Tag Archives: Folding Knife

Red Horse Knifeworks

Edward Kim is the driving force and maker behind Red Horse Knifeworks.  He brought some incredible wares to BLADE Show 2015.  Kim is a martial arts practitioner and a former private security contractor.  These facets of his background give him … Continue reading

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New Spyderco Para Military 3 Prototype

In the Spyderco booth at BLADE Show 2015, there was a knife labeled the Para Military 3, as in a “three-inch blade.”  It appeared to be a scaled down PM 2!  I am frankly partial to smaller EDC-carry knives. They … Continue reading

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My New Zero Tolerance Hinderer 0566CF Folder

If you were following the BladeBarrelBezel.com Facebook page during the last few days, then you saw this photo.  I went to BLADE Show 2015 with an empty pocket.  I credit this to hurried packing, not a conscious agenda.  Because I … Continue reading

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Delica 4 Goes Hiking

I have not been posting for the last two weeks because I have been on vacation in California.  I took my well-worn Spyderco Delica 4 with me for over 40 miles of day hikes on the beautiful trails in the … Continue reading

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The Emerson CQC-7 Book Project

As the Ernest Emerson CQC-7 knife turned 20 years old last year, it is fitting that Emerson is coming out with a book project about his groundbreaking folding knife.  And we get to participate!  But first, a bit of history. … Continue reading

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Special Gaston J. Glock Knives

After I had seen the Böker Tirpitz knife, I was amused that I stumbled upon these knives from Gaston J. Glock.  This folder’s blade is forged from the Mauser cannon of a Eurofigher aircraft.  Titanium and carbon fiber handles seem … Continue reading

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Böker Tirpitz Knife

Böker’s Tirpitz folding knife literally contains an interesting bit of naval history.  The damascus of its blade has actual WWII German battleship Tirpitz steel folded into its layers.  I remember reading about this ship when I was a boy.  The … Continue reading

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