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Ka-Bar Becker BK3 Tac Tool Fixed Blade Knife

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  • Model: BK3; Weight: 1.3 lbs.; Sheath: Glass-Filled Nylon
  • Edge Angle: 15 Degrees; Steel: 1095 cro-van;
  • Blade Length: 7"; Overall Length: 12-1/2"
  • Grind: Flat; Handle: Grivory
  • Knife Made in the USA, Sheath made in Taiwan

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Product Description

Product Description

The Becker Tac Tool features a 7 in. fixed black partially serrated chisel blade made from 1095 Cro-van steel and includes a belt cutter with a black grivory handle that includes a lanyard hole. Knife has an overall lenght of 12 1/2 ines with a black hard plastic sheath and has a green canvas micarta handle purhcase option. ATTRIBUTES Blade Detail: Plain Edge Blade Length (inches): 7.00 Blade Material: Carbon Steel Black Carry System: Glass Filled Nylon Sheath Handle Material: GFNPA66 Overall Length (inches): 12.50

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A design collaboration between Ethan Becker of BK&T and John Benner of TDI, the Tac Tool smashes, bashes, prys, hammers and cuts. It is equally powerful at lifting stubborn hinge pins, prying open doors or windows, and hammering out glass as it is efficient at cutting 550 cord.

Specifications:

  • Model: BK3
  • Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Sheath: Glass-filled nylon
  • Edge Angle: 15 degrees; Steel: 1095 cro-van
  • Blade Length: 7 inches
  • Overall Length: 12-1/2 inches
  • Grind: Flat
  • Handle: Grivory
  • Knife made in the USA; sheath made in Taiwan Product Description Product Description

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 3.5 x 2.5 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001IPILMA
  • Item model number: BK3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,392 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The razor at the top of the blade is very sharp as well.
Michael Devito
I feel that I can USE it without worrying about ruining the thing - it will still be there for the next mission.
Shahram Kelarestaghi
It easily cut and chopped small kindling for a fire with little or no effort.
John M. Laycock

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

148 of 159 people found the following review helpful By Shahram Kelarestaghi on April 29, 2010
I just received this knife yesterday, and while I haven't had to use it for work yet, I really don't feel that it is premature to leave a review. This thing is even more solid than I'd hoped.

I'm a medic deployed to Afghanistan with an airborne unit - I leave the wire about every day. I wanted something that would function as a strap cutter while having enough heft to easily hack a limb off of a tree (for use as a splint). I heard nothing but good about Ka-Bars from other guys in my unit, so I thought I'd try one. This looks like it'll work great. It's heavy, but really nice to have. The sheath integrates onto my rack behind one of my medical pouches so the knife doesn't take up too much room. Really well designed sheath - the slots line up with the MOLLE webbing on my rack perfectly. With most knives, you feel that after a few uses the thing is going to be bent up and more or less worthless; I've never had a knife that I felt this much confidence in. I feel that I can USE it without worrying about ruining the thing - it will still be there for the next mission.

Couldn't be happier with it. If I ever need another fixed blade, it'll probably be another Ka-Bar.
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76 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Michael Devito on November 21, 2009
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Wow this tool is great. If you want a great tool for survival this is it. It is very sturdy and strong. The knife could be a little sharper than what it comes as but it is still sharp enough to cut paper. The razor at the top of the blade is very sharp as well. I bought this tool to be stored in my vehicle, I drive many miles every day and my worse nightmare is to witness a car accident and not be able to help the people involved. This tool is a sharp edge, a serrated edge, a seat belt cutter, a very effective pry bar (its greatest feature) and the right angle at the end of the tool can easily break a window with no problem. The sheath that is comes with is absolutely exquisite, I own many knives and this is the best sheath I have for any knife. Another great benefit to this knife is the fact that the handles can be easily removed for maintenance. You can definitely see that this knife is built to last a lifetime of abuse. I think this knife would be best suited for firefighters and police officers or maybe, like myself, the average joe that needs to be able to help when called upon. Like I said before this tool would be very good for camping and outdoor use, you can chop wood or skin an animal. I think of the lack of a point as a plus because it makes for a stronger tool, there's no tip to break off! Buy it, you will show it off to everyone and they are going to want one too!
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Outdoor Enthusiast on June 23, 2010
This implement ("knife" doesn't do it justice) is ready and willing to take on tough jobs. I have a great amount of confidence in this tool and the durability and craftsmanship are top-tier.
When I first researched this thing, I knew it meant business, and let me tell you, it delivers. Holding it in your hand, the sheer heft of the 1/4" steel full-length tang alludes to just how endless the possibilities really are.
Dependable and built for any rigor it may face, "impossible" is not a part of its vocabulary. You can trust this item to serve long and strong up against anything you throw at it.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Slugg on July 11, 2010
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Y'ask me, despite it's outward resemblance to a classic, fixed-blade, sheath knife, I'd say it's not nearly adequate to call this unique thing a "knife". That all-too-commonplace noun simply doesn't do justice to the strength, durability, design, and versatility of... an extraordinary multi-tool?

In the dense forest surrounding our house for the past two days I've subjected this tool to prolonged chopping, sawing, cutting, levering, chiseling, hooking, digging... and the heavy, black blade absorbed all that without dulling excessively, denting, or chipping! Moreover, the blade has a full-length tang bolted between a pair of plastic handles [Wusthof-Classic-style] whose ergonomics IMO are perfect, particularly for hard hacking and chopping... and the scabbard locks the blade in place when it's not needed in hand so it won't slip out and become lost in the tangle whenever one needs to scramble on all fours, climb over stuff, or low-crawl though critter tunnels underneath the bramble thickets.

Possibly the only thing this tool lacks is a pointy tip suitable for stabbing and gouging. However, most days working by myself in the woods as I do, I've little need to stab or gouge anything, and clipped to my pants pocket I carry a nice, spring-loaded folder if an unpredictable need for stabbing and gouging should appear.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Land Cruiserman on December 28, 2013
What it is:
The love child of a crow bar and a hatchet.

What it has:
Sharpened blade for hacking, serrated blade for sawing, squared off corners for prying, seat belt cutter, pommel for hammering stuff

What it isn't:
A machete. It doesn't even come that sharp out of the box, but it really doesn't need to be

How it's made:
Solid 1/4 chunk of steel with a screw on grip. Bombproof construction. I've pried crates, hacked underbrush, broken down boxes, cut open cans, used the pommel as a hammer. It won't break unless you do something stupid with it, like throw it.

What I don't like:
Grip is slippery, could benefit from an aggressive checkering job like most G10 gun grips

What comes in the box:
Kydex sheath with great retention

What's it for:
What ISN'T it for?

Where's it made:
'merica.
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