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Chris Reeve Knives: Green Beret Knife Flat Dark Earth PVD/No Serrations - 7 Inch (Past Variation) Hinderer Knives: XM-18 3 Inch Gen VI Wharncliffe - Stonewashed Hinderer Knives: XM-18 3 Inch Gen VI Wharncliffe - Working Finish Chris Reeve Knives: Sebenza 21 Small Graphic - Join or Die
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Chris Reeve Knives: Green Beret Knife Flat Dark Earth/No Serrations - 7 Inch Hinderer Knives: XM-18 3 Inch Gen VI Wharncliffe - Stonewashed Hinderer Knives: XM-18 3 Inch Gen VI Wharncliffe - Working Finish Chris Reeve Knives: Sebenza 21 Small Graphic - Join or Die
Known as The Yarborough in the US Army Special Forces community, a serial numbered version is awarded to each graduate of the Special Forces Qualification Course and therefore the knife is also known as The Green Beret Knife. The Green Beret Knife was designed by acclaimed knife maker Bill Harsey with collaboration from Chris Reeve and is produced to the tolerances and quality standards that Chris Reeve Knives is known for. The hollow ground blade is ready for field and combat use. Full tang construction with contoured micarta scales provides a comfortable, secure grip. The included sheath is a kydex lined nylon and able to be mounted to a belt or MOLLE gear.

The Blade: The Hinderer Wharncliffe blade profile has always been a Monkey Edge favorite thanks to the wicked straight edge and tip, making for an excellent all-purpose utility profile. Finished with a stonewashed finish.

The Frame: Titanium lock side and scale liner are titanium in a stonewashed finish. The G10 scale has Hinderer's XM texture for secure grip.

Tri-Way Pivot System: Hinderer's new Tri-Way pivot system lets you configure your XM-18 further than ever before! The system lets the end-user configure their knife's pivot system to their own personal preference, with choice of bearing, teflon washers or bronze phosphor washers. Simply disassemble the knife*, and instal whichever option suits your needs!

Note:
Disassembly of pivot is required to change pivot system. Hinderer Armorer Tool is recommended for the job. Remember, use the right tools, or feel like a fool! Last three pictures are for reference on the Tri-Way system and may not picture actual knife.

About the XM-18:The XM-18 is the combination of over 25 years of old world knife making craftsmanship combined with modern 3D design and CNC technology. The result is a folder that performs like a fixed blade that has become one of the benchmarks in the hard use folder category. The 3 inch XM-18 is built to the same ‘hell-a tough' standard as his larger brother, but just in a smaller size for more discreet cary or for those in restrictive environments.

  • Framelock side features the patented Hinderer Lockbar Stabilizer (LBS) which prevents over torquing of the lockbar which can happen under stress (especially when using gloves).
  • The XM-18 series of folders are completely modular. Just about every part (including scale, screws, standoffs, pivot, clip, etc.) can be changed by the user to suit their tastes.
  • Pocket clip can be set for tip-up or tip-down carry.
  • Can be deployed using flipper tab or blade stud

The Blade: The Hinderer Wharncliffe blade profile has always been a Monkey Edge favorite thanks to the wicked straight edge and tip, making for an excellent all-purpose utility profile. Finished with Hinderer's hard use Working Ffinish.

The Frame: Titanium lock side and scale liner are titanium in Working Finish. The G10 scale has Hinderer's XM texture for secure grip.

Tri-Way Pivot System: Hinderer's new Tri-Way pivot system lets you configure your XM-18 further than ever before! The system lets the end-user configure their knife's pivot system to their own personal preference, with choice of bearing, teflon washers or bronze phosphor washers. Simply disassemble the knife*, and instal whichever option suits your needs!

Note:
Disassembly of pivot is required to change pivot system. Hinderer Armorer Tool is recommended for the job. Remember, use the right tools, or feel like a fool! Last three pictures are for reference on the Tri-Way system and may not picture actual knife.

About the XM-18:The XM-18 is the combination of over 25 years of old world knife making craftsmanship combined with modern 3D design and CNC technology. The result is a folder that performs like a fixed blade that has become one of the benchmarks in the hard use folder category. The 3 inch XM-18 is built to the same ‘hell-a tough' standard as his larger brother, but just in a smaller size for more discreet cary or for those in restrictive environments.

  • Framelock side features the patented Hinderer Lockbar Stabilizer (LBS) which prevents over torquing of the lockbar which can happen under stress (especially when using gloves).
  • The XM-18 series of folders are completely modular. Just about every part (including scale, screws, standoffs, pivot, clip, etc.) can be changed by the user to suit their tastes.
  • Pocket clip can be set for tip-up or tip-down carry.
  • Can be deployed using flipper tab or blade stud
About this model: The "Join or Die" is one of the Sebenza designs new for 2018 from CRK. This design features an engraved design on the presentation side scale with satin flats. The blade has a stonewashed finish, and the satin thumbstud matches the lanyard pin. Lock side is finished with matte blasted finish.

About the Sebenza: Since 1990 The Chris Reeve Sebenza (Zulu word for work) has set the standard for what is possible in a precision manufactured folding knife. Chris Reeve developed the Sebenza Integral Lock (commonly referred to as a frame lock) which is concept of a handle slab to be used as the lock bar for the blade resulting in exceptional strength for hard use. Never one to become complacent, Chris Reeve has consistently looked to improve the Sebenza in both materials and design. The current Sebenza 21 model represents the accumulation of more than 20 years of experience and user feedback. It is based on the Classic Sebenza with subtle improvements such as: The front of the handle now as a chamfer (beveled) angle making it easier to insert into a pocket or pouch. The lanyard hole in the frame has been replaced with an annodized lanyard pin in the frame.

About CPM S35VN: CPM S35VN is stainless steel that is basically a product improved version of CPM S30V. Chris Reeve worked with Crucible steel to refine the alloy mixture. There is an addition of Niobium to the alloy which results in better edge retention and toughness as well as corrosion resistance when compared to CPM S30V.
For more information, download the Crucible Data Sheet on CPM S35VN

Chris Reeve Knives: Sebenza 21 Small Graphic - Plated RMJ Tactical Tomahawk: Shrike S13 Microtech Custom: Troodon Hellhound Tanto - Two Tone Stonewashed/Hefted w/Blue Ringed Hardware Microtech Custom: Combat Troodon Interceptor - Two Tone Stonewashed/Carbon Fiber w/Ringed Hardware + Carbon Fiber Button
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Chris Reeve Knives: Sebenza 21 Small Graphic - Plated RMJ Tactical Tomahawk: Shrike S13 Microtech Custom: Troodon Hellhound Tanto - Two Tone Stonewashed/Hefted w/Blue Ringed Hardware Microtech Custom: Combat Troodon Interceptor - Two Tone Stonewashed/Carbon Fiber w/Ringed Hardware + Carbon Fiber Button
About this model: The "Plated" is one of the Sebenza designs new for 2018 from CRK. This design features an multi-step engraved and anodized design on the presentation side scale. The blade has a stonewashed finish, and the bronze/gold anodized thumbstud matches the lanyard pin. Lock side is finished with matte blasted finish.

About the Sebenza: Since 1990 The Chris Reeve Sebenza (Zulu word for work) has set the standard for what is possible in a precision manufactured folding knife. Chris Reeve developed the Sebenza Integral Lock (commonly referred to as a frame lock) which is concept of a handle slab to be used as the lock bar for the blade resulting in exceptional strength for hard use. Never one to become complacent, Chris Reeve has consistently looked to improve the Sebenza in both materials and design. The current Sebenza 21 model represents the accumulation of more than 20 years of experience and user feedback. It is based on the Classic Sebenza with subtle improvements such as: The front of the handle now as a chamfer (beveled) angle making it easier to insert into a pocket or pouch. The lanyard hole in the frame has been replaced with an annodized lanyard pin in the frame.

About CPM S35VN: CPM S35VN is stainless steel that is basically a product improved version of CPM S30V. Chris Reeve worked with Crucible steel to refine the alloy mixture. There is an addition of Niobium to the alloy which results in better edge retention and toughness as well as corrosion resistance when compared to CPM S30V.
For more information, download the Crucible Data Sheet on CPM S35VN

Tho folks over at RMJ Tactical specialize in making kicka$$ tomahawks and gear, for all sorts of situations and scenarios. The Shrike is an all-round tomahawk with specialties in work that might come in to contact with live electrical wires and other issues where a non-conductive tool is beneficial. This S13 variation features a shorter handle The head features a bearded-style forward edge with sharpened bottom edge. The rear end of the head features a spike profile with sharpened back edge. The most noticeable feature is the grip on the Shrike. Made from a super tough rubber over-molded on the handle, the grip features a textured finish for extra grip. The coolest feature though, is that not only does the rubber give great grip and reduce impact vibration, but it has been tested to be insulated up to 2,000 volts. Meaning if you are chopping and smashing through a wall and connect with a live wire, you have some protection from getting zapped! The but end of the grip features a cap that screws off to gain access to a storage compartment. The axe features a tungsten Cerakote finish for corrosion resistance. Comes with a bottom-eject molded kydex sheath and Low-Ride M.O.C. straps. Comes with a sharpening rod in the grip.

About the Hellhound Tanto: So what did you do when you were a kid? Probably like us: rode your BMX, picked your nose, and played video games. Well, Sean Marfione's dad is Tony Marfione who is the founder of Microtech Knives so understandably, he spent a TON of time around knives and grinders. Sean came up with the Hellhound Tanto which is a stylized tanto with a wicked upswept tip with a upper swedge grind (upper swedge is not sharpened). So father and son teamed up and put the awesomeness that is the Hellhound Tanto and put it in the 'large and in charge' Combat Troodon Chassis.

Microtech's Troodon is the little brother to the big, bad Combat Troodon. Same lines and curves, just smaller! Don't let that fool ya into think that the Troodon is not ready for the same tasks as the Combat, though. Perfect for folks that love the design of the Combat Troodon but want something that is a little smaller, or something a bit more discreet.

The Frame: Chassis has what Tony Marfione calls his 'Hefted' finish which means the frame of the knife is hand 'sculpted' and the flats have been given a hand rubbed, brushed, semi-polish to contrast with the tumbled flats. All titanium hardware (frame screws, slider, end cap) finished with Microtech's two tone black/blue Ringed engraved detailing.

The Blade: Hand double hollow ground Hellhound tanto profile with aggressive spine serrations and upper swedge, finished with stonewashed bevels and brushed flats.

Includes Deluxe Marfione Custom packaging:

  • Carbon fiber look outer box
  • Nylon zipper pouch with metal dagger logo zipper pull
  • Metal velcro backed dagger logo patch
  • Metal certificate of authenticity

About the Combat Troodon Interceptor: The melding of two Microtech masterpieces: Tony Marfione has taken the blade profile and attributes of the recent Interceptor survival fixed blade and combined it with the world famous Combat Troodon OTF.

The Blade: Hand double hollow ground Bowie style blade with aggressive spine serrations and two tone, brushed flats and stonewashed bevel finish.

The Frame: Aircraft grade aluminum frame with hard anodized matte black finish. Tope plate from woven carbon fiber for extra weight saving and cool points. The hardware (screws, tip) are titanium with Microtech's two tone blue/black Ringed engraved detailing. Carbon fiber slider.

Comes with the deluxe Marfione Custom packaging:
  • Carbon fiber look outer box
  • Nylon pouch with metal dagger zipper pull
  • Metal Marfione dagger logo patch
  • Metal certificate
Note: Serial number may vary from picture.
Duane Dwyer Custom DoD-L (SMF) Recurve - Lightning Strike/Gunmetal (PSF-27) Microtech Custom: Troodon Hellhound Tanto - Mirror Polish/Hefted w/Blue Ringed Hardware Microtech Custom: Warhound Flipper - Mirror Polish/Copper Eggshell w/Copper Hardware
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Duane Dwyer Custom DoD-L (SMF) Recurve - Lightning Strike/Gunmetal (PSF-27) Microtech Custom: Troodon Hellhound Tanto - Mirror Polish/Hefted w/Blue Ringed Hardware Microtech Custom: Warhound Flipper - Mirror Polish/Copper Eggshell w/Copper Hardware

The Blade: Duane's hand V-ground Recurve profile ground from PSF-27 (more on that below). Finished with his super cool Gunmetal finish. No jimping on spine for clean look.

The Frame: Full titanium frame with step milled contoured profile! Frame has satin gold heat transformed finish with a brushed finished top flats. Both sides have been given Duane's Lightning Strike hand-flamed detailing. All upgraded titanium hardware (pivot, screws, etc.) with heat colored finish. Pocket clip can be configured for either left or right side carry.

About PSF-27 Steel (Geek Version):
PSF27 is a modern version of the old knifemaker favorite D2 (traditional ingot melted steel) produced using Peak Spray Forming technology. The Spray Forming process has has many of the same benefits of the PM (powdered metals process (finer grain structure, more uniform distribution of carbides, etc.) The Spray Forming process results in ever so slightly larger carbides than the PM. In addition, PSF materials tend to have a lower porosity than PM. All that geek talk basically means that PSF27 has a greatly increased (as in about double) toughness and wear resistance when compared to traditional D2 while retaining the qualities of D2 that knife users love.

About PSF-27 Steel (Real World Version): 99% of end users cannot tell the difference between PSF-27, S30V, S35VN, etc. Some users have reported that their PSF-27 knives are a bit easier to sharpen. Bottom line is that Duane does not use any materials he would not bet his life on and it is guaranteed for life. SO, quit overthinking it, and get out and use your gear!

Duane's DoD-L is his custom take on the classic Strider SMF. Duane incorporates a titanium frame lock with a second frame side and stand offs rather than the standard one-piece frame/backspacer found on the SMF. This allows for a wider range of material choices and finishes while keeping the knife light weight and incredibly strong! He also gives the lower profile line a slight curve to help the knife feel planted in hand. The pocket clip can be configured for right or left hand carry. Last, lock bar scallop has been move to the inside of the frame to keep the frame flat when configured for left hand carry.

About the Hellhound Tanto: So what did you do when you were a kid? Probably like us: rode your BMX, picked your nose, and played video games. Well, Sean Marfione's dad is Tony Marfione who is the founder of Microtech Knives so understandably, he spent a TON of time around knives and grinders. Sean came up with the Hellhound Tanto which is a stylized tanto with a wicked upswept tip with a upper swedge grind (upper swedge is not sharpened). So father and son teamed up and put the awesomeness that is the Hellhound Tanto and put it in the 'large and in charge' Combat Troodon Chassis.

Microtech's Troodon is the little brother to the big, bad Combat Troodon. Same lines and curves, just smaller! Don't let that fool ya into think that the Troodon is not ready for the same tasks as the Combat, though. Perfect for folks that love the design of the Combat Troodon but want something that is a little smaller, or something a bit more discreet.

The Frame: Chassis has what Tony Marfione calls his 'Hefted' finish which means the frame of the knife is hand 'sculpted' and the flats have been given a hand rubbed, brushed, semi-polish to contrast with the tumbled flats. All titanium hardware (frame screws, slider, end cap) anodized blue with Microtech's two tone Ringed engraved detailing.

The Blade: Hand double hollow ground Hellhound tanto profile with aggressive spine serrations and upper swedge, finished with Microtech's stunning mirror polished bevels and brushed flats.

Includes Deluxe Marfione Custom packaging:

  • Carbon fiber look outer box
  • Nylon zipper pouch with metal dagger logo zipper pull
  • Metal velcro backed dagger logo patch
  • Metal certificate of authenticity
Note: Serial number may vary from pictured.
About the Warhound: This absolute beast of a knife comes from father-son knife making team Tony and Sean Marfione! The wicked Warhound Wharncliffe profile blade, debuted on the Combat Troodon, mounts on a stout framelock frame with some killer features.
  • Inline backspcer features jimping for increased grip, and doubles as lanyard loop thanks to windows on the frame
  • Stout machined titanium pocket clip for secure retention
  • Bearing pivot for easy flipping of the big Warhound blade
  • Collared pivot for bonus style points
  • Hinderer Lockbar Stabilizer
  • Warhound blade features deep upper swedges that aid in slicing towards the tip end
  • Jimping on frame and blade gives tone of grip and area for incredible control

The Blade: Hand double hollow ground Warhound profile with two tone brushed flats and Microtech's incredible mirror polished finished bevels.

The Frame: Titanium lock side frame with hefty solid copper presentation side with slight contours. The copper side feature's Microtech's Eggshell texture, with the titanium lockside finished with a orange peel texture. Pivot and LBS screw with fine blasted finish. Pivot collars, frame screws and Lockbar Stabilizer are solid copper. Machined titanium pocket clip and backspacer with textured finish.

Notes on Copper: This is a disclaimer for all you folks who slept through high school chemistry class or somehow not aware of the nature of copper. All metals will change colors and looks over time depending on use, environment etc. This is especially true with copper. This means it may get a darker, may change colors with patina, or it may get shiny and polished where it is rubbed by another material (like say your pocket). Take those pennies out of your pocket and see how different they all look. Well there ya go: that’s copper! If you want to keep your copper all shiny and new you will have to keep cleaning it with any of the homegrown solutions you can find with an internet search. OR, you can accept that what makes copper a cool material is that your piece will change over time and tell its own stories and truly become one of a kind.

Includes Deluxe Marfione Custom packaging:

  • Carbon fiber look outer box
  • Nylon zipper pouch with metal dagger logo zipper pull
  • Metal velcro backed dagger logo patch
  • Metal certificate of authenticity
   
 
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