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Discussion in 'Cold Steel Knives' started by ducati, Apr 2, 2019.
Please resurrect Twistmaster (and Long HUnter).
A better quality Canadian Belt knife with a wood handle and leather sheath. I would also like to see them make a nice quality nessmuk knife with traditional handle and sheath.
A mini AD10 the same size as a mini recon 1
I would like to see ALL of their knives offered with stone washed, or satin blades. I hate coated blades.
Espada XL sized recon series!
The recon xl is the same size as the Espada Large, We need a Recon XXL.
Or Production(NOT A SPRINT RUN) Cruwear Recon series at 61+ HRC
Tanto Lawman(in satin/stonewash)
+100 - I'm okay with DLC coating, if Cold Steel does it for the whole knife. Hates the teflon coating chipping off from the lockbar and the clip. Uncoated knives would be nice too, i feel like this will help increase CS popularity.
A true folding Bowie with at least a 4 inch blade. Kind of like a 4 inch Bush Ranger with a broader blade. A true Bowie blade like an ADV Badlands Bowie, but with Cold Steel's superior build.
Cold Steel has so many fantastic fixed blade Bowie's, it seems like a logical progression. A 4 to 5 inch folding Bowie with a Triad, S35VN, and G10 handles would be great for everything from bushcraft to self defense.
A Kris style blade on the Drop Forged Bowie or boot knife handle.
A Drop Forged subhilt or Chute style design.
A sprint run of the Urban Shiv and Bush Ranger fixed blades.
A nice wood and blued steel Smatchet. I like the historical stuff Cold Steel subcontracts to Windlass, and a nice Smatchet that bridges the gap between the cheap models and antiques would be nice.
A OD green micarta scaled American Lawman. Put me down for 3 right now.
With satin blade
A "clinchpick-like" folding knife, with a triad lock of course.
Or something like Spyderco’s P’kal knife, which is the same concept. The triad lock is well suited for reverse edge-in knives like this.
Something along those lines, with a very grippy handle and with a sturdy blade made from a tougher steel than S30V.
And the triad lock indeed seems ideal for this application.
A folding version of this knife would also be very nice:
That would be cool to see. The strength of the triad lock would be perfect for some type of reverse grip knife.
Also: the Recon 1 folder series in tough 3V steel or comparable.
I wouldn’t mind seeing the black sable get an update. Something about that blade shape always did it for me.