A History of Honor
Attleboro fixed blades are designed to pay homage to soldiers involved in Operation Attleboro in the Vietnam War, and the Attleboro knife takes its name from this moment in history as well. The father of one of their founders was declared MIA in this conflict, and an Attleboro fixed blade knife commemorates those who served with honor while helping others do the same. A group of Special Forces retirees have designed Attleboro Knives to be durable enough to survive anything.
Premium Tactical Knives
The Attleboro Knife Tactical Fixed Blade is sized for survival and hard combat. It is designed with a 4.5-inch stainless CPM S35-VN steel blade, a full tang design and a contoured black canvas micarta handle with a lanyard hole. The blade has a spear point design and a stone-washed finish with large hollow grinds for a cutting angle that is more precise. In addition, the spine of the blade includes machined gimping to provide extra security on your grip when cutting something particularly stringent You can get a Non-Serrated Tactical Fixed Blade Attleboro or a Partially Serrated Attleboro Knife for cutting ropes and cloth. These tactical tools are available with a black Kydex, desert tan or traditional stonewash blade finish. The knife comes with a Kydex sheath in either black or desert tan and a Teklock belt attachment for safe carry.
Tough Knives for Tough Conditions
All Attleboro Knives are rugged and lightweight for hard use. Each one has a grip attached that will not break or slip. A knife from Attleboro can go a long time with a lot of use before it needs to be sharpened again. The company backs their knives with a full lifetime warranty. Get one from KnifeArt and your order will include free U.S. shipping. Orders placed before 5:00pm CST will ship the same day!