Mini Review: Kershaw Shuffle

I like small, locking folders. Especially ones with blades under 2.5 inches, as my travels often take me to places where that is the legal limit. The Kershaw Shuffle fit those dimensions, with the added bonus of a bottle opener and screwdriver integrated into the handle. I decided to purchase a 3-pack of the blades […]

Knife Review: Spyderco Tenacious

In my continuing quest to find my favorite budget folding knife – which for my purposes I am defining as anything costing less than $50 – I decided to pick up a Spyderco Tenacious on a Black Friday special. It is one of those knives that I have always heard good things about, but never […]

Knife Review: Schrade SCHF14

Knife Review: Schrade SCHF14, by StuartB I’ve been trying to write this review for a while, but it’s been held back by an onslaught of work and life’s sundry other distractions. I was spurred on by David Andersen’s recent post about abusing pretty knives he had won from TTAK and Clay’s bug out knife article, both well […]

Knife Review: CRKT Doug Ritter RSK Mk6

Earlier we took a look at my first impressions of the CRKT Doug Ritter RSK (Ritter Survival Knife) Mk6. Since then I have put it through the battery of our standard cutting tests, as well as some “survival” oriented chores this blade is designed for. Now that I’ve had a chance to carry and use […]

Knife Mini-Review: CRKT Doug Ritter RSK Mk6

Let’s get one thing out of the way. I love me some Doug Ritter. In addition to being Chairman/CEO of Knife Rights, he has also designed some great practical edc and survival blade designs in collaboration with Benchmade, Lone Wolf (before they were bought by Benchmade), Becker Knife & Tool and Columbia River Knife & […]

Knife Review: CRKT M16-01KZ

My first preview of the Columbia River M16-01KZ speculated that it might be a decent low-cost EDC for CCW knife. After carrying it around for a few weeks, I don’t think you should plan on swapping out your Griptilian or even your Tenacious for one. I’m not saying it’s a bad knife, but it’s not […]