Review: CRKT Homefront by Ken Onion

The big news on the CRKT Homefront is a tool-less method for taking the knife apart, called Fieldstrip. With a few deft motions, the knife can be broken down into three parts for cleaning and put back together with ease.  What I want to know; is this just a gimmick, or does it actually hold […]

New from CRKT: The Snap-On Exclusive Relay by Ken Onion

I’ve seen Snap-On branded pocketknives before, but none of them have ever stood out for me. Not anymore. Snap-On is stepping up their game by partnering with CRKT for the Relay. It is an AUS8 bladed flipper designed by none other than industry legend Ken Onion – as if you couldn’t tell just by looking at it! MSRP […]

Knife Review: CRKT G.S.D. (Get Stuff Done)

At the CRKT booth at BLADE Show 2015, we highlighted their mid-year releases, but one knife that really impressed me was actually released earlier in the year. The G.S.D. struck me as a very high end feeling knife, far nicer than its street price of around $65 would suggest. The CRKT folks were good enough […]

Video: ColdSteel tests their old AUS8A steel vs. new CTS-XHP

There is probably no more polarizing knife company out there than Cold Steel. Some people don’t like their knives, others don’t like Lynn Thompson, their founder and President. Their recently settled lawsuit against CRKT left a bad taste in many peoples’ mouths. Some folks love their knives.  Many are robust to the point of being […]