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Cold Steel Knives

#1
We have just got our first shippment of Cold Steel Knives in and they are going fast!
I have only added a few, please let me know what you guys think of the range and if you think that we should add any other Cold Steel Knives (but not swords) :)

Our Cold Steel Knives range is here: Combat knives

Cold Steel Website is here: Cold Steel Knives : The Ultimate Knife and Blade Company

Thoughts please (non sexual and only about what knives we are missing)
 
#7
We have just got our first shippment of Cold Steel Knives in and they are going fast!
I have only added a few, please let me know what you guys think of the range and if you think that we should add any other Cold Steel Knives (but not swords) :)

Our Cold Steel Knives range is here: Combat knives

Cold Steel Website is here: Cold Steel Knives : The Ultimate Knife and Blade Company

Thoughts please (non sexual and only about what knives we are missing)
A decent "rescue" knife would be good something like a ceramic blade for kit and seatbelt cutting with a widow popper on the handle. I have a expensive gerber Knife bought in the US with all of the above on it but it is huge. There are already a few on the Market but they are usually crap quality and break easy or the are massive. I am a regular mil paramedic and have used a fair few in afghan and in civi street and still not found one that ticks all boxes! I use a benchwade now which is the best out there at the moment. It's just a idea for you to look at.
 
#8
A decent "rescue" knife would be good something like a ceramic blade for kit and seatbelt cutting with a widow popper on the handle. I have a expensive gerber Knife bought in the US with all of the above on it but it is huge. There are already a few on the Market but they are usually crap quality and break easy or the are massive. I am a regular mil paramedic and have used a fair few in afghan and in civi street and still not found one that ticks all boxes! I use a benchwade now which is the best out there at the moment. It's just a idea for you to look at.
Seat Belt Cutters, well we have two and also a "Rescue" knive/tool from blackhawk. Dont know if you managed to see them on our website?

Gerber Seatbelt Cutter
Benchmade Rescue Hook 5
Blackhawk Seatbelt Cutter/Rescue Knife

The Gerber Seatbelt Cutter is an awesome little bit of kit, lightweight and not at all expensive. I understand that "Them" use them and also quite a few Para's. Better trying to cut cords with abelt cutter than to take half your own face off with a knife while trying!
 
#9
Seat Belt Cutters, well we have two and also a "Rescue" knive/tool from blackhawk. Dont know if you managed to see them on our website?

Gerber Seatbelt Cutter
Benchmade Rescue Hook 5
Blackhawk Seatbelt Cutter/Rescue Knife

The Gerber Seatbelt Cutter is an awesome little bit of kit, lightweight and not at all expensive. I understand that "Them" use them and also quite a few Para's. Better trying to cut cords with abelt cutter than to take half your own face off with a knife while trying!
Thanks for the reply
 
#10
The SRK knife is very good if you want a fixed blade knife.Actually used it too open a car door which had jammed after the car rolled down an embankment.Though mostly used it to stab hesco with which it was ideal for.
 

Grumblegrunt

LE
Book Reviewer
#11
the Kobun is a good bit of kit, nice, cheap and simple, classed as a utility knife apparently but ideal for something to tuck away amongst pouches when you dont want to look overly aggressive.
 

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