The new OKC Dozier Strike is like a logger dressed in a tuxedo – refined on the outside but ready for strenuous work. The Strike features the classic Dozier drop point, linerless G-10 construction, and a sturdy lock back mechanism.
OKC follows up the Cerberus Fixed Blade with a folding companion this year. The Cerberus features a 3.75 inch blade with a full-flat grind. Its super sleek titanium build feels slender in hand.
We encounter yet another sheepsfoot blade at the OKC booth. Robert Carter is back with the 2squared flipper which looks like a broad, angular relative of 2016’s OKC hit – the Carter Prime.
At the OKC booth. Ontario will be introducing several new for 2017 knives. Time to shoot some video.
We’re back for coverage of the final day of SHOT Show 2017. Still some ground to cover today and our first stop is Ontario Knife Company!
That’s a wrap of Day 3 coverage of SHOT Show 2017 knives. We still have a lot more ground to cover including Ontario, Chris Reeve Knives, TOPS, KA-BAR and Boker. Join us here tomorrow starting at 2:30pm for the final day of SHOT Show 2017!
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Jesper Voxnaes’ custom F6 is a major departure from his typically broad bladed creations. CRKT is introducing a production version of the handsome minimalist gent’s flipper called the Vizzle.