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LAST DITCH KNIFE

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With an overall profile about the size of a credit card, this knife can be concealed just about anywhere. Pin it under a tactical vest strap, carry it in your wallet or lash it down with your boot laces. This backup knife is intended to be readily available as your "Last Ditch" attempt at defense when all other weapons have been removed. Sold with a hard plastic friction sheath and black cord.
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ITEM: 1478BP

LAST DITCH KNIFE

(8)
With an overall profile about the size of a credit card, this knife can be concealed just about anywhere. Pin it under a tactical vest strap, carry it in your wallet or lash it down with your boot laces. This backup knife is intended to be readily available as your "Last Ditch" attempt at defense when all other weapons have been removed. Sold with a hard plastic friction sheath and black cord.

Handle Color: Black

$19.41
Sheath Included In Stock
Sheath Included: 1478S
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      • Weight
      • 0.15 lb
      • Blade Type
      • Fixed Blade
      • Edge Angles
      • 18 Degrees
      • Shape
      • Drop Point
      • Tang Stamp
      • KA-BAR/TDI
      • Knife Material
      • 9Cr18 Stainless Steel
      • Grind
      • Flat
      • Handle Material
      • 9Cr18 Stainless Steel
      • Rockwell Hardness
      • 58-59CR
      • Knife Manufactured In
      • Taiwan
      • Sheath Manufactured In
      • Taiwan
      • Blade Thickness
      • 0.078 inches
      • Blade Width
      • 0.78 inches
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    • John Benner

      Only a 33-year veteran police Lieutenant could truly understand what makes a knife effective for close-quarters defense. While serving as President and Chief Instructor of Tactical Defense Institute, John Benner saw time and time again what he already believed to be true from first-hand experience: In a conflict, fine motor skills deteriorate and gross motor skills are most effective for fending off assailants. Benner then set out to design a low-profile fixed blade knife for law enforcement, military and security personnel that could be drawn quickly and efficiently in times of duress. After more than a year of prototype samples and in-field testing, the Benner-approved TDI knife was put into production. The same basic principles that founded that first knife were incorporated into all future TDI models, which now complete an expansive line of tactical knives.

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