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  1. #91

    Geissele’s New Abraham & Moses Knife | SHOT2017

    Posted 7 hours ago in Knives, Other Gear & Gadgets, SHOT Show 2017 by Nicholas C with 6 Comments



    Technically, a very clever design but at an astronomically high price...................Custom price knife levels............most Military's cannot afford this, won't pay this............only the Special Forces guys might get this through............

    Bill Geissele has started a new company called Abraham & Mo ses. You can see the company name engraved into the side of the billet aluminum CNC sheath.



    Here is the Sheath as it starts off as a block of aluminum then gets machined and finally coated and assembled.



    The sheath will have a nylon 3d printed insert. This is the final product according to the Geissele rep. They do not plan on making the nylon in anything other than 3D printed.



    The sheath comes with a belt loop and a spare panel that you can swap out to attach it to molle.



    The sheath will come with two types of locking buttons. A friction button which will just help to keep the knife in the sheath but allow the knife to be withdrawn without touching the sheath. The other is a locking button. You can see the indentation in the side of the blade, the locking button will lock onto that and you will have to depress the button in order to withdraw the knife.



    They are getting the steel for the blade from Carpenter and will be PD#1.

    Low serial numbers for those who collect.





    The knives will be serialized as you can see above. The knife and sheath will cost $750.
    Last edited by buglerbilly; 19-01-17 at 01:52 PM.

  2. #92

    You can buy a Glock for that...
    In a low speed post-merge manoeuvring fight, with a high off-boresight 4th generation missile and Helmet Mounted Display, the Super Hornet will be a very difficult opponent for any current Russian fighter, even the Su-27/30

  3. #93

    I can buy FIVE better quality knives for that! The only thing unique about this knife is the sheath system, and to be honest, I'd say "bugger that" for a better quality blade & plain and simple Cordura sheath.............I'm also NOT a fan of a knife on the front chest; wrong position, in my personal opinion..................

  4. #94

    New CRKT Knives with Field Strip Technology

    Posted 31 mins ago in Daily News, Knives by Richard Johnson with No Comments




    Columbia River Knife & Tool announced a broad slate of new knives for 2017. Among these new offerings are a line of Ken Onion designed knives called the Homefront. These knives feature the company’s new Field Strip technology that was developed by Onion.

    Field Strip Technology

    In simple terms, the Field Strip technology gives you an easy way to disassemble your folding knife without any tools. This allows you to quickly clean a folder that was dropped into a mud puddle or that has been used for skinning game.



    To break a knife down, you push the locking lever up while the blade is in the closed position. Then you rotate the small wheel in a clockwise direction until the handles separate. Reassembly is merely the reverse of disassembly.
    Homefront Knives

    There are four knives that are part of the Homefront line:
    • Homefront,
    • Homefront EDC,
    • Homefront Hunter, and
    • Homefront Tactical.


    The Homefront is a simple folder with a plain edge on a AUS 8 steel blade. The blade is 3.5″ long, and the handles are made of 6061 aluminum.

    The EDC version of this knife has a blade that is about .4″ longer, but with the glass reinforced nylon handles, it is actually 0.5 ounces lighter at 4.3 ounces.



    The Hunter is very similar to the EDC knife, but it uses 1.4116 SS in the place of AUS 8. Instead of black handles, the Hunter uses a Realtree Xtra camo pattern finish.



    Rounding out the Homefront series is the Tactical. The Tactical uses a 1.4116 SS blade that is a little more than 3.4″ in length. It has a black EDP coating on the blade and black nylon handles.

  5. #95

    Strider Knives New WP Fixed Blade


    Strider Knives WP 4-inch fixed blade. Photo: Knifecenter.com.

    Posted By: Matthew Cox January 30, 2017

    Strider Knives has a new compact fixed blade that’s worth checking out.

    The Strider knives WP 4-inch fixed blade features a stonewashed drop point blade fashioned from PSF-27 stainless steel. The handle is wrapped with green 550 paracord and includes extra tied into a lanyard for more secure handling.

    The ergonomics are superior for a comfortable hold in both the forward and reverse grips, according to Knifecenter.com.

    The included friction fit Kydex sheath has a nylon belt retention strap that can be moved for multiple carry methods.



    “It’s a stout knife design that has withstood the test of time and something you can 100 percent count on with your life,” according to Knifecenter.com.

    The Strider WP retails for $200.


  6. #96

    Cold Steel’s Recon 1 Folder


    Cold Steel Knives Recon 1 folder. Photo: Knifecenter.com

    Posted By: Matthew Cox February 6, 2017

    Knifecenter.com has a pretty nice price on the Cold Steel Recon 1 folder — $99.95, down from $169.99.

    The Recon 1 features a 4-inch spear-point blade fashioned from CTS XHP Alloy.

    “The Recon 1 series continues to set a standard for tactical folding knives that’s hard to beat,” according to Knifecenter.com. “These tough, dependable knives have been a mainstay in the world of tactical knives for many years, with a hard-earned reputation for reliability and strength.”

    The Recon 1 features a Tri-Ad lock, making them almost impervious to shock and keeping your precious fingers safe from harm when using your knife in even the most taxing conditions.

    It comes with G10 grips in Flat Dark Earth or OD Green.

    “Sharp as a scalpel and tough as a tank, the Recon series is available with 2, 3, 4, and 5.5-inch blades, and every facet of their construction has been over engineered to make them as strong, durable and effective as humanly possible,” according to Knifecenter.com.

  7. #97

    He, he, he... Where there is a will there is a way...
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    In a low speed post-merge manoeuvring fight, with a high off-boresight 4th generation missile and Helmet Mounted Display, the Super Hornet will be a very difficult opponent for any current Russian fighter, even the Su-27/30

  8. #98

    Atta boy! What do you think of it?

  9. #99

    Quote Originally Posted by buglerbilly View Post
    Atta boy! What do you think of it?
    It is still in the States, collected by a mate... Should have it slightly after Valentines day.
    In a low speed post-merge manoeuvring fight, with a high off-boresight 4th generation missile and Helmet Mounted Display, the Super Hornet will be a very difficult opponent for any current Russian fighter, even the Su-27/30

  10. #100

    Good stuff!

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