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MAKO Israeli Covert Knives Original Military Issue 2 Black

 
Mako Group
DBA015
DBA-015
DBA-015
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Original military knives issued to Israeli elite covert forces. Constructed of fiberglass resin makes these dangerous in close quarter combat. Double-sided, serrated blades are sharp. Includes a clothes clip and lanyard hole. Lightweight and durable. Set of two knives; one 7" and one 8" total length. Imported. 
Total number of Reviews: 8

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4.0 5
"My knives just came in. Knives may not be the best term for them. Daggers fits better. Definately not some cheap plastic. These are quality, and so far, have stood up to a few tests. Good buy at any price, but CheaperThanDirt makes it even better."
2.0 5
"I ordered these out of curiosity to see if they really could perform. I grabbed one and took a stab at a paper bag, the knife did penetrate the bag but the point bent. The edge dulled after one cut on a piece of paper. I had a friend of mine who does work with fiberglass look at them and he said that it seemed to be a run that included some impurities or bad manufacturing process. I hope I just got a bad set, as these are really great looking knives."
4.0 5
"I bought a set along with 3 triangle spikes, and all I can say is for what they are, they are excellent! remember, they are strictly for stabbing and cutting flesh, and after the test I ran mine though, all I can say is not bad, and they would definitely take someone down quickly if used correctly! Just like swords ( made to cut and penetrate flesh and bone, not hacking off tree limbs)!"
4.0 5
"nice knife but not exactly sharp. o well"
2.0 5
"When I got mine, I was so stoked. But after one swipe at some paper to test it out the blade bent. So now they are colleting dust on my shelf, but look rather cool up there. Wish they were a little stronger"
4.0 5
"I got these a while back when they first came out. I threw them at trees and wooden split rail fences. The points got a bit mis-shaped, but they aren't throwing knives! But what they are, are close quarter stabbing knives. They aren't much for cutting, but they are daggers, what can be expected? The tips can easily be re-shaped by a file. I really like them."
4.0 5
"this knive are very well maid and stronge cosidering what there maid of. i love mine iv had them a wile and theyve held up nicely. i havent had a chance to put them through a true test of what there maid 4, and that is stabing meat. they were not maid to cut. but they will easyly and efectively do theyre jobs when you need them. take care of them and they will last. but remember there maid to kill not cut up stuff."
4.0 5
"I just got these in the mail today. They are excellently made, and are quite pointy! Fiberglass/resin knives such as these aren't made for everyday use, but are a last-ditch knife that can be carried when metallic knives aren't a viable option (metal detectors, scuba diving, etc.). They'd probably only last long enough for a few stabs before becoming too dull to cut anything.They're pretty cheap though, so if it breaks, just buy another one!After observing the knives for a while, I concluded that for maximum results after stabbing your opponent, you should pull the knife out at an angle. So that the serrated edges can rip your opponent to pieces! :D"