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    Cold Steel Counter TAC I Fixed Blade Knife

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    Product Description

    The Cold Steel Counter TAC I Fixed Blade Knife was designed with this simple philosophy in mind - good design never goes out of style. The full tang blades are made from beautifully polished AUS 8A Stainless steel that’s vacuum heat treated, and sub zero quenched for strength. They are hollow ground and end in a sturdy but needle sharp point that’s ideal for effortless penetration, and of course the edge is razor sharp. The ergonomic design of the Kraton grip is comfortable and adaptable and the deeply textured surface and double guard will insure that the knife is not likely to slip from your hand under any circumstances. Finally, each Counter TAC is shipped with a state of the art Secure-Ex sheath, complete with a removable boot/belt clip and lashing slots so you can carry or conceal it just about anywhere.

    It’s been observed that fashion is fleeting. What’s in now will soon be out of style. The knife industry, like any other, is subject to the same winds of political correctness and notions of popular taste. At Cold Steel, they try to stay abreast of the currents of change, but we also recognize that good design never goes out of style.


    • Blade: 5 inches
    • Overall: 9 1/2 inches
    • Weight: 5.1 ounces
    • Thickness: 5mm
    • Steel: AUS 8A
    • Sheath: Secure-Ex

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