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The Ultimate Firearms Destination for the Gun Lifestyle

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Firearm-Branded Knives

Firearm-Branded Knives

Even if you’re not particularly keen on any of the firearm brands represented here, you might find out that firearm-branded knives could fulfill your needs.

Boot Knives

We’re looking at a lineup of boot knives. This type of weapon usually comes as a short, double-edged fixed blade that’s best for thrusting.

Corrosion-Resistant Knives

If you work near the ocean, even with regular maintenance, your knives can still rust in humid or wet conditions – that’s where corrosion-resistant comes in.

Training Knives

In this edition of “Unusual Suspects,” we’ve compiled some quality training knives of various types—with the key being that they’re all replicas of “sharps.”

Flipper Knives

Today we’re focusing on flipper knives — folding knives with a tab that you can push with your index finger to flip open the blade.

U.S.-Made Blades

Not everything made in the United States is golden. But, it’s certainly comforting to know that your latest U.S.-made blades meet certain standards.

Titanium Handles

In this edition of Unusual Suspects, we’re zeroing in on knives with titanium handles. Any of these models would serve admirably as an everyday-carry tool.

Gentleman’s Knives

Trying to determine exactly what gentleman’s knifes are is much like answering the question, “What’s the best handgun?” So we compiled a list of some favorites.

Carbon-Fiber Handles

In this issue we take a stab at this Space Age material by looking at the pros and cons of having knives with carbon-fiber handles.

Wharncliffe Blades

You may be wondering what the best blades for self-defense are, if you ask Michael Janich, the answer is simple: a Wharncliffe.

Fighting Knives

Whether it was to kill prey or to defend against predators, humans first made knives as weapons, so we’re take a closer look at knives for fighting.

Pocket-Openers

Let’s take a closer look at these pocket-openers. Like overly excited male teens, these knife models whip out their pointy ends as soon as you pull them out.