Jake Hoback is a well-respected, popular knifemaker that started making custom knives years ago as a young lad, and started professionally in 2003. His first big hit was the A10 folder, and the Kwaiback is probably his biggest hit yet. This is the Midtech version of the Kwaiback, which is influence by Japanese martial arts and of course his stout faith in God – probably the two most noticeable influences on this knife. I also have to say that this is one of the coolest knives I have picked up in a long time – I am very happy with it!
Custom and Production Tactical Knife Reviews
Here’s a classic that continues to be a fantastic EDC, and becomes an even better value nowadays as its price has come down in recent years. While it hasn’t been updated much and quite obviously feels somewhat dated in design, it is still a very effective tactical blade even though its been discontinued for 7 years.
The Spyderco Large Manix is very popular knife that has undergone a couple changes, and this is the second model that was released. The original Manix C95 released around 2004-2007, with this Foliage Green sprint run version released shortly after in 2008. This is the heaviest of the Large C95 Manix knives.
The Benchmade 15020 Bone Collector is one of a series of knives designed in collaboration with Michael Waddell, professional hunter and host of hunting shows on the Outdoor Channel. The knives are designed in the spirit of the hunter, and feature many interesting details that they will appreciate.
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