Maxpedition founder Tim Tang draws on his passion for tactical knives and a decade of collaborations with the industry's top custom knife makers to debut this design. Ontario Apache TAC-1 Folder Made with combat troops in mind, this American made folding knife is top quality and is super light weight and very strong.
The Rothco 3274 Ontariio ASEK-Aircrew Survival Egress Knife is the one and only survival/egress knife chosen by the US Army to be included in its Air Warrior Equipment System; it includes the knife, sheath and strap cutter multi tool. The knife is made of .1875" thick 1095 carbon steel with a zinc ...
The CQC-6 (Close Quarters Combat — Six) or Viper Six is a handmade tactical folding knife with a tantō blade manufactured by knifemaker Ernest Emerson. Although initially reported as the sixth design in an evolution of fighting knives and the first model in the lineup of Emerson's Specwar Custom Knives, Emerson later revealed that the knife was named for SEAL Team Six.
This site is dedicated primarily to exploring the history of the iconic Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting Knife (commonly known as the British Commando knife), the many variants of that weapon, and the brave men and women who trained with it, carried it, and whose valor made it famous.
Some knives were simply built to stand the test of time, bridging the gap between applauded and legendary. In 1966, Gerber introduced the Mark II fixed blade and the rest, as they say, is history. In a time of turmoil and war, this knife was born of unparalleled attention to the survival and combat needs it was designed to serve.
The M11 EOD Knife has a ribbed brown modified Kraton handle for secure grip, a black steel guard and a black steel butt cap. A brown glass reinforced nylon scabbard with quick release military holster, wire cutter and screwdriver is included with this Ontario Knife. The Ontario M11 EOD Knife has an overall length of 12.4". Made in the USA.
A trench knife is a combat knife designed to kill or gravely incapacitate an enemy soldier at close quarters, as might be encountered in a trenchline or other confined area. It was developed in response to a need for a close combat weapon for soldiers conducting assaults and raids on enemy trenchlines during the First World War.
along with the m-6 and m-9 bayonets, the m-7 is covered by tm 9-1005-237-23&p with the long title, "organizational and direct support maintenance manual (including repair parts and special tools list) for bayonet-knife, m6, with bayonet-knife scabbard, m10 (1095-00-014-0369), bayonet-knife, m7, with bayonet-knife scabbard, m10 (1095-00-017-9701) and m9 multipurpose bayonet system (1005-01-227-1739)".
The M7 bayonet, introduced in 1964, was used as a bayonet on the M16 rifle and as a fighting knife. The M9 multipurpose bayonet system is used as a bayonet on the M16 series rifle, on the M4 series carbine, as a fighting knife, as a general field and utility knife, as a wire cutter when used on the sheath, and as a saw.
If you like large fixed blade knives, this bayonet is an excellent buy. Being identical to the current USMC military issue, the quality is superb. Keep in mind this is a very large knife with a blade length of 8 inches. It is also a heavy knife. Being a former Marine myself and also a knife collector, this was a no brainer for me.
True Tactician: Nearly every one of these knives has an intent that isn’t necessarily tactical. Some go for combat, some for self-defense, some are survival knives for stripping bark or cleaning game. The Border Guard 2 is the mold of a true knife for the completely tactical operator.