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Ontario Knife OKC Rat Ii Sp-Black Folding Knife, 7Inches
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|Brand||Ontario Knife Company|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||7 x 0.1 x 1.1 inches|
|Item Weight||0.2 Pounds|
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel|
|Blade Shape||Drop Point|
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- secure: the ambidextrous handle features textured black nylon 6 scales with an open-built steel linerlock frame
- comfortable: the rat-2 knife is a handheld size designed for comfort and performance making it ideal for everyday carry
- dependable: quick and easy access with dual thumb studs and a 4-way reversible pocket clip
- "durable: the rat-2 comes equipped with a 3" plain edge blade made of reliable aus-8 stainless steel as well as a textured nylon handle"
- "convenient size: the 4. 1" closed length handheld size is ideal for every day carry and fits in the hand and pocket comfortably"
- unique: features an off-set blade from the handle, which creates a unique look rarely seen in knives and distinguishes it from the rest
- "dimensions: blade thickness: 0. 095"; blade grind: full flat taper; blade finish: satin; blade color: silver; blade material: aus-8 stainless steel; blade length: 3", closed length: 4. 1" (10. 4 cm); weight: 2. 8 oz."
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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)
The Rat-2 Sp features a black handle and 3 inch satin finished full flat tapered, Plain edge blade. Overall length is 7 inches with a black handle made from nylon 6. The pocket clip configurations tips down and up. The rat folders are a great and affordable every day carry.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 7 x 0.1 x 1.1 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Item model number : 8860
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : February 6, 2013
- Manufacturer : Ontario Knife Company
- ASIN : B00BBPAOCW
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#8,436 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #7 in Folding Hunting Knives
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Top reviews from the United States
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-very well made blade of pretty decent steel for the price
-very useful blade shape with a great grind from factory.
-excellent grip considering the uses for a small folder
-no problems with the factory condition.
-for the money this is one of the best knives I've ever owned.
After reading all the positive reviews for this knife all over the internet I recently decided to buy one and try it out. I usually carry an assisted opening knife but I wanted a carry knife option that wasn't assisted in case I found myself in a location that it was illegal to carry an assisted blade. If you just want to know my opinion and be off then know this is a very nice blade for the money. You could buy 4 or 5 of these things for the price of many other comparable knives. Based on quality this knife would still be a good option if it were 3 times more expensive then it is.
The knife was a little smaller than I expected but I have a feeling that's just because I've been carrying a Sog Trident for a few years which is a larger knife and I'm used to it by now. The knife was in great shape when it arrived and there was a coating of oil on the blade. The aus8 steel was very sharp and nicely ground. There were no chips, knicks, scratches, etc from the factory. I haven't had any reason to open it up and look at the internals but I'm sure they are about the quality you'd expect in a high quality value knife.
The jimping is excellent. It is very easy to get a good grasp on the knife despite being fairly compact. The handle is a little smooth and if I had a complaint that might be it. However with the jimping and the little finger groove for your index finger I have no fear of being able to hang on to it. The Rat 2 is fairly compact so I wouldn't expect to be doing anything incredibly tough with it anyway. It might be more of a noticable flaw with the larger Rat 1 but I will probably be buying the larger Rat in the future anyway. If it's the same quality of its smaller brother I'm sure it's worth it to have both.
I haven't had to sharpen the blade yet but it's Aus8 steel. In use I haven't noticed any flaws with the heat treatment so I'm going to go ahead and assume it's a quality tempered Aus8 blade that acts like aus8 should. Fairly tough stuff that's not too difficult to keep sharp. It doesn't chip easily and it should last as long as you want it. I really like the blade shape surprisingly. It's a very useful sweep that kind of reminds me of a kitchen knife but that makes it very utilitarian. It has a strong tip too so I'm not very worried about it breaking. I have a kershaw leek I sometimes carry but I've never liked the fragile blade shape with those. This doesn't seem like a knife you'd have to worry about.
As I've said all throughout this review, I really like the knife. It isn't the greatest knife ever made. It isn't even the nicest I currently own. However for the price you pay it is excellent quality. There's really nothing wrong with it. The blade is a high quality (mid grade) steel, the ergonomics are good, and the value is exceptional. I like the design and I think it works exactly how it was intended. I recommend the knife to anyone that wants something to carry and use. You probably wont impress a knife snob carrying it, but it will do its job just as well as whatever benchmade or overpriced 300$ knife they tell you you should have bought. And when they lose their knife and cry themselves to sleep you can revel in the fact that you could loose 8 of these and still not have lost as much money as them.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 15, 2020
It wasn't in stock when I ordered it and I had to wait a good while for it to come, but it was totally worth it. I'd previously saw a good number of video reviews on it, all saying great things. It has a lovely smooth action and a nice feeling grip. They both just feel right and make the knife a joy to use. The blade is sharp and cuts things well, as you'd expect.
It's a little more expensive than buying it in it's native country, however in the UK most folding knives are. Amazon had the best price I could find at the time.
It's blade is razor sharp, well centered and the whole knife is superbly built with very close tolerances.
I had purchased a more expensive spyderco knife that I sent back as I was unhappy with the finish.
When this one turned up I was amazed just how much better built it is.
The crowning glory is its one hand opening, it's beautiful. It opens easily with a flick of the thumb and locks up solid with zero play in any direction.