Made in the USA Knives

Made in the USA Knives

These days, finding a tried-and-true American knife can be a daunting prospect. So due to popular demand, we're sorting the best quality "Made in the USA" knives into a separate category for your benefit! Our American knife collection includes pocket knives, hunting knives, machetes, utility knives, and more. If you've only experienced cheaply constructed knives from our friends overseas, get ready to treat yourself to a new world of American reliability and quality.

Outstanding several comments 2 friends are purchasing exactly as described

Very nice item, would purchase from Knife Depot again.

Knife itself is good and useful in the kitchen and for butchering game. Don't chop wood with it. Blade takes and holds a good edge. sheath has a design flaw - security strap is too short and snap eventually fails. CRKT replaced sheath readily and cheerfully but replacement has the same problem. It may stretch if left snapped for long enough so I'm trying that.

Old hickory knives are the best and affordable. The 5 piece set is awesome!!

Made in USA is a plus.

Typical Benchmade quality! Very attractive knife. I like it a lot!!

Built to cut as well as be pleasing to the eye. If you have to carry a knife carry this one its is all you'll need

Man, I am loving the Kershaw Link. It's tough to beat a sub-fifty dollar price point for a full size, American-made tactical style folding knife--and the Link even has an assisted opening mechanism, which snaps open quick and easy. As shown in the photos, the blade opens with an index finger flipper (an ambidextrous thumb stud would have been a nice extra, but I'm not going to complain about the lack of one). The handle scales are light but feel solid, with a checkered grip. The blade size is perfect for my purposes, and there is also a plain edge model for those folks who don't like serrations. (Not sure if that model is sold by Knife Depot, but I wanted to let people know that it exists). The pocket clip is tight and secures the knife well, and it can be unscrewed and affixed to the other side if you want to clip the knife to a left hand pocket. Overall, I can't think of any negative aspects of the Link; it's my new everyday carry knife and I enjoy using it on a daily basis. --Highly recommended by me, a random person on the internet. :)