Gerber Gator Folding Knife Review

When Gerber debuted its line of Gator folding knives in 1991, they were voted "Most Innovative Knife of the Year" at the Blade Show. The handle of the Gerber Gator measures 5” in length and it is made of glass-filled nylon covered with a rubberized alligator skin texture for a tacky, comfortable, grip. The 3.75”, lock-back, clip point, saber ground, blade is forged from 420HC stainless steel (Rockwell Hardness unknown) and has a choice of serrated edge or fine edge. In addition, it includes a heavy-duty, nylon, … [Read more...]

Spyderco Resilience Folding Knife Review

I have heard it said that Spyderco knives are different, peculiar, or just plain 'out there'. However, thinking beyond established knife industry barriers has allowed this company to introduce new and radical innovations to the knife industry including: one-hand opening, serrations on a folder a clip to attach a knife to a pocket.  Read the latest reviews from customers who have purchased the Spyderco Resilience Check the latest prices for discounts of over 40% off MRP on the Spyderco … [Read more...]

Kershaw Volt II Folding Knife Review

When I first viewed the Kershaw Volt II, it struck me as one of Kershaw’s more interesting folding knife designs because, unlike a lot of their knives, it is neither clearly a tactical folder nor an everyday carry knife but it would serve well for either purpose. Designed by custom knife maker R.J. Martin, this knife features an overall length of 7 inches and measures 3 7/8” inches when closed. It features a hollow ground, 3 1/8”, drop point blade made from bead blasted 8Cr13MoV stainless steel (Rockwell … [Read more...]

Buck 112 Ranger Folding Knife Review

The Buck 112 Ranger is the smaller cousin to the Buck 110 folding hunter and is designed to appeal to users who prefer a shorter blade. Like its larger cousin, it too is a timeless classic that measures 4 1/4 inches closed and weighs a hefty 5.6 ounces. In addition, it features an elegant, semi-hollow ground, 3 inch clip point blade made from 420HC (high carbon) stainless steel (Rockwell Hardness unknown). It features high quality brass bolsters with rounded edges and increasingly rare Macassar Ebony wood slabs. … [Read more...]

Boker Folding Hunter Pocket Knife Review

For those of you who are not familiar with this particular model of folding knife, as the name implies, the Folding Hunter is a classic "Copperhead" handle design that traditionally features a very large, double-bladed, folding knife with both a clip point blade and a trailing point blade and it is specifically designed to take the place of a fixed blade knife for hunters who prefer a more compact design. In fact, every major American knife manufacturer that I am aware of either has or still does manufacture their … [Read more...]

Buck 110 Folding Hunter Knife Review

The Buck 110 Folding Hunter is a timeless classic that measures 4 7/8 inches closed and weighs a hefty 7.2 ounces. In addition, it features an elegant, semi-hollow ground, 3 3/4 inch clip point blade made from 420HC (high carbon) stainless steel (Rockwell hardness unknown). It features high quality brass bolsters with rounded edges and increasingly rare Macassar Ebony wood slabs. Plus, since this knife was specially designed to be carried in the included black leather sheath, it was intentionally designed with … [Read more...]