|Manufacturer||Ontario Knife Company|
|Item Weight||4.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||8848|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Warranty Description||Manufacturer Warranty|
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Ontario Knife Company 8848 Rat I Folding Knife - EDC Knife (Black)
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Ontario Knife Company
In 2002, the Ontario Knife Company entered into an exclusive collaboration with Randall's Adventure and Training Team (RAT). Randall's Adventure and Training (RAT) is a professional survival training, expedition guiding, and outdoor gear research team based in Alabama, with operations in Latin America. RAT is a legal U.S. representative of the Peruvian Air Force school of jungle survival.
The RAT team, formed by Jeff Randall and Mike Perrin, is considered a leading authority in the research, testing, and design of remote adventure and survival gear. RAT and the Ontario Knife Company have partnered up to produce a series of knives for hard-core adventurers, civilians, and professional soldiers around the world. RAT knives have served in Afghanistan, Iraq, and many non-publicized conflicts around the globe.
Built to be versatile and durable, the RAT series features either high carbon or alloy carbon steel, tough micarta handles, and MOLLE compatible sheathes. The RATs make ideal fixed blade "every day carry (EDC)" or for use on the worksite, campground, or downrange.
The RAT folders come equipped with a blade made of reliable AUS-8 Stainless Steel as well as a textured Nylon-6 handle for a firm, secure grip.
RAT folders are known for quick and easy access with the convenient and removable pocket clip along with a thumb stud flipper, making it ideal for everyday carry
The RAT folders liner lock offers a secure open position on the RAT folder along with a textured nylon handle for a tight grip
The RAT Folder knife was originally a collaboration folding knife (Jeff Randall - Randall's Adventure Training)
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The Ontario RAT Model 1 folding knives feature an open post construction for easy cleaning. The ergonomic nylon handles and spine jimping create a great design with great control. This knife is complete with a 4-way position pocket clip and lanyard hole for a choice of carry options. Situated in New York State's scenic Southern Tier, Ontario Knife Company produces one of the most comprehensive, wide-ranging product lines in the cutlery industry today. While being a worldwide supplier, the Ontario Knife Company is also a major supplier to the U.S. Government and its military. Ontario has built its reputation on a heritage of uncompromising craftsmanship, quality materials and components, and a steadfast commitment to its workforce. Liner Lock locking mechanism. Thumbstud for easy one-handed opening. Satin finished, flat ground blade. Blade has a hardness of 55-56 HCR. Includes four-position pocket clip. Features: - 4-way clip position for - Open post construction for easy cleaning - AUS-8 blade steel - Full flat grind - Lanyard hole - Ergonomic nylon 6 handles. Specifications: - Edge Type: Plain - Lock Type: Liner Lock - Deployment Mechanism: Thumbstud - Pocket Clip Configurations: Tip Down and Up, Left and Right Handed - Hardness: 55-56 HRC - Overall Length: 8.5" - Closed Length: 5" - Weight: 5 oz - Blade Length: 3.5" - Blade Material: AUS-8 - Blade Grind: Flat - Blade Angle: 35 Degrees - Blade Thickness: 0.12" - Blade Color: Satin - Blade Finish: Satin - Handle Color: Black - Handle Material: Nylon 6 - Handle Thickness: 0.52"
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