Olive Drab Full Tang Tanto Knife w/ Sheath


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  • Stainless steel tanto-style blade
  • Non-reflective anodized finish
  • Corrosion-resistant blade treatment
  • Nylon cord wrapped handle
  • Heavy-duty belt sheath
  • 6" blade; 11 1/2" overall

This 11 1/2 in. survival tanto knife is treated with a black anodized coating for corrosion resistance and a non-reflective appearance. The OD paracord wrapping provides a sure grip even when wet. Includes matching nylon belt sheath. 6 in. blade.

17 BK1895

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.17 out of 5

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Customer Reviews

Nov 25, 2014
(5 out of 5)
My personal dagger.

Not much to say here about this knife just a sweet blade. When I placed my order I went ahead and had my initials engraved on it, so that little personal touch is always sweet. Works great as a thrower, just watch the tip, it will snap off. Besides that go ahead and do your own custom wrapping on the handle to give it an additional touch. Great knife for whatever you need. Already stone sharpened the entire thing to get my tip back on and it's back up and running 100%.


Nov 23, 2014
(5 out of 5)

This knife is amazing it's durable and great looking I just wish the sheath was hard plastic instead of nylon the nylon it's to flimsy but hey it was $10 and duck tape fixed it from flopping everywhere but this knife is awesome works well and I love the look for it I'm thinking about getting another one for my buddy.


Michael Lovett
Oct 29, 2014
(5 out of 5)

Comfortable in the hand, thin profile and a holdable edge. Perfect for the price.


Jan 20, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Good Product

I bought this knife to have in my primary vehicle for unexpected problem, for $5 I figured it would be a good back up. The handle was wrapped tight I put an edge on the blade and I'm happy with my choice.


Jan 19, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Good Knife Blank

I bought this with the intention of making a nice wooden handle for it. I assumed the blade would be dull but actually nicked my finger while unwrapping it. It is sharp. This is a good choice if you want to learn how to enhance a knife with a custom made handle, etc.


Jan 14, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Not bad

I bought this on $5 Friday with free shipping..for $5 you cant beat it. I had it aly sharpend and I had the false top edge ground and sharpened at a cost of $3.89. So for under $10 I have a nice knife..sheath is fine but I dont plan on carring it..it is in my emergency bag in my truck..


Jan 02, 2014
(4 out of 5)
Solid for the price

Very study knife for the price, Considering buying a few more. the sheath is terrible.


Dec 27, 2013
(5 out of 5)
great knife

Very good knife for price. Quality is well over the price asking. Does not bend and very very sharp.


Dec 27, 2013
(4 out of 5)
Paracord Wrapped Knife

I got this knife on sale because it was such a good deal and I kind liked the looks of it. It looks better in person. I probably didn't read all the propaganda on it so it came as a nice surprise that it is actually stainless steel. It's nice and sharp and feels good in my hand. The sheath however is a disappointment. The dummies that made it sewed the belt loop to the sheath and then sewed the velcro handle keeper strap through the belt loop, making it impossible to put the knife on your belt. I'll have to cut the threads away and resew it properly. Still happy with the knife for the price.


Dec 19, 2013
(2 out of 5)
Not Really Full Tang

I got two of these for $5 each. They both had bent tips when I got them and I had to heat them up and hammer them straight. Once I had the blades straight I sharpened them and gave one to my friend. He liked it right away and started whittling a stick with it and almost immediately cut himself with it! Problem is he didn't mess up and cut himself on the blade- the paracord wrapping slipped off the handle and he cut his finger on the rough edge of the handle! He took off the paracord so he could wrap it back on there more securely and we discovered that the knife isn't really even full tang! There is a big cut out missing from the handle! The knife has two pieces of thin plywood one on either side of the handle to add some shape without using more paracord and to hide that handle only has thin strips of metal going around the outside and is not the solid slab of metal that it looks like.


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