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McDaniel Knives Push Daggers

Push Daggers are intuitive to use, easy to retain, and relatively compact. In spite of that, they rarely get their due. That is why it is so nice to see McDaniel Knives offering one that is nicer than average.

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McDaniel Knives’ Push Dagger is ground from 5160 steel and sports a 3″ long double edged blade. The blade has a unique fuller that sets it apart visually. The handles are quite hand filling at 3,5″ across and they feature hand textured scales in various materials. Even the handle tang has been file worked for additional grip.

Check out McDaniel Knives.

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Build Your Own Bad Monkey from Southern Grind

Southern Grind recently introduced several new handle color options for their excellent Bad Monkey series of folders. Now that they have so many available options, they are offering you the chance to customize your own knife. You can choose the blade shape, the blade finish, the handle material and right or left hand carry. Then the website gives you a preview of what the knife will look like and a link to an order form that you can use to make the custom Bad Monkey your own.

Check out the Build Your Own Bad Monkey page at Southern Grind.

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Stealth – New from Joe Watson Knives and Hardwired Tactical Shooting

The HiTS knife, a collaboration between Joe Watson Knives and Darryle Bolke of Hardwired Tactical Shooting, has been a run away success. It will be a tough act to follow but they are going to try with the “Stealth”.

Joe Watson HiTS Stealth Hardwire Tactical shooting

The Stealth is a fairly versatile design that accommodates a number of techniques. It is basically a double edged American tanto shaped blade. The handle is finished with Joe’s excellent epoxy soaked cord wrap and features a deep finger groove for retention and indexing. By sharpening the straight spine of the tanto Joe and Darryle have created a knife that adapts quickly to edge in or edge out techniques – so much so that, at a glance, it is a dead ringer for a typical pikal knife.

The Stealth will be available soon. Check out Joe Watson Knives.

Artificum Solis Bladeworks Andy

“Andy” is Artificum Solis’ latest creation. This concealable fixed blade looks well suited to carry as a backup to your concealed carry firearm or for utility use.

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The Andy features 3.5″ long, 1/8″ thick O1 Tool Steel blade that has a chisel primary grind with a V ground secondary edge. The blade has a Wharnecliffe profile that gives you plenty of point to work with and helps hold the material being cut on the cutting edge when slashing.

The handle slabs are hand textured micarta and the knife has a 3.5″ handle (7″ overall length). It comes with a kydex sheath.

Check out Andy at Artificum Solis Bladeworks.

Poltergeist Works LEGEND Folder

Few knives are as recognizable as a Bob Loveless Chute Knife. Poltergeist Works recently reimagined the classic design as a folder and the results are gorgeous.

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The LEGEND features a 3.7″ long, RWL34 steel blade with the distinctive swedge grind that is indicative of a chute knife. The frame lock design features a titanium scale on the lock side and a textured G-10 grip on the opposite side. Like any good chute knife, it also has a double guard and a slim shape.

This knife is packed with details like a sculpted titanium pocket clip and a G-10 thumb stud with a tritium insert.

Check out Poltergeist Works.

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PHLster Fightworthy Ka-Bar TDI Sheaths

Kydex guru PHLster makes a sheath for the Ka-Bar TDI that is very popular. Demand for the sheath has outpaced his ability to produce them since their introduction. PHLster has been working to streamline production of the sheath in an effort to increase the rate at which they can be created. The good news is that they have succeeded.

PHLster Fightworthy TDI Sheath

The original sheath was foam pressed and had a curved shape to it that made it hand specific. The new version is now vacuum formed and has a flat shape that makes it ambidextrous and more user configurable. the result of these changes is a sheath that has the same level of quality but can be produced more easily. Many users are also reporting that the new flat shape is actually more comfortable too.

Check out PHLster Fightworthy TDI Sheath.

Alan Davis Knives Flipper

This Alan Davis Flipper manages to look both ancient and futuristic at the same time. It has a long, sleek shape and a weather finish that makes it look like it grew out of the ground a thousand years ago. However, with its use of modern materials like titanium liners and carbon fiber scales, you wouldn’t be surprised if it dropped from the mother ship.

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The bearing pivot and strong detent allow this knife to flip with no wrist action. The knife locks via a titanium liner lock. It features a 3″ long, slightly upswept blade that is ground from .145″ thick S30V steel. The pocket clip is set for right side, tip-up carry.

Check out Alan Davis Knives.

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Skeleton Key from L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives

L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives is getting set to roll out their latest creation – the Skeleton Key. This compact neck knife features a drop point, hollow ground blade with a thumb ramp. It will come with a Kydex sheath and Tek-Lok.

LT Wright Skeleton Key

  • D2 steel
  • 1/8″ thick
  • 2 3/4″ blade
  • 6 1/2″ overall
  • $92 + shipping

The Skeleton Key will be available from L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives on Monday. They tend to release knives in limited runs so if you want one, act fast.

Check out L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives.

Emerson Knives EDC-2 Multitool

The new Emerson Knives EDC-2 Multitool is now available. This is a streamlined version of the original Emerson EDC-1. Both versions are made in collaboration with Multitasker Tools.

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The EDC-2 is slimmer, lighter, and less expensive than the original EDC-1. It accomplishes all three of those with the removal of hte detachable wrench feature found on the EDC-1. The EDC-2 also features an improved Phillips driver and a thinner slotted driver. The Emerson Commander inspired, 440C blade is still present as is the wicked self-defense implement masquerading as an awl.

The Emerson EDC-2 is available with FDE or OD Green G-10 scales. Check it out at Emerson Knives.

Obex Design Pikal Knives

Obex Design recently unveiled two new pikal designs that look very, very nice. They are looking for input on what to name them and if your suggestion is chosen, you just might get something nice.

Check out the Obex Design Facebook Page for more details.

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