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Buyers Guide: Tactical Folding Knives

Folding knives get the nod over fixed-blade models for daily use, simply because they are more convenient to carry. Thanks to improved locking mechanisms, better materials used in construction and innovative design, today's crop of folders are tough enough for serious duty while being easier to take with you than a Blackberry.

Columbia River Knife and Tool Hissatsu Folder

Boasting a hefty blade of classic Samurai design and spring-assisted deployment, the CRKT Hissatsu Folder is a knife upon which you can rely when the chips are down.

The Knife For Your Gun-Mounted Laser

Do you get sick of losing the small tools needed to adjust your laser sights? CRKT and Crimson Trace teamed up to find the solution.

Tactical Spork

All your utensils are belong to tactical!

Columbia River Knife & Tool K.I.S.S.

Pint-sized and devoid of bells and whistles, what the K.I.S.S. lacks in frills it makes up for in steadfast service and quality.

CRKT Otanashi noh Ken Folding Knife

Designed by James Williams at the request of SOCOM, the Otanashi noh Ken is one serious folding knife.

The Guns of Brad Thor

Best-selling author Brad Thor is known for his attention to detail when it comes to guns and gear, and his new novel, "Act of War," is chock-full of the stuff we love.

CRKT Otanashi noh Ken Review

If you need a samurai sword that fits in your pocket, CRKT's Otanashi noh Ken might be just what you're looking for.

CRKT Hootenanny

Everyone loves a good knife, right? Here's a solid option from the folks at CRKT.

CRKT Shinbu

Is it a dagger or a short sword? Either way, this is one serious blade.

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