July 2010

Features BLOOD MOON RISING By André M. Dalláu When tasked…

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Features

BLOOD MOON RISING
By André M. Dalláu
When tasked with designing a meaty blade for a Stallone flick, Eric Fehrman was more than up to the challenge!

VARIABLE DEFENDERS
By Dave Spaulding
Meyerco’s new series of Pinkerton-designed “last-ditch” cutters gets wrung out on the author’s humanoid attacker!

SPYDERCO SMALLFLY G-10
By Tim Stetzer
Compact and lightning-fast butterfly knives dart onto the “Law Enforcement Only” tactical scene!

GAME TAMER GINSU
By Terrill Hoffman
Don’t get stuck on the quirky TV spots from the 70s. These new US-made Ginsu drop-point hunters are no joke.

SEBENZA INSIGNO
By John Larsen
In Zulu speak, Sebenza means “work” and Insingo means “razor.” This classy Reeve folder lives up to its name in spades!

I’M AN AXE MAN!
By Steven Dick
When “surviving” in wild country, the author puts down his “large knife” and reaches for something with more meat on the bone.

CONDOR JUNGLE SLASHERS
By Terrill Hoffman
Like the high-speed, broad-winged company namesake, the El Salvador, Golok, Thunder Head and Kukri machetes are ready to fly through the toughest of tasks!

BOKER-BURKE M-R BEAST!
By Denis Prisbey
Don’t be fooled by the name Mini-Resurrection, this custom-designed folder is a monstrous workhorse!

BAND OF BATTLE BROTHERS
By Steven Dick
Emerson’s CQC family just got bigger, and most would say better, with the Super CQC-8 and Horseman folders.

SPEC-OPS SURVIVAL
By Jeff Randall
Our resident jungle survival master looks to the UK to uncover the best E&E kits money can buy!

Columns

On the Point
By Steven Dick

STREET SMARTS
By Michael Janich

MAKE MINE AUTOMATIC
By Anthony Lombardo

KEEN EDGE
By Steven Dick

Blademaster Profile
By Joe Flowers

KITCHEN CUTLERY
By Steven Dick

TACTICAL CUSTOMS

SURVIVAL
By Len McDougall

CUTTING COMPETITION
By José Diaz

HUNTING KNIVES
By Durwood Hollis

IT HAPPENED TO ME
By Len McDougall

GUNNY ON THE EDGE
Interview with R. Lee Ermey

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