Bradley Kimura V Butterfly Knife

Bradley Kimura V

The Bradley Kimura V Butterfly knives are in!  These are just like the Kimura II’s but have a redesigned handle.  By the way, we also just got a good sized shipment of the II’s into stock also.  There were an extremely limited number produced, so if you have been waiting, jump on one of these soon.  They won’t last very long.  We should be getting the new VIII’s into stock this week sometime.  These will have the clip point blade with the new handle design.  Also, in January sometime we are getting the II in a black and in a VIB color.  Watch for these–the prototype pictures look fantastic. 

Bradley Kimura Butterfly Knives

Bradley has quietly been carving out a well deserved position of respect for quality and great prices within the world of butterfly knives.  Their recently released Kimura II, III and IV knives continue on their tradition of producing high quality butterfly knives at a mid range price.  For many years, butterfly knife buyers had really only two options.  You could spend under $50.00 and get a butterfly knife that would perform fine but would not be made of the highest quality materials.  Or, you could spend over $200.00 and buy a top notch butterfly knife that performed amazingly well and was of the best materials available.  But for a long time it seemed there was nothing in the middle, as far as price and quality.
Along came Bradley with their Kimura Butterfly Knife.  They have nicely filled this niche with a high quality butterfly knife that performs like the best of the best but comes at an under $100.00 price.  The Kimura II, III and IV knives are all the same knife with a different blade shape.
These knives are made to perform.  From their smooth action to their ideal weight, the Kimura Butterfly has it all.  And then, they are easy on the wallet.  Instead of shelling out $200 or even $300 for a butterfly knife, these Kimura Butterfly knives are available for less than $100. 
Each of these knives has a blade made of 14C28N Stainless Steel.  The handles are skeletonized and made of 410 stainless steel.  And they move just like you want your butterfly to move.  Nice and smooth. 
To commemerate these spectacular butterfly knives, Bradley has come out with a limited edition Kimura.  Each of the three knives was produced in a high polish run of 100.  Each of them are serial numbered.  If you want to get a knife that is sure to become a collector’s delight, pick up one of these limited edition Kimura Butterfly knives.  Or, if you absolutely can’t resist, get a full set of three with matching serial numbers.
Whether you go with a limited edition Kimura butterfly or one of regular Kimura butterfly knives, once you start performing your tricks with your new butterfly knife you will quickly see and feel the difference a great butterfly knife makes.

Bradley Kimura II Butterfly Knife

Bradley just released their new Kimura II Butterfly Knife.  This is, by far, the best butterfly knife in it’s price point.  First of all, because no one else is competing in this price arena.  The Bear and Sons butterfly knives are all between 39 and 55.  The Kimura II should run you right around $92.00.  Then you have the big step up to the Benchmade butterfly knives or even the Spyderco butterflies.  The Kimura II has all the great quality you would expect from one of the very best balisongs on the market.  The handle is made of all stainless steel (410) and the blade is made of 14C28N stainless which gives you a great edge and also is reasonably corrosion resistant.  The first thing I noticed about teh Kimura II is the weight.  It seems to have the perfect weight.  And then I noticed the action.  Nice, smooth action that is adjustable with the two torx screws.  The Kimura II is stylish, smooth and has great action.  If you are ready to step up to a real butterfly knife, this is the route you should go.