Glock Perfection OEM Fixed Straight Blade Field Knife With Root Saw Polymer Handle and Sheath
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- Overall Length: 11 2/5"
- Blade Length: 6 1/2"
- Blade Style: Clip Point
- Handle Material: Molded Polymer
- Molded Polymer Sheath Included
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This saw back survival knife is a perfect addition to any tool kit, field pack or belt. Developed in close cooperation with Austrian Army Rangers, the no-nonsense GLOCK knife features a tough 6 1/2 inch carbon steel clip point blade and molded polymer hilt, tough enough to break windows or cut through the toughest tree limb, yet perfectly balanced for appropriate conditions. The one-piece polymer sheath is ideal for keeping the 3/16 inch blade protected. The set includes an integral retention system to keep your GLOCK knife secure during times of extreme activity.
Color: Battlefield Green
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Except for the change in Glock's trademark "G" this knife is identical in quality to the one purchased 25 years ago.
Pictured is my black handled old model and today's green handle.
Buy this blade with trust youI'll never need another field knife.
The two reasons I did not give this knife five stars: 1. I can not remove the cap at the base of the handle without marring either the handle itself or the cap. 2.The grind of the cutting edge is asymmetrical.
With that said, I would recommend this knife. Great value for the dollar, great ease of use (except for the cap), and high quality of construction.
The cons: 1: A blade sharpening flaw where the straight edge meets the curve.
2: The retention mechanism is a pain. I used a razor blade to cut away part of the retention clip so that I could pull the knife out without having to use my thumb to hold it open. It still hold the knife in securely.
3: The saw on the back isn't the best but it works. You can push on it with the back of your hand without any discomfort.
Mine had some minor cosmetic damage to the paint job on the blade--really of no consequence if you're planning on actually *using* your survival knife instead of just admiring it. It could have been sharper, but it was pretty sharp out of the box (unlike my latest Cold Steel knife, which was duller than some of my butter knives--no exaggeration!) so I can't complain too much.
The sheath is awesome, clipping the knife securely into place, and easily clipping onto a belt without forcing you to remove the belt first to slide it through the sheath's belt loop. I wish the clip release had a more ergonomic design to allow me to more easily press it with a thumb to remove the blade, but this is a pretty small problem in the scheme of things. The belt "clip" (not exactly a clip--you'd have to see it to see what I mean) allows you to lock it on so it can't fall off of your belt. (It's not very likely to fall off anyway, even if you're upside-down, but if you want the extra assurance, you can get it.) The locking and unlocking is a little difficult, and I feel unnecessarily so. I'd love it if that were improved.
All of these problems are pretty small in light of both the quality and price of the knife. This, hands-down, appears so far to be the best value and most versatile knife I've ever owned. (If I discover otherwise, I'll update my review.)
I'm happy with it for the money. Honestly, I keep a Gerber LMF-2 as my camping daily carry and I keep the Glock knife in my truck because the Gerber is more stout and solid. Seems better to me, but it should because it's 3 times the money. As I said, the Glock knife is fine for the money but I sure love their guns!
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