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Deadly New Bladesđź—ˇ Stealth Revolver Neck Knife, Mini Hatchet and MORE!

Deadly New Bladesđź—ˇ Stealth Revolver Neck Knife, Mini Hatchet and MORE!
Let the slicing begin! It doesn't matter if you need something small, pointed, curved, or straight this week, because these sharp knives have you covered! Watch as Ian and Amanda showcase our newest weapons out now at KarateMart.com! Ian forget to get some fruit to chop up, so it's time to visit with Master Splinter who is waiting to send shrapnel in every direction. Luckily, Ian comes away unscathed, and Amanda is able to deliver some serious damage. Too bad the Wing Chung wins against one of best blades this week, but it's only because of the blasted hidden nail. Check the video to see!

First, it's time for a push dagger, and everyone loves push daggers. The Night Owl Push Dagger is a solid single piece of carbon steel that is a double-sided danger. Both flat sides show off the laser-etched owl silhouette that gives this dangerous dagger it's name. It comes with a genuine leather case that is fitted exactly to the knife's dimensions, and it includes a leather neck strap, which is pretty rare.

The dagger itself is made from high carbon steel, and so it is extremely durable and will last a long time. The double-sided blade comes pre-sharpened, but you can always give it a fine tuning if you'd like. The palm bar is enough for any hand to hold when applying force, and it is the perfect side for having around in the dead of night.

Next, it's time for a small knife with a big attitude! Mostly because it basically wishes it was a gun, but this neck knife is probably going to suit you best by opening boxes, removing splinters, or prying open small electrical components. It's the Stealth Revolver Neck Knife, and it's not here to make friends! The smooth sheath and handle fit seamlessly together, mostly because they are injection-molded nylon. This material is extremely tough, enough so that it is usually used in actual firearm components!

The blade itself is crafted from black 3Cr13 stainless steel, and has a bit of jimping along the back that helps with grip during use. The handle is in the shape of a small revolver, which fits in great with the barrel sheath design. With multiple ways to mount the sheath as well as the included break away chain, you should have no issues taking this little gun knife around the with you.

After the versatile neck knife comes the Bone Handle Mini Hatchet, which is a great companion to have with you in the outdoors. This small chopping tool is petite enough to not take up space while sharp enough to get the job done. The while axe reaches about 8 inches tall, while the blade itself is about 3 inches of curved steel. And that steel reaches all the way down to make it full tang, so you don't have to worry about a cheap handle breaking off in the woods.

The handle of this mini axe is the best part, because it is crafted from a stag bone that is bleached white and has decorative inlays of brass and wood along the top and bottom. Paired with the genuine stitched leather sheath, this rustic looking hatchet is going to match nearly everything that Grandad has in his collection. The duo show how it really does chop and hack at the Wing Chung dummy, so don't miss seeing what damage in can inflict!

As usual, the best is saved for last in this video, and the best is the Modern Damascus Seax Knife. This long and extremely pointed blade is not only crafted with genuine Damascus, it has a modified blade shape that almost looks like a reverse tanto, but is most closely related to a 'seax', or Viking knife. That makes it sharp on all 8 inches of the blade with a tip that can pierce through anything.

The handle of this beautiful blade is made from a chiseled blue and black Micarta that has brass pins and a wooden attachment, giving it a true collectible look to it. The sheath is a light tan genuine leather that is fitted for this blade shape specifically, and comes with a heavy duty belt loop. Watch as Ian accidently does some serious damage to the Damascus blade, which inadvertently shows that the swirls in the steel are not just a print!

As always, these demonstrations are for entertainment purposes, performed in a controlled environment by professionals, and are not for you to try. But enjoy the knives with their 'normal' uses once you get them!

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