The Buck 110 is a classic slice of Americana. I love this knife, though to be frank, I love it maybe a little more than I should. When I finally bit the bullet and ordered my Buck 110, I was ecstatic. I grinned ear to ear when it arrived, and when I at last took it out of … [Read more...]
Made in the U.S.A.
A good portion of the knives and other products that we review are actually both made and manufactured in the United States. Below you'll find a collection of all of the reviews we've done of U.S.A. made products.
Please do let us know if there happens to be a product that you want reviewed, but that isn't already up here. Let us know by either commenting on a post or contacting us directly.
The Manix series of Spyderco knives have been a staple of the Spyderco line up for many years now. Originally conceived as a heavy duty workhorse with G-10 scales, steel liners, and a back-lock, the Spyderco Manix was reinvented in later editions as a lightweight model of … [Read more...]
Those of you who have visited this site before can tell fairly easily how much real estate Spydercos take up in my collection. The vast majority of the knives I review on this site are Spydercos, and of those, I already have multiples (different sprint run versions) of the … [Read more...]
The Spyderco Military design is one of the oldest in the Spyderco catalogue. While most other Spyderco designs were updated or improved, being replaced by second, third, and even fourth generations in order to remain commercially viable, the Spyderco Military has remained … [Read more...]
Ontario SP10 Marine Raider Bowie - Amazon / Blade HQ Out of all the knives I own, the Ontario SP10 Marine Raider Bowie is one of my favourites, not because it's especially functional or excels at one particular task, but rather because it's 650 grams of fun - and does it … [Read more...]