Ontario Spec Plus Marine Raider Bowie
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- The SP10, Marine Raider Bowie Knife is 15.125-Inch in overall length.
- The 9.75-Inch blade is full tang 1095 Carbon Steel (.250-Inch thick) with an epoxy powder coating
- The SP10 Marine Raider Bowie knife features a comfortable Kraton handle with a secure grip
- The SP10 Marine Raider Bowie Knife comes with a cordura sheath
- The Ontario Spec Plus 10 (SP10) Marine Raider Bowie is made in the USA, Limited Lifetime Warranty
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The SP10 marine Raider made by Ontario knife is part of the spec plus next generation Series designed for military, sporting, and rescue use. 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. Epoxy textured and powder coated black steel blades. Full tang Bowie style blades are hardened to 57-59 HRc. Kraton handle resists the elements and has finger grooves for a secure grip. Piped lanyard hole in handle. Includes leather cordura sheath.
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On the advice from someone on bladeforums I went to check out the knife at Bass Pro. The one they had had a worse edge than mine.The guy there said he could sharpen mine for $3 (a good deal) but when I took mine in he said he couldn't do better than what I'd done.
This is a really nice blade but be aware that it may need some serious work out of the box.
I was looking at some of the other Ontario SP series knives but I may just stick with my Ka Bars
Well I'm finding myself going full circle on my search for the best camp and field knife. I have bought and sold quite a few knives since my initial review, but still have this one. I still can't say enough good things about this knife. It's certainly not perfect and the balance can be odd at times, but it really does a lot of tasks quite well. I'm starting to question why I bought all the esee knives hyped up by the bushcraft and tactical crowd? These spec ops series knives flat out work. They are just tough and no frills working man knives. I also love the fact they are carbon steel and made in the USA. I love my Junglas, but for 50-60 bucks this can do just about everything as well and continues to take a pounding. I have even grown fond of the stock sheath and it actually works really well on your belt. I still have mixed feelings on the grips, but can't really complain. They will give you blisters when extended chopping, but so does the stock Junglas grip. Where these grips shine is when cleaning fish or getting your hands covered in blood, water etc. they are also easy to clean off. If you haven't bought one of these, I highly recommend giving it a shot. If nothing else, it will help you determine the features you like on large knives and the ones you don't. I like it so much that im giving an sp1 a shot soon and I may get another one of these 10's too!
Great knife. Prefer it to my bk2 which was my go to for a long time. I recently chopped up some hard wood and batoned with both while messing around in the mountains and really loved how the Bowie performed. I made it a point to baton on the clip point too. I know both are completely different knives, but this one just seems more useful. I also purchased an sp53 based on my love of this knife. The 53 chops better and batons better, but for the money I'd go with this in a heartbeat. Unlike other reviews I actually love the guard on it. I'm a marine and not a full time bushcrafter, so this feature seems very valuable for both protection when working in the woods and combat applications. The only negative I can give to any SP knife might be the handle. I have relatively rough hands from working on heavy equipment for a living and all of the SPs still give me hot spots and blisters when chopping. On the positive side it's very grippy, so I'll just wear gloves! I wasn't crazy about the sheath at first but it actually works very well. The sp53 sheath fits this also if you want a more traditional outfitter type sheath and you can order the sheath directly from Ontario if desired. Overall, for 55 bucks this knife gives you a lot of bang for the buck and it's extremely tough. You won't be disappointed.
A great tactical survival knife.