Look out! Shark attack! Settle down now, there’s a new, highly innovative edged weapon on the market that might just help you tackle those sometimes-deadly underwater confrontations. It’s called the WASP Injection Knife. It’s a multi-shot gas injection weapon that, according to company literature, is devastating to any living creature and will drop some of the largest mammals in a single stab. With the push of a button, the simple-to-operate weapon delivers up to a 24g shot of compressed gas at 800 psi on land or under water. When the air is discharged, a frozen ball of compressed gas (about the size of a basketball) enters the body of the predator and instantly freezes all surrounding tissues. The new WASP is great for divers, hunters and spec ops personnel. For more, visit


If good looks could kill, Ruana Knives’ new Damascus Hunter would be one of the deadliest knives ever! The fixed-bladed looker is the result of a collaboration with Missoula, MT blade smith Gerome Weinand. The Damascus blade is crafted from 1084 and L6 carbon steel. Features include an overall length of slightly under 7-3/4 inches, drop-point blade of 3-3/4 inches, a handle of solid Ruana elk antler slabs, and a full-length sheath of English bridle leather sewn with black thread and touched off with a black snap and Ruana’s new logo. For more information on this limited edition blade, visit


Browning’s new Hunting Traditions Series knives will be offered in two fixed blade models that will be custom crafted from enhanced 440-A stainless steel. Handles that feature the unique combination of genuine stag with contrasting Paraguayan ebony flank the full-length tang on each model. Each knife includes a fitted walnut display case and matching lithograph that’s suitable for framing. The Limited Edition Whitetail model and Limited Edition Mallard model both will feature 3-3/4-inch blade lengths. The limited run for each knife is 2,000. For more information, visit


RAT Cutlery now offers the popular RC-3 tactical knife in desert tan and OD green colors, with Canvas Micarta handle slabs and orange G10 handles. The RC-3 features a 3.88-inch long, .125-inch thick 1095 blade, with an overall length of 8.31 inches. The RC-3 is heat treated to 57-58 Rockwell by way of a proprietary Rowen Manufacturing process. The sizeable, yet concealable RC-3 knife weighs 5.2 ounces (knife only) and 9.3 ounces with full sheath system. All RC-3 knives feature RAT Cutlery’s popular sheath system designed for tactical and outdoor carry. All RAT Cutlery knives feature a “no questions asked” lifetime warranty. For more information on RAT’s product line, visit


World-renowned custom gun maker Nighthawk recently announced its new partnership with popular Arkansas custom knife maker Keith Murr. Murr’s 20-plus years of blade-crafting experience shines through in the new line of tactical and hunting knives made of D2 steel tempered to a Rockwell hardness of 58-60. The knife shown is the model 510— one of four custom tacticals that will be available soon. The 510 sports an overall length of 10-7/8 inches, a Gunkote finished 3/16-inch thick, 5-3/4-inch long blade with a black Micarta handle. List price is $365. For more information on the complete line of Keith Murr/Nighthawk customs, visit

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