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Top 3 Knives to Buy During Blade HQ’s Sale

In celebration of National Knife Day, Blade HQ is having a big sale. Save up to 64 percent off your favorite blades from Benchmade, Kershaw, Spyderco, and more.

We highlighted our three favorite blades from the sale, but there are plenty of great knife deals happening now. Click the link below to see them all.

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Spyderco Para 3 Serrated 52100 Knife: $170 (45% Off)

Spyderco Para 3 Serrated 52100 Knife

The Para 3 is one of our favorite folding knives because it has amazing steel in a super-slick package. It’s large enough to tackle tough jobs but small enough for daily carry. This one has a 52100 steel blade for excellent edge retention. And the partially serrated edge is a good choice for those who may cut rope regularly.

Kershaw Induction 1905 Knife: $25 (64% Off)

Kershaw Induction 1905 Knife

Love to fidget? Then this smooth-action knife is for you. The drop-point blade has a two-tone black and satin finish, and the handle is reliably grippy and comfortable in the hand. The Induction’s Hawk Lock makes for easy opening and closing. It’s an all-around great EDC knife at a price that can’t be beat.

Benchmade Infidel OD Green Knife (BladeHQ Exclusive): $299 (42% Off)

Benchmade Infidel OD Green Knife

For those working in hostile environments, this Blade HQ exclusive is a powerful piece of personal protection. From the olive drab handle to the premium CPM-S30V dagger blade, this knife is a premium build. The double-action thumb slide allows for smooth one-handed opening and closing, and the deep-carry pocket clip makes for comfortable carry.


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