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Benchmade Knife (Бенчмейд) — американская компания, производитель ножей. Компания была создана Робертой и Лесом де Асис в городе Орегон-Сити, Орегон, США.


Benchmade была создана в 1988 году в Калифорнии как корпорация Pacific Cutlery. В 1990 г. компания переехала в Клакамас, Орегон. Первоначально основной продукцией Benchmade были ножи-бабочки, или балисонги, которые она до сих пор производит. Более того, Benchmade зарегистрировала «Бали-Сонг» как торговую марку. К октябрю 2004 года в компании работает около 150 человек. За время существования компания заметно расширила разнообразие выпускаемых ножей.


Изделия Benchmade по характеру дизайна и материалов являются высококачественной продукцией на рынке ножей. Для многих моделей используются марки стали высшего сорта, такие как 154CM, D2 и CPM S30V. Benchmade — один из немногих производителей, который использует быстрорежущую сталь M4 для изготовления ножей.

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Columbia River Knife & Tool, Inc. (CRKT) is an American knife company established in 1994, and currently based in Tualatin, Oregon, United States. The company's president and sales executive is Rod Bremer and the finance executive is Peggy Bremer.


CRKT was founded in 1994 by Paul Gillespi and Rod Bremer. Both individuals were formerly employed with Kershaw Knives. The company did not truly take off until the 1997 Shot Show when the K.I.S.S (Keep It Super Simple) knife was introduced. The small folder, designed by Ed Halligan was a success. Within the opening days of the show the years worth of the product was sold out. They sold at 4-5 times original production numbers resulting in a tripling of production efforts.

On October 3 of 2000 US Customs seized a shipment of 80,000 Chinese CRKT folding knives worth more than $4.3 million. All 50 models seized had always passed every Customs test in prior situations. The shipment had cleared Customs on September 29 but on October 3 an inspector decided that the knives acted like switchblades despite the fact that none of them fit within the definition set forth by the U.S. Switch Blade Knife Act of 1958. On October 17 a letter was co-signed by Oregon U.S. Congresswoman Darlene Hooley and Senator Gordon Smith that petitioned the head of Customs to aid CRKT. Because of their action there was a Federal inquiry of the US Customs actions that had to be answered within thirty days. On October 20 the company was once again allowed to move their product. However this was not before losing over $1 million in sales and spending over $30,000 on legal fees.


The company produces a wide range of fixed blades and folding knives, multi-tools, sharpeners, and carrying systems. CRKT has collaborated with custom knifemakers such as Ken Onion, Harold "Kit" Carson, Allen Elishewitz, Pat Crawford, Liong Mah, Steven James, Greg Lightfoot, Michael Walker, Ron Lake, Tom Veff, Steve Ryan, Flavio Ikoma, and the Graham Brothers.


CRKT owns fifteen patents and patents pending. These include the Outburst assist opening mechanism, Lock Back Safety (L.B.S.) mechanism, Veff-Serrated edges, and the Deadbolt Lock.

The Outburst is the company's proprietary mechanism for their assisted-opening knives. These knives are standard pivot joint liner lock or frame lock folding knife. Inside the knife there is a spring tab that catches the tang of the blade as it is manually opened. Once the blade reaches thirty degrees the spring takes over and quickly snaps the knife open.

The Lock Back Safety mechanism, also invented by Ron Lake, is similar in function to the LAWKS mechanism. It is a lockback folder with a switch that can prevent the locking bar from being depressed. Inside the handle there is a small rod with a flange near the butt of the handle. The other end is connected to a switch near the pivot end. When the switch is pulled back (away from the pivot) the lock functions as a regular lockback. When the switch is closed the flange on the rod slides under tip of the locking bar at the butt end. This prevents the depression of the bar and the blade from unlocking. When the knife is closed the system functions the same way to lock it closed or allow it to open.

Veff-Serrations were developed by Tom Veff, a sharpener and knife maker, and are exclusively licensed to CRKT for production. The Veff-Serrations differ from standard ones in that they are large and set at an angle of 60 degrees whereas most serrations are small and arranged 90 degrees from the cutting surface.

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Cold Steel, Inc. is an American manufacturer and retailer of knives/bladed tools, training weapons, swords and other martial arts edged and blunt weapons, based in Ventura, California. Cold Steel products are manufactured worldwide, including in the United States, Japan, mainland China, Taiwan, India, Italy and South Africa.


The company's products include fixed blade knives, folding knives, swords, machetes, tomahawks, kukris, blowguns, walking sticks, and other martial arts items and training equipment. Their knives are used by military and law-enforcement personnel worldwide.

Cold Steel is credited with popularizing the American tantō in 1980. Cold Steel marketed knives made for them in the U.S. by Camillus using a carbon steel given the trademarked name "Carbon V" (read "carbon five"). Their imported knives were nearly all made in Seki, Japan using AUS-8 which Cold Steel labelled "400 Series Stainless". They also had two models made in Taiwan, both of which switched to Japan in 2000. In 2007 Camillus New York went bankrupt and Cold Steel was forced to find a new manufacturer for their carbon steel fixed blades. Cold steel first went to Mainland China (People's Republic of China) but allegedly due to quality issues they switched to Taiwan for production. At the same time Cold Steel moved all of their folding knife manufacturing from Seki Japan to Taiwan. The carbon steel was SK5 and stainless was AUS-8 both imported to Taiwan from Japan. However the Sanmai III models remained strictly Seki production.

Today the knives made in Japan use VG-1 stainless steel and VG1 core Sanmai III, the Taiwan models use German 4116 stainless steel, D2 steel, 1055 high carbon steel, O-1 high carbon, SK-5 high carbon steel, Japanese AUS 8A stainless steel, American CTS XHP and CPM S35VN powder steels and American CPM 3V tool steel. The largest Sanmai III fixed blades are made by Hattori. Cold Steel's folding knives are renowned for their lock strength, due primarily to the introduction of the TRI-AD locking mechanism, designed by custom knife maker Andrew Demko.

Cold Steel's swords are primarily made from 1055 high carbon steel and Damascus steel.

Many of Cold Steel's products are designed by company President Lynn C Thompson and based upon traditional knife designs from all over the world, but Cold Steel has also collaborated with custom knife makers such as Andrew Demko, Phil Boguszewski, Zach Whitson, Steven Likarich, Keith Dehart, Rich McDonald, Bob Koga, Fred Perrin and Lloyd Pendleton on certain designs. 

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Spyderco (укр. Спайдерко, від англ. Spider) — американська компанія, яка займається виготовленням ножів, засобів догляду за ними та аксесуарів. Серед продукції найбільш відомими є складні кишенькові ножі. «Spyderco» є винахідником багатьох елементів, які нині поширені в складних ножах, в тому числі кишеньковий затискач (кліпса), серейтор і отвір в клинку для відкривання ножа однією рукою.


Першим продуктом Spyderco була так звана «Портативна рука», виготовлена у 1976 році. Це спеціальний пристрій який складався з шарнірів та зажимів «крокодил», призначений для допомоги ювелірам та іншим особам при роботі з дрібними деталями. За зовнішнім виглядом пристрій нагадував павука і цей факт надихнув Сола Глессера на назву компанії. На той час він проживав разом з дружиною у хлібовозі переобладнаному під будинок на колесах та подорожував по США, відвідуючи виставки.

У 1978 році сімейство Глессерів осіло в містечку Голден, округ Джефферсон, штат Колорадо і зайнялося виробництвом керамічних точил. Перший ніж був виготовлений для Сола Глессера Джимом Оддо. Прототип ножа C01 Worker вперше був представлений на виставці «SHOT Show» у Новому Орлеані і відразу викликав інтерес у публіки та професійних виробників ножів, тому що поєднував у собі відразу декілька інновацій, які пізніше стали атрибутами складних ножів. Вперше було застосовано кліпсу для зручного носіння ножа в кишені та отвір в клинку для швидкого відкривання ножа одною рукою (круглий отвір є торговою маркою Spyderco). Завдяки знайомству з дизайнером ножів, японцем Ал Маром, Солу вдалося наладити серійний випуск моделі у Японії.

Відтоді компанія створила сотні моделей складних ножів та запровадила багато інновацій, таких як серейторний клинок у складних ножах ( вперше втілений у моделі C02 Mariner у 1982 році), нові види сталі та матеріали руків'я.

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