Spyderco ParaMilitary 2 Knife Review

About three months ago I finally broke down and bought the Spyderco ParaMilitary 2 Knife for everyday carry.  I had to see what everyone was talking about.  I know they have been out for several years now, but I had never purchased one.  I’m glad I finally did. First off, if you haven’t owned a Spyderco knife before, the quality of construction and the materials … Continue reading Spyderco ParaMilitary 2 Knife Review

30 Days with the Kershaw Blur — Knife Review

When I opened my new Kershaw Blur, I noticed several things I immediately liked about it.  This being a Ken Onion design, it is built with the knife user in mind.  This is no fancy knife that can’t be carried and used.  This is a hard charging, built to perform knife that is ready for action when you pull it out of the box.  I … Continue reading 30 Days with the Kershaw Blur — Knife Review

Thirty Days with my Boker Kalashnikov 73 Auto Knife

The Boker Kalashnikov 73 could just be the perfect size automatic knife.  A couple of years ago, I carried the Kalashnikov 74 for several months and was impressed by its durability.  So when I got my new 73, I was really excited to see how it would stack up against the bigger 74.  I choose to carry the standard 73 with a bead blast plain … Continue reading Thirty Days with my Boker Kalashnikov 73 Auto Knife

Thirty Days with the Gerber D.M.F. Automatic Knife — Knife Review

Right out of the box, the Gerber DMF has several things going for it.  It is a large, hefty knife built for heavy duty use.  The DMF stands for Dual Multi Use, which is a fancy way of saying you can open it just as easily whether you are right or left handed.  The trigger slide is exactly the same on both sides and the … Continue reading Thirty Days with the Gerber D.M.F. Automatic Knife — Knife Review