Virtual SHOT Show 2021 / New from CRKT: Bona Fide knife. Innovative but also respectful of the tradition of an archipelago famous for the incomparable beauty of its nature and its people: this is the Bona Fide, a folding knife that can be disassembled for maintenance without tools in the blink of an eye.
An ideal solution for those who want to carry a powerful and effective cutting tool, but with a relatively low weight. Produced by CRKT, it was designed by Ryan Johnson of RMJ Tactical, an American company specializing in tomahawks and combat axes.
A folder with very clean lines and a versatile and well executed sheepfoot blade. Although relatively inexpensive, it features nonetheless some refinements, such as the orange anodized details. Let's take a look at its merits and defects together.
SHOT Show 2020 / New from CRKT: M40-03 knife. This interesting folding knife designed by Kit Carson shortly before his death is now in its third iteration. The new version features a deadbolt locking mechanism and a flipper opening.
The karambit is an original knife in itself, but when it also features a forward opening blade – as in this design by the US knifemaker Joe Caswell – originality becomes pure provocation. Does it really make sense or is it just an exercise in style?
Designed by the Brazilian knifemaker Flavio Ikoma, the Seismic is a mid-size folding knife featuring an innovative "Deadbolt" blade locking system and an unusual blade profile. The advantage of the Deadbolt system is that unlike linerlock or framelock knives, your thumb does not run any risk of encountering the blade. Let's see together the characteristics of this knife …
Designed by Ken Onion, the youngest ever inductee into the Blade Magazine Hall of Fame in 2008, the Rave XL folding knife sports a 2.75 blade with EDP corrosion resistant coating and a glass-reinforced polypropylene handle with TPR insert.
This new version of the Woods Chogan T-Hawk features a carbon steel blade with a magnesium-phosphate coating for corrosion resistance. The handle is made from Tennessee hickory, cut thick and artfully burned.
SHOT Show 2017 / New from CRKT: folding knife Homefront. The well-known knife manufacturer Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT) presented a folding knife on the SHOT Show 2017, which can be disassembled very simply and without tools for cleaning and maintenance.