Pocket Knife Selection
Whether it's a matter of pride, protection or preparedness, a pocket knife fits the bill. Its small size (usually 3 to 5 in. (8 to 13 cm.) in length) makes the pocket knife (also referred to as a folding knife) one of the most versatile tools available. Now you can view a complete selection of single-, 2-, 3-, 4-blade and Swiss Army pocket knives from the best manufacturers all in one convenient place. With such a broad inventory, you'll quickly find the folding knife you're looking for at a price that's affordable. Shopping for a present? A pocket knife makes a great graduation, birthday, anniversary or other gift.
|Single Blade Pocket Knives||2-Blade Pocket Knives||3-Blade Pocket Knives||4-Blade Pocket Knives|
|Swiss Army Knives|
Recent Customer Reviews - Pocket Knife Selection
You Need a Pocket Knife
More Information About Pocket Knives
- Pocket Knives and Airports - TSA Knife Rules - What happens when you're heading to the airport with your pocket knife?
- Teaching Kids About Knife Safety - It's important to teach knife safety to your kids at a young age. Here are some tips for the best way to instruct your child to safely use knives.
- How to Teach a Child to Use a Knife - The more knowledgeable children are about knives, the less likely they are to use them inappropriately or dangerously. If you're interested in teaching your child how to use a knife, here are some tips you should remember.
- Types of Outdoor Knives - Whether you're a hunter, fisherman or camper, an outdoor knife is a necessity. Here are a few types of outdoor knives you should check out.
- Types of Knife Blade Materials - There are a variety of knife blade materials and each has its own advantages and pitfalls. Here are brief descriptions of the most popular types of materials found in knife blades.
- How to Spot a Counterfeit Knife - There's nothing worse than realizing that you've purchased a forged or counterfeit knife. Unfortunately, the counterfeit knife business is quite lucrative, as forged products can be made for as little as $5-$10 and then sold to unsuspecting buyers.
- Types of Knife Handles - For anyone looking to buy a new knife, whether a chef or outdoorsman, the handle is a significant feature that should not be overlooked. Here is some information about common styles and types of handles.
- Pocket Knife Lock Types - Pocket knives rely on a variety of mechanisms to open and close. Here are explanations of some of the most common pocket knife locks, such as liner locks, frame locks and ring locks.
- Styles of Slip-joint Pocket Knives - Want to know more about the different styles of slip-joint pocket knives? Here's a breakdown of five different popular pocket knife styles: barlow knives, canoe knives, congress knives, elephant's foot knives and stockman knives.
- History of the Buck Knife - The Buck Knife, a term mostly used to refer to folding locked-blade knives, is also the namesake of one of the most successful knife manufacturers in the country. Learn more about the history of Buck Knives.
- Knife Blade Shapes - Provides an overview of the main blade shapes and the advantages and disadvantages of each
- Spear Point Blades - A spear point is a symmetrically pointed blade with a point that is in line with the center line of the blade's long axis
- Sheepsfoot Blades - The main purpose of a sheepsfoot blade is for cutting and slicing while minimizing the chances of anything accidentally being pierced by the point
- Clip Point Blades - A clip point is one of the most popular blade shapes in use today. The most recognizable knife that features a clip point is the Bowie knife
- Drop Point Blades - A drop point is one of the most popular blade shapes in use today. The most recognizable knife that features a drop point is the hunting knife
- Six benefits of carrying a pocket knife - A few great uses for carrying a pocket knife, including opening boxes, camping, fishing & more.
- About The Barlow Knife - The Barlow knife was invented in England, but became popular in the United States in the 18th and 19th century.