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HALLMARK UZI NIGHT COMMANDER In the world of tactical gear,…

HALLMARK UZI NIGHT COMMANDER
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In the world of tactical gear, the iconic UZI brand sets an elite standard in function, performance and design. HallMark has created an UZI line of intimidating Night Commander knives, created for combat deployment or everyday needs. There are two versions of these black blades available; the Large Night Commander is 9.5 inches in overall length, with a 4.75-inch blade, and the Small Night Commander is 8 inches long with a 3.75-inch blade. These knives have textured rubber handles, for a comfortable, sure grip, and their blades are hard-coated 7CR17 stainless steel. The sheath is made of durable nylon with MOLLE attachment capabilities. (hallmarkcutlery.com; 866-583-3912)

KENDRICK SPIRALING DEMISE
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Custom knifemaker Sean Kendrick has launched the latest addition to his defensive tactical folder line. The Spiraling Demise is a serious defensive carry folder measuring 9 inches in overall length, with a 3.75-inch-long, S30V blade. The 3/16-inch-thick blade has a zero grind for superior cutting performance on soft targets and includes an oversized “flipper” for easy, one-handed opening while under high-stress and intense situations. The solid titanium frame lock construction provides strength and a solid hold while in use. The IKBS-bearing pivot system ensures a positive, smooth open every time so you will not meet an early end. MSRP is $550. (kendrickhandmadeknives.com; 937-549-1720)

SPYDERCO NAVAJA

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First noted in 15th-century Spain, the Navaja folding knife was a work, utility and protection tool. Named after “novaculo” (Spanish for razor), today’s blade is a modified clip-point with an unsharpened concave spine swedge. Unique to the Navaja is the ratcheting sound it makes when the blade opens and closes, which is similar to a round being chambered in a firearm, announcing the knife’s presence to deter any possible threats. This Ed Schempp-designed folder has a 3-7/8-inch CMP-S30V blade. The handle, made with textured carbon fiber and stainless steel bolsters, has a Michael Walker LinerLock inside for safety. The knife opens to a full 8-5/8 inches. (spyderco.com; 800-525-7770)

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