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Cold Steel Urban Dart
$88.95

The Urban Dart™️ is our rendition of a similar knife the late Bob Engnath designed over twenty years ago. With elegantly simple lines and an economy of purpose, the Urban Dart™️ is reminiscent of our Spike®️ series but with a few differences.

The blade represents a huge advance for Cold Steel in knife making technology. We have spent literally years trying to find a way to satisfactorily manufacture this type of blade. Ultimately our factory in Japan developed a method to drop forge successfully the triangular cross section this knife required. With the addition of precision hollow grinding, superlative polishing, and highly skilled hand sharpening, we were able to produce at last this lethally wicked blade.

The simple teardrop shaped Kraton®️ handle is small and thin. It gives extra traction to the fingers and protects the palm when the knife is used like a push knife or when using palm reinforced grip styles.

The Urban Dart™️ comes with a Secure-Ex®️ sheath that can be easily tucked, taped, or lashed just about anywhere.







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Blade Material
AUS 8A

RC Hardness
57

Blade Thickness
.3"

Blade Length
5.75"

Handle Material
Kraton

Length Overall
8"

Weight
3.3 oz.
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Post by Admin on Wed Jan 13, 2010 3:32 am



The ultimate combat fighter has arrived! The fear factor of the Dalton Interrogator is a solid 10. Marked DALTON COMBAT USA INTERROGATOR 2 on the handle with dalton ranger logo these knuckles pop out a 2" razor sharp auto blade. The knuckles holes are about 1" accross ID.




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Blade Material
ATS-34

RC Hardness
60

Blade Thickness
.125"

Blade Length
2"

Handle Material
T6

Length Open
8.25" (6.25" Closed)

Weight
6 oz.

Country of origin
United States, KY
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Godfather OTF Autoscribe - BL
$37.99 $29.99 On Sale!

The Godfather OTF (out the front) Auto Scribe features a powerful spring loaded spike (RC 50) housed in a milled T6 alloy body anodized in color as shown with knurled surfaces at the hilt for grip. The scribe is activated locking in place in the open position (via a button plunge lock) by pressing the button housed in the silver part of the handle close to the ejection area. To retract the scribe you push the button again and press the spike point into a hard hard surface. You can also rotate the attached pocket clip on the handle to expose or conceal the button.


Specs
Blade Steel 400 series stainless (50 RC)
Spike Length 3.5"
Length Open 9.5"
Spike Thickness .25"
Weight 3.4 oz.
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Post by Admin on Wed Jan 13, 2010 3:38 am



Piranha Excalibur OTF D/A OTF PL/SV
$385.00




Delviered in Purple splash handle with mirror polished blade plain edge. Based largely at least externally on the combined successful elements of its few forbearers, the Piranha Excalibur fits neatly into the mostly ignored mid sized category for this rare type of knife that few manufacturers have taken the time to construct. After waiting patiently for 2 years for Masters of Defense to finalize and produce the production version of the J.A. Harkins Triton may were disappointed that this knife lacked the speed and power that had become legend with at least the Microtech Dual Action Out The Front (D/A OTF) knives. Not many people actually owned that original $1000 to $4500 custom Harkins model but everyone had it in mind that they were all was pretty stout and for the most part they were but the power wasn’t there. It was only until after the Ultratech 6 (UT6) from Microtech had been updated into the Scarab and then Makora that slam and speed could be bench marked – these were fast – especially considering the fact that there’s not a lot of spring in a D/A OTF compared to the Single Action OTF design that was what was referred to as an OTF prior to the Harkins design. No one gave the Italians much credit for that clanky NATO that had been floating around for the last several decades it was seen as more of a gimmick. There are a few good ones granted like the 777 series Black Finger that while not even close to what you see in the Piranha or the others they are the closest you can get. So far no one is able to built that knife in the $99 to $200 price range – it’s either molded something with a stamped blade and it sounds like a baby rattle or it’s something Q couldn’t barely afford to loan to 007 made on a C&C with a laser cut blade. So many parts and such tight tolerances!


Material detail on the Piranha Excalibur is par for the course when it comes high end C&C fabricated knives. No baby rattles here! Anything with tolerances this tight has to have a laser cut (or even wire EDM cut) blade to fit properly with all it’s tang post and hole details that are added after with a C&C machine. Initial grinding is always a surface grinding with all the finish work done on several different belt grinders by hand first. The blade is high speed bearing steel. And that’s exactly what it sounds like – the bearings in very important things that spin like jet engines are somehow related to the blades in knives in the each would suffer immediately from being too brittle or soft and has the sole objective of retaining its precise shape in order to be effective. The heat treat on these knives is 60 on the RC Scale with crucible metals S30V for the material.



The handles are the Type 6 Alloy AKA Aircraft grade aluminum and have that silky smooth black anodize on them. The clip on the back and the graduated steel button on the front do give you plenty of grip for operating this knife. And finally total weight is four and a half ounces.



Mostly above and you’ll get this in part from the videos: Piranha went all out on this knife and ended up with a great look and internals that give this piece some alarming speed and power that results in the best to date audible type resonation. About 10 clicks that scream still made in USA better than anywhere else in the world - inside the ¼ second it takes to pop it out.

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Post by Admin on Wed Jan 13, 2010 3:40 am



Cobra Fighter
$18.00

This deep hollow ground fighter has metal spikes on the handle and includes a leather sheath.

Specs
Blade Steel 440 Stainless (57 RC)
Blade Length 5"
Length Overall 10.5"
Blade Thickness .16"
Weight 9 oz. (12 oz. with sheath)
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Post by Admin on Wed Jan 13, 2010 4:30 am

Spyderco Szabofly
Model #SPB03
Designed by Laci Szabo

Proudly made in Golden, Colorado, in the USA

Specifications:
Overall Length: 9.87"
Blade Length: 4.25"
Blade Material: 154CM Stainless
Safety: Spring Latch
Handle Material: Cast Steel
Handle Length: 5.62"
Weight: 5.50 oz.
Clip: Stainless Steel

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