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Havalon Talon Features the Quick-Change Cutlery System

The latest innovation from Havalon is here. Introducing the new Havalon Talon featuring the Quik-Change II Interchangeable Cutlery System. Quik-Change II is an internal locking mechanism which allows users to seamlessly change blades without losing any cutting area. The Talon’s adaptable design allows it to fit any style blade, big or small, with the press of a button. The Talon also features a removable back panel for easy cleanup after filleting or processing, and it comes with a rugged nylon roll-pack to store a variety of blade styles and sizes. With an infinite list of uses and possibilities, the Talon is the next evolution in cutlery.

 

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The Gift Of Edge

The gift choice of edged pocket or purse jewelry is always well appreciated by the recipient and will provide years of service. Continue reading The Gift Of Edge

CRKT Hunters

In its extensive 100-plus page catalog, Columbia River Knife & Tool Company (CRKT) lists 44 different custom cutlery makers they have called upon to design many of their edged products. Custom knife craftsmen include Ken Onion, Ken Steigerwalt, Russ Kommer and others who have extensive experience both as knife makers and outdoorsmen. Combine that with top-drawer materials and quality Continue reading CRKT Hunters

Stone River Knives

Many times harder than conventional steel blades, the new zirconium oxide blades used by Stone River Knives are so durable that they rarely ever need sharpening.

The new Stone River Ceramic Hunting Knife features a drop-point pattern blade, with full-length tang construction, hollow ground profile and stag handle inserts. Image: Durwood Hollis

When it comes to knife-edge maintenance, most folks see it as the worst from of drudgery. Indeed, sharpening a knife is time consuming and often frustrating. A friend of mine hates dealing with the whole matter, so he just purchases a Continue reading Stone River Knives