Where Form Meets Function | Knives - Outdoor Sports Center
 

Where Form Meets Function | Knives

Whether you carry a knife everywhere you go or use them to chop vegetables for dinner, knives are an essential tool in all of our lives. Almost all of us at Outdoor Sports Center carry one all day every day. They prove themselves invaluable more often than you'd expect, from opening boxes and letters to cutting the tags off the new shirt you just bought. A good knife not only performs day after day but is made with the quality and craftsmanship to last a lifetime.

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The Bushcrafter is a wonderful fixed blade design from Benchmade that you know is built with quality. You know you have a good knife, one you can count on. It's solid, functional, well balanced, and features premium blade steel. You get a durable G10 handle fastened with titanium tubing and a nice leather sheath with an attached fire steel. Also available in Kydex with sand G10 handles. Benchmade Bushcrafter $195

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A Major in the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne Division contacted Spyderco sourcing a better knife for their Jumpmasters. More than a few of their crew already carry Spydercos and were familiar with our serrations and manufacturing quality standards.  The Army's 82nd Airborne set out what they wanted in a knife and Spyderco complied by making the Spyderco Jumpmaster fixed blade with rust-proof H1 steel. Spyderco Jumpmaster $269

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Kizer knives construction is just what you would expect from a custom knife. Kizer is committed to design and manufacture world-class knives.  The knives are constructed from high-quality materials imported from Japan and the USA, are crafted using high-quality workmanship using high-speed CNC milling machines and wire EDM cutting tools. Kizer Ti Folder $243.95

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This high-performance S30V blade is paired with textured black G-10 scales for a secure grip and excellent mechanical strength even under the roughest conditions. The scales are flat rather than 3D machined. A locking liner secures the blade during use. The 0350 also includes ZT's Quad-mount system for complete versatility. Zero Tolerance 0350 $149.95

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The rugged feel and performance of the DPx HEST fixed blade has been engineered into a hard use frame lock folder. The D2 Tool Steel folder comes with a Titanium alloy frame, patented RotoBlock adjustment, removable glass breaker (with replacement smooth-head screw), hex-bit driver in handle/frame, and collectible "Mr. DP" adjustment/multi tool. After a global search the firm of Lion Steel was picked to manufacture this knife based on their long heritage of quality, award winning folders. DPX HEST 2.0 Folder $299.95

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A Sage is someone wise in judgment and experience.  The C123 Sage represents Spyderco's 30-year pledge to knife crafting and learning to make better knives at every available opportunity. This model is in recognition of knifemaker Michael Walker's contribution to the knife industry with his creation of the LinerLock┬« and ball bearing detent method of locking open a folding knife. Spyderco Sage 2 $299.95

 

7The 482 Megumi is the embodiment of a gentlemen's carry. No details were overlooked in the production of this elegant tool, including the Nak-Lok and beautifully contoured carbon fiber and cocobolo wood handle scales. The stainless steel backspacer utilizes cutting edge MIM technology to emulate custom hand file work and the S30V clip point blade handles utility tasks with ease. Benchmade Magumi $230

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 The air is light as air with a featherweight glass fiber handle, titanium skeletonized internal liners and Michael Walker LinerLock. The blade is Crucible's version of tool steel called CPM-M4. It incorporates their CPM-powdered metal manufacturing process in a tool steel with a super consistent steel-grain structure, vaulting the steel's already impressive impact resistance to even greater heights. Spyderco Gayle Bradley Air $249.95


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