Knife Review: Gerber Gator Premium

  On the fourth day of Gerber Week this writer brings to you, a pretty good utility/camp knife. Did anybody sing that with me? No? I guess it’s still too early for Christmas songs, but not too early to think about getting this for someone as a stocking stuffer. That’s right, I’m endorsing a Gerber product. […]

Now Available: Benchmade 477-1 Large Emissary Aqua

Chris Dumm may not have been able to finish his review of the Benchmade 470-1 Emissary before he stepped down from the Editor-In-Chief role, but he had good things to say about it in his preview. Since that time, Benchmade has released a larger version of this Warren Osborne designed assisted opener–the 477 Large Emissary. […]

Knife Review: Benchmade 15008 Steep Country Hunter

With their HUNT Series of knives, Bechmade Knife Company mixes traditional designs with modern materials and construction. As a fishing guide, I was excited to receive the Steep Country from Benchmade for testing and to add to my collection. This medium-sized (3.5″ blade) drop-point fixed blade is reminiscent of the time-tested Kephart knife, in size, […]

Knife Review: Kershaw Blur S30V

Contrary to certain antiquated rumours, the Leek/Chive/Scallion is not the only knife Ken Onion has ever designed for Kershaw. The graceful Blur is another Ken Onion star in Kershaw’s lineup. The ‘standard’ model Blur comes in Sandvik 14C28N, and the upgraded S30V model is (IMHO) even better. The S30V version has spent several weeks in […]

Knife Review: Zero Tolerance 0350

  Depending on how you approach it, KAI USA’s Zero Tolerance 0350 is either a modest-size tactical knife or an utter beast of an EDC folder. It’s not big enough for many to call it a ‘fighting knife,’ but it’s somewhere near the upper limit of what most guys are willing to haul around in […]