Kershaw recently teamed up with Duck Commander’s pro staff to create a new line of knives specifically with hunting in mind.
Kershaw has been in the knife-making business for a long time. They have created some of the most popular knife lines like their Zero Tolerance collection.
They don’t just make hunting knives, but also some of the finest kitchen cutlery you can purchase. After talks with Duck Commander they have finally released a new line of knives backed by their pro staff.
Unless you have been hiding in dark hole somewhere you should know Duck Commander. I know people who have never hunted who know them thanks to their successful television show “Duck Dynasty.”
Besides being famous for their beards, they have grown into one of the most successful family businesses in the hunting world with their duck calls. In recent years they have expanded out into even more areas with Buck Commander, apparel lines, and now other avenues such as knives.
Their new series adds four new pocketknives in various sizes to Kershaw’s repertoire. Each are named after an important place or person in Louisiana as a nod to Duck Commander’s heritage.
All four knives use Kershaw’s patented SpeedSafe Technology for safe assisted opening. The new knives in order from largest to smallest are:
- Bisland (Model: 7422DC)- Named after the famous Civil War battlefield, this knife is 7.5 inches in total length. The blade is 3.25 inches and sports a reversible deep-carry pocket clip. The handle is made of glass-filled nylon with deep ridges for added grip. It retails for $29.99.
- Rayne (Model: 7402DC)- Named after Rayne, Louisiana, this knife has a total length of 7.25 inches. The classic clip point blade is three inches long that comes razor sharp and ready for hunting. The handle has G-10 textured scales and is inlaid with the Duck Commander logo. It retails for $59.99.
- Dunbar (Model: 7420DC)- Named after the famed civil servant, this knife is also 7.25 inches in total length. It is a slightly smaller version of the Bisland. It retails for $29.99.
- Tickfaw (Model: 7418DC)- Named after the small town of Tongipahoa Parish, this knife is 5.3 inches in length. It is the smallest knife of the four with only a 2.25 inch blade. It retails for $29.99.
They are also adding a new ax to the lineup as well. They call it the Quax (Model: 7400DC) and it represents everything the duck men are about with the head being shaped to look just like a duck. The ax will retail for $59.99.
All of these knives can be purchased from the Duck Commander and Buck Commander stores if you happen to live nearby in Louisiana. They are also available at various Kershaw retailers or ordered directly from their website.
All photos from Kershaw Knives