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Ontario Ranger RD Tanto - Cuchillo de hoja fija

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  • RN9468BM Survival Ontario Knife guardabosques RD Tanto Acero Militar 5160
  • Survival Ontario Knife guardabosques
  • 31,11cm general 17.78cm longitud de la hoja fija
  • 5160 acero tipo cuchilla hoja del tanto
  • uno incorporado
  • únicos almohadillas pieza plana de la hoja mango
  • espesor 6,35 mm Micarta - Guardia caja de acero Molle
  • Hecho en EE.UU. Prohibida - 18 años

Advertencia: prohibida su venta a menores de 18 años.

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Ontario cuchillo Ranger Rd. medición de 30,6 cm en total. Hoja de acero al carbono de 5160 18 cm con la capa negra. Full tang, Tang con ranura del acollador y palanquín. Manejar escalas verdes oscuros en micarta. Funda de nylon con MOLLE compatible.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Thick and pointy. 18 de julio de 2016
Por Leon48 - Publicado en
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This is a substantial knife which while clearly suited for military applications will also serve as dependable survival tool. Functionally sharp out of the box and with a goo0d sized choil and very little gimping it can be put to use for somewhat finer tasks than its size would suggest but this a heavy knife and not suitable for normal bushcraft applications. Comfortable in my medium sized hands its" little teapot" (short and stout) handle could be problematic for big mitted users. The sheath, while Ontario generic, is ambidextrous and hold the blade in place with metal snaps and offers paracord eyelets for extra security should it be needed. For most survival-camp purposes it is unlikely that a larger knife will be needed but bring along a Mora.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One to count on 9 de agosto de 2016
Por remoteuser - Publicado en
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Thick steel, very heavy, steel very tough, the handle appears close to unbreakable. Great knife that appears to be one that would never ever let you down. Like other reviewers I find the case wanting. Two long and too bulky. I'd much prefer a shorter plastic case such as used by Cold Steel fixed blades.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great knife! 9 de julio de 2016
Por Pete Cham - Publicado en
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Tanto point, razor sharp, 1/4 inch thick, hefty handle, decent sheath. Great knife !!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Heavy Duty 26 de abril de 2013
Por R. Metts - Publicado en
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This knife is clearly meant for heavy duty, what with it's 1/4" thickness, almost all the way to the tip. That said, it also came with a nice edge to it, allowing for non-heavy duty, simple cutting tasks. I love a tanto-style blade, and if you want a knife that can take a beating such as lots of baton work, hacking, slashing, whatever....and still be assured of more-than-adequate penetration on a thrust - I think you would be hard-pressed to find a better product at this price. I'm sure somebody makes a $200-$300 or more expensive product that is just a world-beater of epic proportions, but I am not the kind of person to pay that kind of money for a knife. This one cost me $76, I see now that the cost is about $86 and I still would buy it at that price. If you ask me, it's a $130-$150 knife and the price Amazon has it for is good. If it ever dips below the $70 range, my advice is buy TWO of them. You will not regret it.

All gushing aside, do I think this is perfect for hacking and/or slashing? No. It's not a light knife by most standards, but it's not heavy enough to be an encumbrance unless you are worried about anything over 10 ounces. What I'm saying is that if you are capable of hacking or slashing and have a need to do so, the knife won't let you down if you have it sharpened well enough to get the job done. Personally, this is better accomplished by the Ontario SP10 Raider Bowie, which I also own, due to it's longer blade. But that's just me.

The Ranger RD Tanto is a wonderful tool, very robust, plenty sharp, tough as boiled leather. Works as well as a wood splitter as it does a pry bar, will cut man or animal without a moment's hesitancy. Can't ask for much more.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas with very nice grind lines 18 de octubre de 2014
Por BigDave69 - Publicado en
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Well , my first words upon opening the Ontario RD Tanto were , OMG !!! Followed closely by Holy S- - t !!! ( ; Every word said in the other reviews I read is 100 % true ! This knife isn't just a beast , it's a bada - - , monster beast ! The knife came shaving sharp , with very nice grind lines , the gray micarta handle slabs are well shaped for a very comfortable grip , the black blade coating is very nicely , and evenly applied , and the lettering , on both sides of the blade , is very nicely done , clear , and perfectly ledgible . As for the blade itself , I can only say that I think of it as 7 inches of full tang , 1/4 inch thick ( almost the whole length ) , very pointy , razor sharp , beautiful , confidence inspiring , awesomeness ! Is it heavy ? Well it's certainly " heavy-ish " , but , as others have stated , in a survival situation , you want something like this with you ! I reckon this knife would serve as everything from a hatchet , to a hammer , to a pry bar , to a fillet knife , and , pretty much , everything in between ! If I could have only one tool with me , I feel this would be an excellent choice ! As for the sheath , while it certainly is adequate , and , I might add , very nicely made , of quality materials , it is far too LARGE ! I am already checking on a custom kydex sheath for it . So , OK , there are much more expensive knives out there , but I honestly don't think you're gonna find a better survival knife , especially when you can buy this , right now , for under 80 bucks , with free shipping ! This is my first Ontario fixed blade , and given the quality , and practicality of this knife , for the money , I am really impressed ! Highly recommended !