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Marines 1045 Steel Survival Knife

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Item Number: 9E4-AZ218

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Out of the battle and strait into your hands, the 1045 Surgical Steel Military Knife is guaranteed sharp. The fine edging on the blade provides a smooth cutting edge and can be sharpened to a razors edge. The fail-proof clip point blade is supported through a full length, angular tang that measures 21mm wide to 11mm at the end of the handle grip. The Marines infantry are not to be taken lightly. They require tough equipment like the 1045 Steel Survival Knife.

Protecting the hand, a 2.5 inch steel guard stretches out to keep the hand from close encounters. The leather-infused, ridge cut grip performs surprisingly well in wet, dry, cold, and hot. A Military Survival Knife must work under all conditions. At the pommel is an aluminum balance, fixing the tang and grip. Although the knife is made for cutting and piercing, the pommel weight balances out a good throw from the knife. Reliability and practicality are worked into the design and function well on any turf.

Make this knife part of your trusted survival gear. It can be easily attached to a belt or the exterior of a bag. The real full tang and 4.05mm thick blade made of 1045 surgical stainless steel will provide you with power to rely upon. Whether you are hunting, camping, hiking, backpacking, fishing, or preparing a Bug-Out Bag, you can find many uses of this 1045 Steel Survival Knife.

Overall Length: 12.25 Inches
Blade Length: 7.15 Inches
Blade: 1045 Surgical Stainless Steel
Clip Point, Fine Edge, Super Sharp
Blade Thickness: 4.05mm
Handle: 4.9 Inches, Full Tang
Grip: Infused Leather, Wet & Dry
Includes: Riveted Nylon Sheath, Belt Loop

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Decent for the price
Samuel Sigmon (Belton, SC) 10/11/2012 4:20 PM
it is full tang and thick, but it is definitely a Chinese knock off of a Ka-bar, it is sharp and made out of okay steel, after the first time i used it,camping chopping tree limbs and small game,it started to loose its finish, and it even got a small dent above the blood spill, also the handle loosened and slightly flexes as you grip it. however for the price I cant complain, its sturdy and keeps and edge pretty well, it also has a good weight to it and is very well balanced. For as much as it cost I wouldn't discurage anyone from getting it. keep in mind its not the best, or even a great quality, but it is a good cheap knife and will hold up for a bit.
elijah gould (bridgeton, NJ) 10/8/2012 10:27 AM
this resembles the knife used all throughout veitnam its solid and the handle is made from some nice leather thats almost weather resistant "almost" all in all its a great buy and comes razor sharp bought 2 more
elijah gould (bridgeton, NJ) 10/1/2012 7:10 PM
so it dose have a solid feel handle is cery nice blade comes literaly rasor sharp and ove all i would have paied 40 fo a knife this nice
ok knife for the price
Erica ( FL) 12/30/2011 8:57 AM
I bought the original Marine Ka-bar a year ago, and seeing as this looked exactly like it, i gave it a try. For one thing, it is a Ka-bar knock off, made in China. But it closely resembles the real ka-bar(minus the superior & clean craftmanship). The painting is off, but it is a full tang. The sheath is not so great, there is a crappy little internal plastic sheathing within the outer nylon sheath. It is a little difficult to put the knife back becuase of the plastic. the sheath also doesnt hold the knife well, the knife will wiggle in the nylon sheath. With a little paint touch ups and a better sheath, this is well worth the buy. granted, it is a $15 knife.