For the New Products and Additions
Our products on this site are
- Manufacturer (Brand Name)
- Product Name
- Order Number (#)
- Knife Pattern Type
- Product Category
The best way to run a search is use
one of the above search types.
Example: If you what
to see all the Kershaw knives that we have, type in Kershaw in the Search
box above. This type of search is a Brand Name Search.
More Search Examples:
- Product Name: Gerber
LST or Case Side Winder
- Order Number: FJ-00100 or P-00110
- Knife Pattern Type: Stockman or Congress
- Product Category: Jack Knives or Pen Knives
Knife Web Guide™
Use the "find on this page" option of your browser to locate the
exact reference of your search on each page after you go to the page
the above search found for you.
The text search engine allows queries to be formed
from arbitrary Boolean expressions containing the keywords AND, OR,
and NOT, and grouped with parentheses. For example:
information or retrieval
same as above
- information retrieval
information and retrieval
finds documents containing both 'information' and
information not retrieval
finds documents containing 'information' but not 'retrieval'
(information not retrieval) and WAIS
finds documents containing 'WAIS', plus 'information' but
finds documents containing words starting with 'web'
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search using Boolean operators
The major search engines let you select whether to search for the exact
phrase you typed, all the words in the phrase but not necessarily
together, any of the words in a phrase, and so on. A few search engines do
not give you such options. In this case, you can define the search
yourself by adding one or more words or symbols to your search topic.
- AND. To search for two or more terms on the same page: Type
the word AND between the terms (example: sea AND kayak). Or put a plus
sign right before the second term (example: sea +kayak).
- OR. To search for either of two (or more) terms on the same
page: Type the word OR between the terms (example: kayak OR canoe).
- AND NOT. To search for pages that include the first term and
not the second: Type the words AND NOT between the terms (example:
kayak AND NOT whitewater). Or put a minus sign right before the second
term (example: kayak -whitewater).
- "". To search for an exact phrase: Enclose the
phrase in quotation marks (example: "sea kayak rental").
- ( ). To group parts of your search: Enclose them in
parentheses. For example, type kayak AND (gear OR equipment). This
returns pages with both the words kayak and gear or both the words
kayak and equipment.
- *. To search for various forms of a word: Add an asterisk to
the end of the word (example: kayak*). This returns pages with the
words kayak, kayaks, kayaked, kayaking, and so on.
The above how to search is from