M48 Liberator Sabotage II Combat Knife With Sheath - Cast Stainless Steel, Black Oxide Coating, Layered G10 Handle - Length 13 1/2”

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  • Always pushing the limits, United Cutlery takes its classic fixed blade design and gives it a sleek and updated look and feel
  • It has a 8 1/4" keenly sharp cast stainless steel blade with a black oxide coating
  • The fiberglass reinforced nylon handle scales are secured to the full tang with heavy-duty screws and the handle has a lanyard hole
  • The 13 1/2” fixed blade knife slides securely into an injection molded Vortec and nylon belt sheath, which has a snap closure strap


Always pushing the limits, United Cutlery takes its classic M48 fixed blade knife design and gives it an updated look and feel with the M48 Liberator Sabotage II Combat Knife - part of a brand new series of tactical tools. It has a keenly sharp cast stainless steel blade with a black oxide coating and satin finish highlighting, along with grooved sections. The layered G10 handle scales are secured to the full tang with heavy-duty screws and the handle has a lanyard hole. The 13 1/2” fixed blade knife slides securely into an injection molded Vortec and nylon belt sheath, which has a snap closure strap.

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Mike
Oct 28, 2019
(3 out of 5)
Way too thick and heavy to be anything but a wallhanger.

The blade is 1cm thick at its thickest, and the knife weighs over a pound. It looks really neat, but if they had cut the blade thickness in half and maybe shortened it about an inch it could be a useful knife. As is, it pretty much matches the "mall ninja knife" definition. The plastic grips are so slick that a knife of this weight would slip if used for any kind of cutting motion. If I had handled one in person first, I wouldn't have bought it.

 

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