King Cutlery Black TAC from Ontario Knife Company

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posted on October 10, 2012
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The King Cutlery Black TAC was designed to be a durable and highly functional folder for those requiring a dependable blade while enjoying the great outdoors.

The King Cutlery Black TAC is a rugged folder thatʼs all business without the frill. The blade is constructed from 440 stainless steel and features a drop-point design with serrations on the rear half of the blade. The drop point is well suited to many tasks and invaluable to hunters when field-dressing game. The serrations are a great touch and the quickest, and safest, way to cut through paracord, rope and small-gauge wire with a knife. The King Cutlery Black TAC also features a proven liner-lock design to ensure the blade won't collapse during cutting, slashing or chopping operations.

When deciding on a handle for the King Cutlery Black TAC, the Ontario Knife Company elected to use a simple, yet versatile material. The King Cutlery Black TAC is constructed with a lightweight, textured aluminum handle providing the necessary strength and comfort required in an all-around knife without adding any unnecessary weight.

It seems that sportsmen often need three hands to get a job done; understanding this fact, the King Cutlery Black TAC sports dual thumb studs for easy one-handed (ambidextrous) opening. Another great feature is the four-way clip, which ensures a secure hold and easy access when needed.

The King Cutlery Black TAC features a tactical black coating over a .138-inch-wide blade. Overall, the King Cutlery Black TAC stretches 8.15 inches with the blade accounting for 3.53 inches.

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