British Army Knife

The timeless British Army Knife has seen a resurgence in popularity of late, this is mostly due to the fact that its sub-3″ blade means that its 100% street legal in the UK and the many other countries that limit blade length for safety reasons. Each British Army Knife is still made using traditional methods…

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The Huckberry Black Collection

In the lead up to Christmas we’ve been working with the team at Huckberry to see if we can find a way to give away some of their great gear to our readers, so here’s the deal: Take a look at the stuff we’ve featured here and decide which you’d find the most useful, then…

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Italian Olive Wood Folding Knife

The smartphone has largely taken over the pocket space that used to be dedicated to the pocketknife and I think that’s a damn shame – even with 100,000 plus apps in the app store, you still can’t use your iPhone to cut a rope, shape a spear, skin a rabbit or cut the cap off…

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Buck FlashPoint Hunting Knife

The Buck FlashPoint Hunting Knife is designed as an all-round hunting, camping and fishing knife – it has a partially serrated blade made of 420HC stainless steel and has a bottle opener/carabiner built into the handle. The locking mechanism in the handle is thumb-operated – an important safety feature on a knife that’ll likely be…

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Damascus Steel Pocket Knife

The pocket knife you see here is made using high-grade Swedish rose stainless damascus steel coupled with carbon fibre in the handle. Each knife is 6 7/8″ open and 4 1/8″ folded, they’re made in France and they’ll make a hell of a cool family heirloom.

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Spyderco Knives

This set of 3 Spyderco Knives are made from flat-ground, high-carbon stainless steel designed to stay sharp for years at a time. The set includes 3 sizes, the smallest size is the Bug (2.9″ open, 1.63″ closed), the middle size is the Honeybee (3.66″ open, 2.06″ closed) and the largest size is the Grasshopper (5.07″ open, 2.77″ closed).

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Keychain Knife Sharpener

This keychain knife sharpener designed by Tom Stokes is an order of magnitude more useful that that commemorative Boca Raton keychain you’ve been carrying around since 1996 – this one’ll sharpen any blade you slide through it and it also includes a flathead screwdriver, a small channel blade/cutter and a bottle opener.

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