The Reiff F4 is Getting a Scandi Grind

The Reiff F4 bushcraft edition with a Scandi grind.

The F4 Embraces Its Bushcraft Side with the Release of the Scandi Grind Version. The people at Reiff Knives announced both on Instagram and their website that their releasing a new version of the F4 with a true scandi grind and Micarta scales. Everything else looks to be staying the same, but here are the …

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Vosteed’s Raccoon Gets Shiny and Sweet

Vosteed Racoon Donut

There are two new exclusive versions of the Raccoon coming out with some pretty striking handle scales: The Crispy Donuts Community exclusive Raccoon features sprinkles-themed G10 scales with the option to go purple or pink with the base color. You can also get it with a satin or black blade finish (available sometime in late …

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ESEE Partners with White River on Their New Magnacut Knife

The Esee Sencillo fixed blade will be available in Magnacut or A2 stee.

It’s Nice to Have Options. The ESEE Sencillo Will be Available in Magnacut or A2. The Sencillo will be ESEE’s first Magnacut knife, joining a host of other knife companies in testing waters with the new supersteel (in fact this announcement came right on the heels of CRKT’s Redemption press releases, and a couple weeks …

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The CRKT Redemption is an All American Old West Homage

The American made CRKT Redemption features an Old West aesthetic and a crossbar lock.

CRKT Bolsters Their American Made Line-up With a Magnacut Blade on a Ken Onion Design. The upcoming CRKT Redemption is a Ken Onion design made in collaboration with Hogue (and it should not be confused with another, much larger Onion-designed offering from CRKT: a very wavy fixed blade also named the Redemption). The spear point …

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Gerber Slaps the Terracraft with Micarta Scales

The Gerber Terracraft now has an option with Micarta handle options.

It’s only a limited run for now, but Gerber has been slowly dipping its toes into different materials with many of their designs lately, and seeing the Terracraft show up in Micarta scales seems like a sign of testing the waters just a little farther. Everything else on the knife is the same: The blade …

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Cold Steel Releases USA Made Fixed Blade

Cold Steel announced a new Bushcraft fixed blade in 2023.

And it’s a little more vintage than the kind of overbuilt, tactical fare we’ve all come to expect from Cold Steel. The Cold Steel Republic is an outdoor fixed blade with a roomy Micarta handle and a 3.9 mm spine, which is sort of a long way of saying it was designed to be a …

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The James Brand Releases their First Back Flipper Design

The James brand Wells features Magnacut steel, a flipper tab and a nice gift box.

This American Made Folder Is The James Brand First Pocket Knife With A Flipper Tab. The James Brand just released a little flipper called The Wells (named after the projectile points found in east Texas). It’s a compact sheepsfoot folder with an aluminum handle featuring a sub-three-inch Magnacut steel blade and a wire pocket clip. …

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NBK Custom Knifemaker Spotlight on Andrea Lisch

Andrea Lisch Knife Maker

Versatile Female Artist Excels In The World of Knives. I’ve said many times before that there are a countless number of talented bladesmiths in just the US alone. Most of these makers are, unsurprisingly, men. Now while there is a sizable number of female knife makers, both popular and yet to be discovered, it’s hard …

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Kershaw Has a New Batch of Budget EDCs

Kershaw New Knife Releases August 2023

There are some new models and a couple of updates to Kershaw’s under-100 line up, including a blacked out Iridium, a gut hook on the Deschutes Skinner, a hard-use clip-point flipper, and an assisted-open EDC to fill out their Starter Series. Let’s dig into it: All Black Iridium The Iridium is a mid-sized folder with …

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