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Attleboro Knife Tactical Fixed Blade - Black Sheath - Stone Wash - Serrated

 Attleboro Knife Tactical Fixed Blade - Black Sheath - Stone Wash - Serrated
 Attleboro Knife Tactical Fixed Blade - Black Sheath - Stone Wash - Serrated Attleboro Knife Tactical Fixed Blade - Black Sheath - Stone Wash - Serrated Attleboro Knife Tactical Fixed Blade - Black Sheath - Stone Wash - Serrated
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ITEM# AK-A-BK-STONE-S

$295.00

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The Attleboro battle combat utility knife is designed by retired U.S. Special Forces operators. Razor sharp stainless S-35VN blade in a spear point design with an aggressive top swedge. Stonewash finish on the blade. The blade thickness is .150". Hardness is 55-57 RC. Unique slanted serrations for better cutting. Large hollow grind for a precise cutting angle. Large choil for added positive blade control. Machined gimping on the thumb rest of the blade spine for added grip during heavy demand cutting. Black canvas micarta has machined grooving for added tactical grip. Full tang design, handle portion is skeletonized for weight reduction. Integral glass breaker with polycarbonate cutting edge on the butt end of the handle. Lanyard and lanyard hole is practically placed away from glass breaker. The Attleboro knife is designed to commemorate the ultimate sacrifice made by Army Special Forces MSG William B. Hunt and to honor all the military members involved in Operation Attleboro during the Vietnam War. Each knife comes with a certificate and special challenge coin. The new Attleboro Knife is proud to be a 100% American made tactical military-use tool.

MAKER: Attleboro Knives
BLADE SIZE: 4 1/2"
TOTAL SIZE: 9 3/4"
BLADE MATERIAL: Stainless CPM S35 VN Steel - Stone Wash Finish - Partial Serrations- 55-57 RC
BLADE THICKNESS: .150"
HANDLE: Black Canvas Micarta - Contoured
SHEATH: Black Kydex with Teklock Belt Attachment
WEIGHT: 6.2 oz.



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