blades Skulds Available Now

Friday, February 24th, 2012

We just got word that Bawidamann Blades has 40 of their new Skulds in stock NOW! They had 25 a few weeks ago and poof, they were gone so if you want one, get on it. The Skuld features a full tang construction with a 3-7/8 inch blade and an overall length of 8-1/2 inches. Two steel choices are available, S35-VN or XHP and there are three color options available for the G10 handle. It also comes with a Kydex sheath.

I purchased one in a pre-release order around SHOT Show and it is an outstanding blade. It fits the hand very well and the G10 handle not only looks good but it’s comfortable as well. The notches on the thumbrest are great for indexing and in the photo above you can see unique filework on the spine.

Here’s what they have on hand:
10 CPM S35-VN with BLACK G-10 handles $290 + shipping
10 CTS-XHP with BLACK G-10 handles $310 + shipping
5 CPM S35-VN with GREEN G-10 handles $290 + shipping
5 CTS-XHP with GREEN G-10 handles $310 + shipping
5 CPM S35-VN with COYOTE G-10 handles $290 + shipping
5 CTS-XHP with COYOTE G-10 handles $310 + shipping

More info/purchase: www.bawidamann.com

Bawidamann Blades Updates Site

Thursday, December 15th, 2011


This is some great news for fans of Bawidamann Blades. They’ve completely revamped their website. In addition to their fantastic line of knives (yes I own a GUNNR SP, purchased at Blade Show earlier this year) they also offer the PALS Universal Platform as well as new t-shirts and morale patches. The PUP is great for attaching gear such as holsters and knife sheaths to MOLLE gear.

They are great folks who build great products. Support them as much as they support the troops.


BLADE Show – Bawidamann Po’gn

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Tactical Fanboy purchased a Po’gn knife from Bawidamann Blades at last weekend’s Blade Show. This is his impression.

Bawidamann was in full force at BLADE show, displaying both awesome pin-up art and awesome blades. Although I was practically drooling over the Randgridr they had on display (it’s a modern-day trench knife; what’s not to love?), I went with the cord wrapped Po’gn you see above. Made from “154 cm ground or chisel ground” steel, this knife features an overall length of 7.25″ with a blade length of 3 3/8″, and uses paracord as a handle material. It’s light-weight, concealable, and comes with its own Kydex sheath. Simply put, its one bad-ass blade.

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Limited Edition Task Force Dagger Foundation Knife from SureFire

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

SureFire has teamed up with the Task Force Dagger Foundation (TFDF) to offer a special-edition Echo knife—engraved with the TFDF logo—for the reduced price of $150. Twenty-five dollars from every sale will go to the Task Force Dagger Foundation to assist USASOC soldiers and their families who are experiencing financial difficulties.

I’ve had an Echo knife for almost two years and really like it. It’s a sturdy design and the Tan sheath can be adapted for use with virtually any load carrying system by using Bawidamann’s PALS Universal Platform. Some don’t like the small serrated edge segment on the blade but I don’t mind it one bit. It’s a great duty fixed blade and is being offered at a fantastic price. If that alone wasn’t enough to convince you to pick one up then the donation to the Task Force Dagger Foundation ought to clench the deal. Get yours at www.SureFire.com.

PALS Universal Platform

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Bawidamann Blades has developed an innovative solution for attaching equipment to PALS compatible platforms. As you can see from the graphic it is versatile in that it allows you to assemble your sheaths and pouches to the PUP at virtually any angle.

Thanks to Thad for the heads up!