They say never bring a knife to a gun fight, unless of course it's a Bowie knife and the fight is being conducted on the set from Labyrinth, in which case, you're going to absolutely dominate. For knives from a dude who would never make that mistake, hit Kubasek Custom Knives. From a one-time foreman (of the grinding machinery) at the Northampton Cutlery Company who started handcrafting custom cutters as a hobby in his basement workshop when NCC went under, KCK's a deftly designed collection of mostly "linerlock folders" made from titanium/steel/carbon fiber that features any number of different style blades you've probably never heard of including a Wharncliffe, hawkbill, tanto, and a drop point, also a position you should consider if you're the GM of the Timberwolves. Headlining the group is the sleek carbon fiber Creditor II, a patented credit card-sized folding knife w/ a D2 tool steel survival blade that moonlights as a money clip; the JCK002 4in Damascus blade dagger w/ opal thumb stud; and a 2.25in Damasteel "twist" pattern knife attached to a magnetic release ivory belt buckle adorned with the image of roaring tiger, whose veins are probably coursing with Charlie Sheen blood. Other models include the Folding Karambit which boasts a "flipper" mechanism and integrated pinky ring, and the Tac-Hunter, an 8in overall knife w/ jigged stag bone scales and a clever knack for solving homicides alongside his partner Tac-Dee Dee McCall. To round out the collection, there's the JAKnife w/ automatic retraction system whose modified clip point blade opens when the knife is drawn from its sheath, and a soon-to-be released folding knife equipped with 14 interchangeable blade options, which would've been useful six years ago if they'd used all 14 to take Bowie over Jessica Biel (Take that, Tufts!).
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