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KA-BAR Knives

We wouldn't tell you to buy a KA-BAR knife because of its military heritage or because it's a legend in the world of knives.

We wouldn't tell you to buy a KA-BAR because it comes from an American company with more than a century of knife-making experience.

And we wouldn't tell you to buy a KA-BAR knife because of its resistance to corrosion, tested strength, unmatched edge-holding ability and out-of-the-box razor sharp blade.

Because there's only one real reason to buy a KA-BAR.

When it comes down to it and you're all alone and your survival depends on a knife, you're going to want a knife you can trust. A knife that won't fail you. A knife that has proven itself time and time again.

You're going to want a KA-BAR.

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What Owners Say

He never considered himself a hero and he never liked talking about it, but Clarence Harding Garrett, born in Town Creek, Alabama, achieved a level of success on many fields during his lifetime, including the battlefield.

Born Jan. 5, 1923 to James & Ruth Garrett, he joined the Marines at the age of 20 in April of 1943. He became a member of the 3rd Platoon, Company E (Easy Co.), 2nd Battalion, 28th Marines, 5th Marine Division.

On the battlefield, Pfc. Garrett was in the Assault Squad, wounded twice in the battle of Iwo Jima. His was the most decorated platoon for a singl…

Cynthia Garrett Clark