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The new "small" folder from Umarex is here. It's blade is made of stainless steel 420. Very sharp with compact dimensions. Flat folder with spearpoint-blade and liner lock.
13.90 BGN
(11.58 ex. TAX)
This folder by Muela of Spain is so lightweight you won’t even know it’s there! The small size, durable blade and light weight make it a favorite among many. The blade locks open using a lockback design, so it is completely safe to cut with. The textured handle is easy to grip and comfortable to use.
14.90 BGN
(12.42 ex. TAX)
Emergency knife with 420 stainless blade, glass-breaker and belt-cutter. Grips made of G-10.
14.90 BGN
(12.42 ex. TAX)
In South Africa, an inexpensive ring lock folder is sold everywhere. It's a good design, but it's constructed from sub-standard materials, is poorly made, and is horribly overpriced. And yet, millions of these knives are sold there each year. Well, we thought we could do better, in the quality of materials, cutting performance, and in price. The Cold Steel Kudu, takes some cues from its South African competition, but our version is vastly superior. Ours has a German 4116 Stainless steel flat ground blade, heat treated to Rc 56-57 for better edge holding ability and ease of re-sharpening, and a thin razor sharp edge. For safety, we have thoroughly tested the locking mechanism and are well satisfied it will hold the blade rigidly open until you decide to close it by pulling up on the ring attached to the back spring. The handle of the Kudu also reflects our dedication to making an effective and affordable folder. It's made of 43% glass reinforced Zy-Ex®. This material has proven to be extremely strong, and is stiff enough to complement the blade and spring when locked open. Plus, the gripping surface has a wood grain texture for traction and features an attractive polished steel Kudu horn emblem for a little extra flair! We think the Kudu represents an unbelievable value. It’s ready for anything and makes a wonderful work knife, utility knife, bait knife, or hunting knife.
18.90 BGN
(15.75 ex. TAX)
Folder in a vintage look: The black stonewashed spear point blade can be opened with a flipper or dual-sided thumb stud. A liner lock keeps the blade in place. The black Micarta handle scales are screwed on; the clip on the right is removable.
20.90 BGN
(17.42 ex. TAX)
Blade of steel 440 Moldibeno Vanadium. Handle of black methacrylate. Length of the handle 90 mm. Length of the blade: 70 mm. Lock knife. Manufactured in Spain.
30.90 BGN
(25.75 ex. TAX)
Blade of steel 440 Moldibeno Vanadium. Handle of natural wood. Lock penknife. Length of the handle 90 mm. Length of the blade: 70 mm. Manufactured in Spain.
30.90 BGN
(25.75 ex. TAX)
Blade of steel 440 Moldibeno Vanadium. Handle of red wood. Length of the handle 90 mm. Length of the blade: 70 mm. Manufactured in Spain.
30.90 BGN
(25.75 ex. TAX)
One-hand folding knife with Spear Point Blade, belt clip , removable onehand pin.
36.90 BGN
(30.75 ex. TAX)
high-quality single-hand folder with liner lock black G10 handles removable carrying clip spear-point blade (89 mm) made from 440C high-grade steel overall length 209 mm, weight 144 g
37.90 BGN
(31.58 ex. TAX)
Multifunction knife from Muela Spain. Blade made from 440 steel. Wood handles.
37.90 BGN
(31.58 ex. TAX)
Most of our readers will know that Gekkota is an infraorder in the suborder Scleroglossa, comprising all geckos. But what the heck is the CRKT Gekkota™? Well, it's a useful little product designed by Launce Barber and Tom Stokes. Gekkota™ Pocket. At first glance, this looks like a brooch with a gecko design on the green anodized 6061 aluminum face. But what's this? Push one of the little flipper tabs, and out pops a 1.375" long spear point blade with a CRKT script laser cut in it. It is firmly held open by the frame lock cut into the Gekkota stainless steel back panel. Push the other tab, and you have a tool that is both a blade screwdriver and a bottle opener, handy when you need to open your favorite soda or microbrew. Then you look more carefully, and find the stainless steel clip on the back, which can be a pocket clip, or a money clip. And there's a folding loop that allows the Gekkota to be carried on a neck chain or by a small carabiner. Weighing only 1.8 ounces, this is a lightweight tool that has hundreds of daily uses. This cute little Gekkota modes makes an affordable and unusual gift or premium for men and women.
51.90 BGN
39.00 BGN
(32.50 ex. TAX)
What makes a good logo knife? It should be affordable, and it should have some large flat areas on the blade or frame suitable for logo imprinting. So we are very happy to present the Pazoda™ series. They're high-quality knives that are priced low enough to purchase in quantity, and have flat areas that are perfect for our "Company Billboard" imprinting by laser or silk screen. Or you can take any one to your local trophy house for personalized engraving. The Pazoda™ is a stylish frame-lock folder with a 2.625" premium 8Cr14MoV blade, gray titanium nitride coated. The stainless steel frames are also given a gray titanium nitride coating, and then a brushed finish on the outer surface only, leaving an ample bright area for imprinting. The oval blade hole allows fast either-hand opening. A stainless steel clip is included. The Pazoda is available in both Razor-Sharp or Combined Razor-Sharp and Triple-Point™ Serrated edges.
51.90 BGN
39.00 BGN
(32.50 ex. TAX)
high-quality single-hand folder with liner lock black G10 handles with non-slip surface removable carrying clip Tanto blade made of 440C high-grade steel, satin finish, length 90 mm overall length 208 mm, weight 138 g Overall length 208 mm Weight 138 g Material 440 C Steel Blade Length 90 mm
41.90 BGN
(34.92 ex. TAX)
Walther Black Tac Knife. Polymer body, 440 steel, pocket clip, fast draw pin and serrated black blade. Naylon belt pocket.
44.90 BGN
(37.42 ex. TAX)
Elegant, classic folder with matte polished drop point blade made of high-performance 440C steel. Thumb stud on the left (switchable to the right) and liner lock. Black roughened G10 handle scales with removable clip on the right.
45.90 BGN
(38.25 ex. TAX)
Intelligent design advocate Michael Behe coined the term "irreducible complexity," which means "a single system composed of several well matched, interacting parts that contribute to the basic function of the system, wherein the removal of any one of the parts causes the system to effectively cease functioning." It certainly describes this new folder by Glenn Klecker, award-winning knife and tool designer from Silverton, Oregon. He has named it after his son: Nathan's IRreducible complexity Knife, or NIRK™. There are just two well-thought-out pieces, plus a blade pivot screw. The innovation is Glenn's use of a single sheet of stamped and folded stainless steel to serve as the folder frame, back spacer, spring and lock, resulting in a solid lockback folder. The geometry of the cutout areas is critical, carefully calculated to provide just the right spring action when the rear of the spine is pressed. At the front of the frame, the lock tab mates with a notch in the blade to provide safe lockup. The tighter the grip on the handle, the tighter the lockup, making this an exceptionally safe design. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to accidentally release the lock, and it is very, very strong. When the blade is closed, the same lock tab ramps over a rounded detent to hold the blade in the closed position. The high-carbon stainless steel blade is a utilitarian drop point shape with a deep belly, high hollow ground for easy cutting, and with a swedged top edge to aid penetration. It is a hefty 0.131" thick. The blade can be opened with either hand using the oval thumb hole. The 5180 sport and work model has a high satin blade finish, brushed frame and Razor-Sharp cutting edge. The NIRK has a stainless steel pocket/gear clip. There you have it: a simple, flat, almost indestructible folder. All you need to do is oil and sharpen it occasionally and you have a friend for life. It is priced so you can afford several: one for the toolbox, one for the backpack, one for the truck, one for the
46.90 BGN
(39.08 ex. TAX)
high-quality single-hand folder with liner lock and removable opening aid non-slip Micarta handles with milling grooves skeleton, removable carrying clip Tanto blade made of 440C high-grade steel, satin finish, length 87 mm overall length 196 mm, weight 117 g Overall length 196 mm Weight 117 g Material 440 C Steel Blade Length 87 mm
46.90 BGN
(39.08 ex. TAX)
high-quality single-hand folder with liner lock black G10 handles with cross grooves removable carrying clip black coated spear-point blade made of 440C high-grade steel, length 95 mm overall length 215 mm, weight 178 mm Overall length 215 mm Weight 178 g Material 440 C Steel Blade Length 95 mm
46.90 BGN
(39.08 ex. TAX)
WALTHER Black Tac The Black Tac is a full-fledged one-hand knife with a liner lock and a flipper to assist in opening. The additional opening aid is a “nose” at the base of the blade. When the knife is closed it protrudes at the back of the knife and can be flipped with an index finger. When the knife is open, the flipper also serves as a one-sided parrying element, ensuring a secure grip. The massive spear-point blade, with a partial serration, is dull black, underlining the Black Tac’s bold look. Additional useful features include a carry clip that can be mounted on either side, a glass breaker and an eyelet. Like all knives in the Tac line, the Black Tac comes with a Cordura holster and a safety strap.
47.90 BGN
(39.92 ex. TAX)
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