The Boker Microcom was designed by Chad Los Banos as an homage to Fred Perrin's rather unique tactical cutlery. I decided to snap one up, and even though I was disappointed with the out-of-the-box utility, I did manage to appreciate it after some extensive modifying. I will … [Read more...]
Of the large number of knife reviews we publish on this blog, the following are the reviews we've done on tactical knives.
Take a moment to scroll through and let us know if there happens to be a knife that you want reviewed, but that isn't already up here. You can do so by commenting on a post or by contacting us directly.
The Cold Steel Recon 1 is the quintessential badass knife: the type I most certainly would have lusted over when I was still in my teen years. Regretfully, I am now all grown up, but I was still curious to see if this brutish slab of steel was something more than its purely … [Read more...]
The CRKT Minimalist set the standard in the knife world as one of the first truly affordable neck knives to enter the market that still offers a level of practicality that made it viable as a utility blade. While so many other neck knives at its price point turned out to be … [Read more...]
Owning as many knives as I do, it often takes quite a lot for me to get really excited over a slab of steel. Needless to say, the Benchmade Adamas sure did the trick. Thinking back, I can't remember many knives that have peaked my curiosity in the past couple of years quite … [Read more...]
Despite its humble origins as an agricultural tool from Indonesia, the karambit has always elicited visceral reactions in people, which caused the knife design to lend itself easily into into its transition from being used as a tool for agriculture, to its modern use as a … [Read more...]
There's something about the aesthetics about the CRKT Hissatsu Folder that just drew me in initially. In my humble opinion, it's one of the most badass tactical knives still in production. Whether or not it's a viable tool is a different story, but in terms of aesthetics … [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...]