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Manticuda Knife

Most knives are made for cutting, but few are designed for cutting attackers. The Manticuda Knife ($275) is designed to aid in weapon retention, and as such offers a pistol grip for a secure hold and added power and a multi-faceted edge design that provides more cutting angles. Its wide design serves to produce larger wounds, while cutouts reduce weight and perform various utility functions, and an included nylon sheath keeps things safely tucked away when not in use.

  • Gerber Venture Knife

    Knives don't need to do a bunch of different things to be useful — they just need to do one thing really well. The Gerber Venture Knife ($75) adheres to this mantra by limiting its design to a polished titanium handle and a three and a half inch serrated blade that's ready when you need it thanks to the Venture's FAST spring-assisted opening mechanism.

  • Ninja Stealth Throwing Knives

    Who knew becoming a ninja could be so affordable? Apart from the black outfit you made from scrap linens and black socks, all you really need are the tools of an assassin, and these Ninja Stealth Throwing Knives ($7) should work just fine. Arriving in a three pack with a nylon case, they measure 6.5-inches overall, with a circle loop on each end, and a blade that's reasonably sturdy yet dull enough to make them great for beginners — so you might want to sharpen them before trying to hurl them through another man's skull.