The other day, I mentioned the M48 Tactical Survivor series and reckoned they would be great weapons for the inevitable zombie invasion. Some other weapons have surfaced that specifically say they are for killing the undead hordes.
I think The Walking Dead’s Michonne has the right idea with her katana sword. It never runs out of ammo and can kill the undead with ease. The only downside to having a sword is that when you inevitably run up against evil humans bent on pillaging what you have, you have the literal knife at a gunfight.
If you are looking for something unique in a knife, check out the SOG Key Knife. It looks like a key, just thicker, because inside of that fake key lays a knife. You can get a plain blade or a Key Knife with a nail file if that is something you use a lot.
I don’t know about you, but one of my biggest first world problems is that cold butter does not spread easily. The only solution is to either leave the butter out until it is soft or to grate it, which is a pain.
I thought we had come up with every possible use for multi-tools, but I guess I was wrong. We have never seen a cardboard multi-tool before. And it is also a business card. Creator Anthony Cole calls it the Business Knife.
I always thought the Klingon language was made up of sounds that were invented while people were clearing their throats. My favorite Klingon was Worf from The Next Generation and if you want to be a little more like Worf, you need this letter opener.
Your typical ninja is a person of stealth wearing all black and carrying swords that look more sinister than cute. I wonder if there was ever a group of ninja’s that liked to add a little color and flare to their dark costumes.
Add some Star Wars flair to your kitchen with this Star Wars X-Wing Knife Block. X-Wing Fighterss are great for destroying Death Stars, but who knew that they could help slice through meat and vegetables too?
We’ve all heard the old saying “bringing a knife to a gunfight,” which refers to the idea that you’ve clearly underestimated your foes or competition. In this case, you can bring a gun to a knife fight, and it still won’t give you any meaningful advantage.
Any wedding planner will tell you, God is in the details. It’s all well and good to have your Star Wars invitations, the best man dressed like an Ewok and a Star Wars cake, but you have to have the little details too.
When you are a secret spy working for British intelligence, your people come up with all kinds of cool gadgets for you to kill or maim. And if you need to protect some documents, and 007’s concealed blade briefcase is the perfect thing.
When it comes to your kitchen knives, you shouldn’t mess around. You want them sharp enough to cut cans. Because you never know when you might need to cut a can. It could happen. Anyway, the best way to sharpen a knife is obviously with shark teeth.
Ahoy assassin! If you thought the Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Hidden Blade Replica was too flamboyant, perhaps the blade’s updated version will be more to your liking. Made by McFarlane Toys, this life-size replica forgoes the shiny PVC vambrace for a simpler one made of leather.
I think you can do pretty much anything with LEGO bricks, but it still amazes me that we are seeing unique creations every day. This LEGO Swiss Army Knife comes from LEGO builder Robiwan_Kenobi. You might recognize that it’s made from LEGO Technic and Bionicle parts, which give it some nice authentic detail.