The Zero Tolerance 0360.SKD.MM is a special MilitaryMorons edition of my favourite EDC folder, the ZT0360.SKD, available exclusively from SKD Tactical. It features the MM Skull laser engraved on the blade, along with the 0360.SKD.MM model designation. Each knife has an individualized serial number starting from serial number 3 to 103. SKD is contributing a small portion from each knife to militarymorons.com to help defray the operating costs of the site. The price for the MM limited edition knife is the same as that of the standard ZT0360.SKD, so you get the added exclusivity/collectibility for free!
Steel Flame is a manufacturer of custom jewelry, designed and made by owner Derrick Obatake. While he doesn’t make knives (yet), his handiwork can be seen on collaborations with knife designers such as Emerson and Hinderer. Here’s a look at Steel Flame.
The PUP (Pals Universal Platform) from Bawidamann Blades has been updated. Rather than the kydex construction of the original PUPs, the new PUPs are molded from super tough ST801 nylon.
The Blank PUPs from Bawidamann Blades is their PUP (Pals Universal Platform) without the grid pattern of holes drilled in it. This allows the user to drill his own holes if whatever he’s mounting doesn’t have the standard hole spacing.
The PUP (Pals Universal Platform) from Bawidamann Blades is a rugged, adjustable MOLLE/PALS platform solution for kydex knife sheaths, small magazines, lights and other items that is compatible with many retention systems and all MOLLE/PALS webbing.
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Not much longer than a car key when closed, the diminutive knives from Triple Eight Professional are designed as every day carry tools that will be there when you need them. They feature an innovative chassis and patent pending T8P ‘Spinner Action’ which Triple Eight refers to them with the oxymoronic-sounding term ‘folding fixed blade knives’.
The ZT0360.SKD is a collaborative effort between SKD Tactical and Zero Tolerance knives. It’s based on the popular ZT 0350 but with a blade that’s 30% lighter, and is an SKD Tactical exclusive with each blade featuring a unique 3-digit serial number.
Lone Wolf Knives in Portland, Oregon, is the manufacturer of high-quality, semi-custom hunting, utility and tactical knives. Lone Wolf produces knives of their own design, as well as collaborations with well-known custom knife designers and makers. Specializing mostly in folding knives, Lone Wolf has some very unique folders in their product line.
The Benchmade Model 615 Mini-Rukus (available from AFMO.com) is the little brother to the hefty full-sized Rukus axis-lock folder. ‘Little’ is a relative term, as the Mini-Rukus is more of a medium sized folder than a ‘mini’, with its 3.40″ blade and 5.10″ closed length. Its two-tone handle and finger grooves give it an appealing look that caught my eye.
Custom Knives is a one-man custom knife shop run by Spencer Alan Reiter (hence the ‘SAR’), a full time soldier stationed at Ft. Polk, LA. He currently works are the Joint Readiness Training Center as an Observer/Controller training soldiers in the fight against terrorism. Knife-making is currently a part time committment for Spencer, who experiments with different designs and materials, but he’d eventually like to make it his full time business. If you visit his website, you’ll see that some of his designs are quite unique and imaginative, and deviate from the norm. One of his newest creations is featured here – the SARclops.