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Pocket Knife Rules & Laws in the U.S. – Updated for 2021

Last updated: Jan 2, 2021 Pocketknives are handy, common, and sometimes illegal. They’re small enough to be carried in someone’s pocket or even on a keychain and are useful on a daily basis, but there are some places, like the airport, that having one will get you in big trouble. Each state is different, but there are some general guidelines to follow if you own or carry a pocketknife. Related: Th...[Read More]

WESN Henry Slip-Joint Knife

The Henry from Detroit-based EDC maker WESN is a small, streamlined version of the classic slip-joint knife style. The blade is made from Sandvik 14c28n steel and ground into a spear point blade profile. This blade rests inside of G5 Titanium scales with an optional cherry wood inlay. The nail nick is bigger than most which makes the knife easy to open. The scales are also nicely rounded making it...[Read More]

WESN Allman Pocket Knife

Detroit EDC brand WESN recently added a few new colors to its extremely popular, compact folding knife the Allman earlier this year. The stout Allman features a 2.8″ S35vn blade and a handy flipper mechanism which allows the knife to easily deploy with one hand or when wearing gloves. Depending on which of the 2 available scale materials you chose, either titanium or some variant G-10 –...[Read More]

The Coolest EDC Folders and Flipper Knives For Your Pocket

Editor’s Pick | Best Value | Best Luxury | Best Design | Best Heavy Use | Most Customizable Quick Overview Did you know that over 350 new knives were released this year? With the sheer volume of new knives hitting the market from makers around the world, it’s important that you choose an EDC knife you can rely on. To those who have found a trusty EDC knife – going without it can ...[Read More]

Terrain 365 Mako Flipper-AT Knife

Terrain365 is back with another minimalist execution of a tactical flipper knife. The handles, screws and pocket clips are all machined from 6AL-4V Titanium and the knife features a Terravantium™ Dendritic Cobalt Blade which is supposed to reduce rust and maintain a sharp edge. The knife is a flipper framelock and is perfect for everyday carry use. It features ceramic bearings and a unique harpoon...[Read More]

Does the Spyderco Tenacious Still Stack Up?

The Spyderco Tenacious Knife The Tenacious has been out for years – does it still have what it takes to battle with the big dogs? The Spyderco Tenacious Knife is an EDC folding knife with a drop length blade tip and spyder hole for easy opening. It measures 7.76 inches overall, with a blade length of 3.39 inches. The blade is 0.12 inches long. Its handle is made of G-10, a composite made up ...[Read More]

Different Types of EDC Knives

Choosing an Everyday Carry knife is not an easy task. There are many types of EDC knives in the market, which can make your decision that much more complicated. In most cases though, the choice of EDC knife is all based on personal preferences. However, it is important to ensure that the knife you carry is able to help you out in difficult, as well as simple tasks and is versatile in the...[Read More]

Spyderco ParaMilitary 2 Knife Review

The Spyderco ParaMilitary 2 Knife is a great pocket knife, which can comfortably handle many jobs. This flat-ground blade knife features a rugged and dependable quality, providing confidence in its usage and ability. A four-way lock, together with a compression lock gives the knife a handy design, making it perfect for both left-handed and right-handed users. It comes with...[Read More]

Battle of the EDC Essentials: Swiss Army Knives vs. Pocket Knives

So you want to channel your inner MacGyver or Bear Grylls but you’re torn between a pocket knife and a multi-tool. How do you choose? You can get lost in the nitty-gritty of each product’s features so to help you decide, today we’ll look at a few advantages and disadvantages of Swiss Army Knives and pocket knives. Some people might get confused when they hear “pocket knives” and make it interchang...[Read More]

Best Zero Tolerance Knives for Everyday Carry

When you go out every day, you probably have your keys and your wallet and a phone with you; you might even take a notebook, pen, and multitool. But there’s another item that you should be taking with you everywhere: a knife. But finding a good reliable one can be difficult. Luckily, there’s a company that has been making good reliable knives for a while. Zero Tolerance first started in 2006. Thei...[Read More]

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