In the last 6 months I’ve seen the interest in the Fallkniven knives slowly increase. It’s just been fun to hear back from customers that bought them for the first time, used them and came back for more.
I’m still a big fan of the carbon steels and traditional folders, but it’s sure been fun using knives with some high tech blade steels that aren’t tactical style knives. D2 and A1 will always rank high on my list of favorite steels, but once I got a taste of using a knife with a VG10 laminated blade, the 3G powdered steels and the cobalt steels, it just seemed like the sun shined a little brighter. Best of all is the price on these super steels is very reasonable for what you’re getting.
One of the new Fallkniven knives I added today are a couple of the Tre Kronor TK3 lock backs in Ivory Micarta and Maroon Micarta. A feature I really appreciate on all of the Fallkniven folding knives is the nail nick found on both sides of the blade to accommodate both left and right hand users.
The next new model I added is the Fallkniven SK3 fixed blade. Great, small fixed blade knife that has the utility of a pocket knife and the strength of a fixed blade all wrapped into a compact 5 3/4″ knife. You also get the incredibly sharp 3G steel blade hardened to 62Rc.
Finally, I filled in on the U1 slip joint. This is a non-locking 3 3/8″ closed non-locking slip joint. Once again, you have the 3G steel blade for an edge that will stay sharp longer then you’re probably used to.
I plan to continue to expand the Fallkniven offerings in the store. Like most other folks, I like to get the best bang for my buck and I think the Fallkniven line offers exactly that.