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Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

This classical folder knife has thin and long, steel blade with jimping on the spine. Black/grey laminate scales on handle. Overall 9 inches.

Bullseye Throwing Tomahawk

Here's a compact throwing tomahawk/axe that won't break the bank. Shorter than most tomahawks, but it has a sharpened backspike to increase your chances of sticking the target. Blade is black coated mild carbon steel that measures 7-3/8" across. Solid wood handle is tapered toward the end to help ensure you don't let go of it before you intend to.

Hatchet Blade Blank

Here’s a chance to try your hand at making a fully functional small hatchet. The blade is completely finished, so all your work will be on the handle.

Round Horn Plate

This beautiful round plate is made of real natural horn perfect for Viking and Medieval settings.

Canadian Belt Knife

This Belt Knife with elliptical profile, is made out of German 4116 Stainless steel and hollow ground to a razor edge. Sports an almost indestructible Polypropylene handle. Comes with a pouch style black Cor-Ex ™ Sheath. Overall 8-1/2 inches.

Kitchen Classics Paring Knife

This Cold Steel Kitchen Paring Knife comes with a razor sharp edge that lasts and lasts. The handle is designed to ensure a strong, secure and comfortable grip. It features a stiff Zy-Ex core on the inside for durability, with a softer, food-safe Kray-Ex exterior for the kind of non-slip grip that must be felt to be appreciated!


Tactical Duo Tree Hook

Double your organization with this duo tree hook. The ultra-sharp auger tip threads easily screw into dense hardwoods. Includes a thread protector, which attaches to the clip and carry carabiner, making it easy to carry the hook from stand-to-stand without tearing up your pack or clothes.

Folding Saw

Easily saw through limbs, trees, and branches with this folding handsaw. The serrated edge cuts through green wood, as well as dead or frozen limbs. Great for setting up your tree stands, handy when camping.

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

Absolutely love this knife. Carry it with a 3 piece suit, and a pair of blue jeans. Sophisticated feel, solid construction, a conversation starter and showstopper. An inexpensive version of a Laguiole, but so much fun. Buy one. Now.  Before I buy them all.
Reviewed by: David, July 27, 2021

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

This knife is awesome it's well worth the price, it's well made.
Reviewed by: Anthony, March 08, 2019

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

Petite but deadly well made for the price
Reviewed by: Ricky, February 09, 2019

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

Great little knife for the price!  Love the file work.
Reviewed by: Harold, December 31, 2018

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

For some reason, the moment I saw this knife in the catalog, I thought it would be nice.  So it turned out to be far nicer than it looked.  This little blade is beautifully made:  sleek and elegant.
Reviewed by: Christopher, November 30, 2018

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

I Admit I have wanted this for a while.   I always saw it,  didn't have one,  an impulse buy at a great price.   I love collecting knives and swords and this is a very cool knife.   I love the gray scales on this piece and the filing work on the spine.   A very good value,  it reminds me of a small version of the Spanish Navaja.   Again Thanks for carrying great knives at affordable prices,  especially when you're on a budget!


Reviewed by: Brian, November 17, 2018

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

What a great deal for a sweet little folder.
Reviewed by: Rory, September 02, 2018

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

Nicer than I expected.
Reviewed by: william, February 16, 2017

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

It was a nice knife. Husband really liked it.
Reviewed by: Joyce, October 08, 2016

Review of: Spanish Rib Tickler Folding Knife

excellent workmanship
Reviewed by: Bruce, February 08, 2015