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KA-BAR TDI Law Enforcement Fixed Blade Knife 1-5/8" Straight Point Plain Blade Black Stainless Steel Warranty

 
Ka-Bar
5-1478BP-4
617717514784
9-40955
Ships from Warehouse 9
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$11.60
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KA-BAR has created a very small TDI knife. Packs the same punch as the larger ones, but is small enough to wear around your neck, laced in your boot, pinned inside your belt or jacket. 3" Overall length, 1 1/2" super sharp blade; complete with sheath. Specifications and Features:
Modified Wharncliffe with black epoxy coat
1-1/2" super sharp blade
3" overall length
9Cr18 stainless steel blade
Black fiberglass filled nylon (FRN) sheath

KA-BAR TDI LDK -
With an overall profile about the size of a credit card, this knife can be concealed just about anywhere. Pin it under a tactical vest strap, hang it around your neck, or carry it in your wallet. This backup knife is intended to be readily available as your "Last Ditch" attempt at defense when all other weapons have been removed. Knife is sold with a hard plastic friction sheath and black cord.

Wharncliffe Blade -
A Wharncliffe blade is similar in profile to a sheep's foot but the curve of the back edge starts closer to the handle and is more gradual. Its blade is much thicker than a knife of comparable size. It is similar to the Saxon and Viking Seax.

Epoxy Powder Coating -
A coating process that protects blades from corrosion and also makes them non-reflective.

Glass Filled Nylon -
Material used to make sheaths. Nylon is reinforced with glass particles and other materials to provide strength and durability while still allowing some flexibility. 

Item#: 7-1478BP,9-40955,2-KBAR1478BP,20-KA-1478BP,46397
Total number of Reviews: 1

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4.0 5
"Very very small blade, but very sharp out of the package. The sheath sucks though."