Civivi Conspirator Review: Does This Button Lock Knife Live Up To The Hype?
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by Wayne Walter of Wayne’s Sharp World
1w ago
Wayne Walter of Wayne’s Sharp World We independently evaluate all recommended products and services. Any products or services put forward appear in no particular order. If you click on links we provide, we may receive compensation. See @ AmazonSee @ BladeHQ The Civivi Conspirator is a high-quality… Source ..read more
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Spyderco ParaMilitary 2 Review
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by Matt Davidson
1w ago
Matt Davidson We independently evaluate all recommended products and services. Any products or services put forward appear in no particular order. If you click on links we provide, we may receive compensation. It’s no surprise that Spyderco is one of our favorite brands. The Colorado based company continues to demonstrate a dedication to high quality and innovation by designing folding knives… Source ..read more
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Vosteed Raccoon
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by Matt Davidson
2M ago
Blade Length3.2 inOverall Length7.6 inWeight3.7 ozBlade MaterialNitro-VHandle MaterialAluminumLocking MechanismButton LockDeployment MechanismThumb StudCountry of OriginChinaPrice RangeAbout $70 We reviewed the Raccoon from Vosteed earlier last year and today got our hands on the new Nitro-V version with Aluminum handles. It’s a real looker of a knife and the aluminum adds a bit of refinement… Source ..read more
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Microtech MSI Review 
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by Matt Davidson
3M ago
See @ BladeHQ The MSI is a great hard use EDC folder with a recipe of features that look great on paper, but some of those attributes get lost in use. Microtech is the biggest name in automatic knives since the 1900’s… Source ..read more
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Kansept Main Street Review
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by Matt Davidson
3M ago
See @ AmazonSee @ BladeHQ We’d like to try out some other Kansept knives with more of an eye towards function than looks, because this isn’t it. The best reviews start off with questions, and with the Kansept Main Street they’re obvious: who is Kansept? Is it spelled that way on purpose? Why does it look like that? And, obviously: is it any good? First, if you haven’t heard of Kansept... Source ..read more
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Schrade Truix Review
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by Matt Davidson
4M ago
See @ AmazonSee @ BladeHQ Let's just say the Truix did not impress. Come on, Schrade: you can do better than this. When word started to go around that Schrade was undergoing a revival after a buy-out from Smith & Wesson’s subsidiary Battenfeld Technologies, my optimism ran high. After all, Schrade is a storied brand – with roots dating back to 1904 in New York, the brand had a solid century of... Source ..read more
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QSP Swordfish Review
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by Matt Davidson
4M ago
See @ AmazonSee @ BladeHQ QSP continues to deliver remarkable value for money with their big Wharncliffe folder, the Swordfish. When we reviewed our first QSP knife last year, it was really a shot across the bow in terms of quality for a budget knife. The Gannet front flipper blew us away with its high level of finish, immaculate front flipper deployment action, exotic materials and attention to... Source ..read more
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Civivi Elementum Set
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by Matt Davidson
5M ago
Blade Length3.0 inOverall Length7.1 inWeight3.1 ozBlade MaterialNitro-VHandle MaterialG-10Locking MechanismButton LockDeployment MechanismFlipperCountry of OriginChinaPrice RangeAbout $90 ‘Tis the season for giving and so we decided to take a look at the Civivi Elementum II gift set which includes a snow-white Elementum II button lock knife paired with a rather nice StellarQuill pen (quite a name! Source ..read more
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Knafs Lander Review
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by Matt Davidson
5M ago
See @ AmazonSee @ BladeHQ For a sub-$100, sub-3" lightweight EDC folder, the Lander is certainly one of the better options on the market right now. “What iiiiiiiis UP guys?” If you’ve been into knives and the unique culture that surrounds them on the internet, that phrase probably elicits a Pavlovian response in your head – assuming you’re a fan of YouTube knife videos. Ben Peterson was the face... Source ..read more
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Kershaw Covalent Review
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by Matt Davidson
6M ago
See @ AmazonSee @ BladeHQ The Kershaw Covalent is another solid lightweight EDC choice in the budget category. Fresh on the heels of reviewing the surprisingly excellent Kershaw Heist, equipped with Kershaw’s new Dura-Lock, we’re also taking a look at the Covalent. The Covalent is one of four knives that Kershaw released at the same time with their new sliding-bar lock, which is KAI’s equivalent... Source ..read more
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