Toor Knives and Skallywag Tactical are known for making high-quality combat and utility knives. Both companies produce knives that meet the need of operators, hunters, and self-defense practitioners around the globe. Recently, Toor and Skallywag have joined forces to introduce their newest knife, the Mutiny.
Microtech Knives makes high-quality OTF Knives, folders, and cutlery. Recently, Microtech debuted their new seat offering in folding knives with the Microtech Standard Issue, or MSI for short. The new MSI from Microtech is built from the ground up to be a heavy-duty use that blends form, function, and aesthetics.
Toor Knives is a well-known knife manufacturer based out of Southern California. The company specializes in manufacturing knives that fit the needs of operators, outdoorsmen, and hunters from around the globe. Recently, Toor launched its newest knife, the Valor which is part of its new Frontline series.
CRKT makes quality knives, axes, and multi-tools at a fair price. Recently, CRKT released the new Provoke EDC knife. The Provoke EDC uses the same Kinematic technology from the original Provoke Karambit released a few years ago. Many users wanted the Kinematic technology in a normal but didn’t need it in a karambit knife style.
The original goal of Toor Knives was to provide Marines with a tactical knife that could handle the demanding and diverse workload of different mission-specific tasks. One of Toor Knives’ most popular brands that is tied to that philosophy is the SOF series of blades, which is receiving a major update for 2023. The SOF Series of blades receiving an update are the Anaconda, Viper, and Jank Shank.
Cold Steel has recently unveiled the newest addition to its EDC lineup of folding knives with the Verdict. The new series of EDC Knives from Cold Steel will feature offer a variety of handle colors, a 3” stainless steel blade, and Cold Steel’s Tri-Ad lock system. The Verdict will also be available in an assortment of blade styles
News|Industry News In late December GSM outdoors announced the acquisition of Studies and Observation Group better known as SOG Knives. SOG is a maker of high-quality tactical knives and multitools […]
Hypocrisy. Hypocrisy is defined by Webster as: a feigning to be what one is not or to believe what one does not : behavior that contradicts what one claims to believe or feel. This definition perfectly defines the realm in which Big Tech works in…hypocrisy. Back in February, we were able to see that full hypocrisy on display against Scorpion 6 Knives.
In February, Buck Knives has unveiled their new collection of knives for 2021. This collection will showcase the best of what the company has to offer from its early designs to its modern touches. The new 2021 Legacy Collection is meant to honor and showcase the past, present, and future that Buck Knives has to offer with this 5-piece Legacy Collection.
In late February, during the winter freeze that snapped through the heart of America and ravaged the great state of Texas leaving millions vulnerable. A winter storm that resulted in the coldest temperatures in Texas in over a 120 years. A storm so devastating that it left millions of Texans without power, in below zero temperatures at times, along with food and water shortages. During a time of crisis, Scorpion 6 Knives endeavored to assist the hurting communities of Texas with a fundraiser supporting local Texas charities.
This year has been a quiet and interesting Shot Show 2021. This amid the lockdowns and restrictions due to the pandemic. Shot was cancelled and reorganized into an online only event. During this week very few firearms, gear, or accessories released or announced. We do have SOG announcing their 2021 lineup for knives and multi-tools.