KnivesShipFree Christmas Shipping Guide Helps with the Holidays

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One of the modern holiday season’s biggest stressors is trying to get your ordering done in a timely manner, so that you can get your gifts in time for Christmas. Thankfully the folks over at KnivesShipFree have compiled all important shipping info in their Christmas Shipping Guide. Moreover, they’re offering discounted 2-Day FedEx shipping on any order of $95 or more – and if you’re a knife collector you know that’s a pretty low financial bar to clear.

But sometimes knife buying, whether for others or yourself, is about finding the right inspiration. Making sure you get the right thing for the right person brings its own yuletide stress into the equation. If you need some guidance in your gift-giving, we’ve picked out a handful of knives we think would make great presents for the knife lover (or aspiring knife lover!) in your life.

Jack Wolf Knives Modern Slipjoints

We covered Jack Wolf Knives a couple of times in 2022; founder Benjamin Belkin is a certified slipjoint nut and he brings his love of the genre to these fresh slippie designs. Each batch from Jack Wolf has its own suite of material choices, so even if a model is repeated the specific options are not. Each release batch is small, too, but there are still a few models available over at KSF: the angular Cyborg Jack and the wharnie-sporting Venom Jack.

Bradford Knives Guardian 3 in MagnaCut

There was no way we weren’t going to recommend something made from MagnaCut, but we wanted to give the spotlight to a MagnaCut knife that isn’t one of the usual suspects. Bradford Knives’s Guardian 3 is time-tested, compact fixed blade, adept at large and small jobs, indoors and out. MagnaCut suits such a knife like a glove; anyone who gets one of these will have a hardworking companion for life.

Case Sodbuster Jr.

The modern craze for slipjoints has resulted in some very cool new stuff, like the Jack Wolf knives mentioned above. But don’t forget about classics like the Sodbuster Jr. either. It’s such an elegant, lovable distillation of traditional knife appeal, and it makes for a great, affordable introduction to the entire history and culture of knives. We also like the season-appropriate red synthetic handles on this version.

Casstrom Lars Falt Slipjoint

We’ve recommended this one before, and we’ll do it again. The Lars Falt is always worth considering, especially for veteran collectors who have been around the block. It’s classically beautiful, the kind of knife anybody can admire, even non-enthusiasts, but also has an ineffable character to it that is a breath of fresh air if you feel like you’ve seen it all. Give this one a shot.

Chris Reeve Knives Small Sebenza 31

Christmas isn’t about the presents, but gift-giving can be a very impactful gesture; many of us have received something, from a loved one or a friend, that we cherish for years after. A CRK knife may be a bit of a cliche recommendation, but this is the kind of gift that the recipient will treasure, and possibly pass down in the future as an heirloom. And on a more practical level, it’s just a great knife, refined over thirty years and still going strong.

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