When buying a tactical or military knife there are certain aspects to look for in order to get exactly you what you want.
Tactical knives have a very broad definition. In the past, they were mainly developed for the military. But since there are no trench wars anymore, the term got used in many branches. A tactical knife should be usable as a combat knife, then as a multi-tool that you need during a camping trip, or even when doing home improvements. So a high-quality knife is supposed to act as a military style multi-tool capable of doing most of the tasks you want it to complete.
Be aware that a tactical knife is not a survival or outdoor one. If you are looking for outdoor, camping or survival knives you can check out our outdoor/survival knife reviews by clicking on this red writing
First is size. At this aspect, for general use and carry a folding knife with an overall length of 8-9 inches may be the best pick. But here details come in and you might need to look at certain aspects of your activity to see whether a giant folding knife, a humongous fixed blade knife, or maybe a moderate one suits the job best.
Then as said before is the fixed blade or folder aspect. Some people love fixed blades and some folders. Generally, a fixed blade one is much faster and inherently stronger than a folding one, but a folder is more carry-on friendly. So it comes down to your specific usage. Are you an army door kicker? Then you should probably carry a strong fixed blade knife. Are you a cop? Well, a small fixed blade one may be a good pick too, but you will surely need a folding one in your back pocket.
Other aspects include:
There are many types of locks. Liner locks, axis locks, lock backs etc. Good knives have good locks and cheap knives obviously have crappy locks. But remember, the lock that never breaks is like the man who never gets old. It doesn’t exist. So if you expect to get a life-long knife, although it’s not going to happen, you are closer to achieve it with a fixed blade one.
Personal preference comes in when speaking of design. We recommend getting one that you really love its looks and feel, this way you will be happier with your choice.
It is pretty easy to choose an ergonomic tactical knife. It must fit well in your hand. There must be no uncomfortable points, sharp corners or unnatural feel to the handle.
As in any other domain, a known brand is not a bad one. People tend to buy only quality stuff, so a reputable brand will surely deliver quality products.
We covered several sections that incorporate the idea of tactical and picked some of (in which our opinion) are the best knives for every kind of activity from Special Ops knives to survival and EDC knives to be sure that you find one that suits you best.
1. Best buy tactical knife
The KA-BAR is the most famous fixed blade knife in the world. It was first designed for US troops during World War 2 and now after almost a century is still one of the best military knives on the market.
It is made in the USA after the original pattern (almost identical to the one carried on by US army through WW2, Korea, and Vietnam), using 1095 Cro-Van steel so quality is not a concern. It has a weight of 0.7 lb, an HRC of 56-58 which is the steel’s relative toughness. There is a whole science based on steel, what is alloyed with and how it’s heat treated. If you really are into these technical details you will know what the HRC is all about, if not you only need to know that higher means more hardened and the steel from which the KA-BAR is made from is pretty tough and quality manufactured.
Other features include a blade thickness of 0.165 inches, a butt cap that is made of powdered metal, and the handle material which is made of genuine leather. The leather sheath provides an excellent grip and great balance. The shape of the blade is perfect and extremely well done and will provide clean cuts on whatever material.
Sure some may look for a fancy, expensive tactical knife with more modern features but if you want a cheap, quality knife that will do the job very well in every situation, the KA-BAR might just be the perfect pick as your next tactical knife.
2. Best all around tactical knife
Gerber’s motto for their knives is „strong as hell”. They have some of the most legendary blades ever, due to their experience of almost a century. In 1939, Gerber started out as a small batch of handmade cutlery sets for holiday gifts. By 1960, Gerber had quickly become one of the most trusted and appreciated names in knives all over the world.
Also designed and engineered in the USA, specifically in Portland, Oregon, the Silver Trident is a symbol of America’s top Special Ops personnel. It has a hybrid grip design with an advanced handle made of 2 versions of the material Hytrel, that is resistant to heat, UV light, and basically any bad treatment it has to endure.
Speaking of technical details it has a 6-inch stainless steel double-serration fixed blade, a weight of 1.4 pounds, the blade has been heat-treated to achieve a hardness rating (HRC) of 59-61. That means you get great flexibility and strength in one place. The blade measures 6.18 inches and the overall length is 11.22 inches. That combined with the small weight makes a very easy to carry and reliable knife.
Speaking of feels, grip and general details it has an excellent weight and balance, awesome grip on the handle, it retains edge very well, the blade is made of high-quality stainless steel, it comes sharp out of the box and coated to protect the blade, and last but not least Gerber provides great warranty service if you will ever going to have problems with your blade.
Please bear in mind that you have to be at least 18 years old to buy this particular knife and some states don’t even allow shipment of cutlery, so before getting into trouble consider informing yourself of the legal requirements to buy this knife.
Overall this is one of the best knives on the market at the price, considering that it offers many features that are hard to find even at a $200+ one. If this sounds like what you are looking for, go on, make the purchase with confidence. You won’t be disappointed.
3. Best fixed blade knife
Probably one of the best tactical knives on the market, the CRKT 2210 Hammond is a multi-purpose knife for professional use.
It has a 14.13 inches overall length, a black finish partially serrated 01 steel blade with an HRC of 58, a black nylon sheath with glass fiber, a weight of 15.2 ounces and a blade thickness of 0.25 inches.
The 2210 Hammond is an extremely robust and flexible knife. It fits very well in the hand due to the nylon sheath with glass fiber. Worth mentioning is that the blade is capable of taking loads of over 150 kg very easily without breaking. So for extreme usage, this knife can take high amounts of pressure and force without gritting.
Also, take care that when considering a knife of this magnitude and price, the number of fakes on the market becomes a serious problem. We recommend you only buy from trustworthy sites to minimize the risks. And don’t forget about the legal requirements to own one. It can be a real problem if you order/own one and don’t know the law. Nobody wants the federal police at their doors so be careful.
The best performer for a tactical knife, the 2210 Hammond is a must if you are a professional seeking for the best knife to get your job done. You may pay a bigger price but it is worth every buck for sure. You will thank us later.
4. Best self-defense knives
At a weight of 5.6 ounces and an overall length of 7.75 inches the Zero Tolerance ZT0350TS folding knife is a sturdy folding blade cutting tool made in the USA. Have you ever seen a bad tool or product that is made in the USA? Me neither. I don’t say that everything that is manufactured in the states is perfect but it can be a good quality indicator.
It features a high-quality S30V stainless steel blade with a tungsten DLC coating, a 3D machined G-10 matte black handle for good grip and added comfort, a blade length of 3.25 inches and a comprehensive feel and look.
Other features include:
- Very sharp blade right out of the box protected against corrosion and other bad treatments
- Belt clip unit with aluminum inserts that push right out with your fingers
- Great ergonomics
- Small and lightweight design, perfect for stealthy situations
- Being a folder you can easily carry it with you for self-defense.
This is a straightforward combat folder knife. It has an easy to pull form factor, a lightweight build, and can be deployed quickly making it a very good pick as your next self-defense knife. At the price it is a great choice, considering that your life is worth the money.
The first bowie knife was created by James Black in the early 19th century for Jim Bowie, from which the knife’s name comes. Since its first appearance at a duel known as the Sandbar Fight, the Bowie knife has come to represent many knives. Basically, now the term Bowie refers to any large sheath knife with a crossguard and a clip point.
A long favorite among savvy users around the world, the Street Bowie incorporates most of the original version with some tweaks and perks that make the experience so much better. It boasts a flat-ground VG-10 stainless steel blade with a durable black ceramic coating, a straight clip point that centers the tip on the knife’s centerline for the best control and an injection molded polymer sheath which has a high retention while still providing great grip.
Since Spyderco is a company that not just manufactures knives but also innovates, the Spyderco Street Bowie includes many of their technologies like:
- The versatile G-Clip attachment which supports both belt and clip style carry, making it incredibly easy to carry around.
- A non-reflective titanium carbonitride coated blade made on the demand of several military customers that needed a more resistant, reliable and sharp blade to fulfill their tasks.
The current Spyderco Street Bowie is basically a redesign of the older FB04 which was made in collaboration with Fred Perrin, a former French Army Commando. It became better and better as time passed, to become this versatile, high-quality knife that everybody loves. We think you will love it too.
5. Best EDC Knife
Do you want a good everyday knife to get your job done no matter what? Well, the Kershaw is a great pick. Shortly it features one of the fastest and safest openers on a folding knife at the price, a quality Sandvik 14C28N with a DLC coating and partial scallop serration blade, an anodized aluminum sheath with trac-tec inserts and a tip up or tip down pocket clip.
Generally speaking, an EDC knife should be mainly an easy to carry one, so that you will always have it with you like your phone. The Kershaw is perfect at this aspect having a weight of 4 ounces and a closed length of only 4.5 inches, perfect for hiding it in your back pocket every now and then. But a good EDC knife is not just carry-friendly. It should be capable of doing everyday tasks and even emergency situations that call for such a knife. Frankly, the Kershaw is good enough at most of the tasks, due to the great combination of features Kershaw took care to assemble in this knife:
- The razor sharp blade is not just with the name, it is for real. You really need to be cautious when using this knife because only a gentle touch to the blade is enough to make the blood pour out of your limbs.
- The SpeedSafe Assisted Opening as said, in the beginning, is a fast system to help you be ready even when the environment is moving lightning fast.
- The small serrations on the end side of the blade offer great convenience when cutting a rope or a strong thread.
- A great thing to have with you that might save your life one day is the small glass breaker on the back of the knife that has a very small surface of contact which along with a high pushing force breaks most glass types, even reinforced car glass.
We highly recommend this knife for everyday use. If you consider it has what it takes, you can make yourself a really nice present with the Kershaw Black Blur Glassbreaker Folding Knife.
6. Best tactical folding knife
This knife is not for everyone for sure. Unlike other knives this one doesn’t even look as an ordinary tactical knife from the beginning. It has a premium look and feel that many other brands envy and is made with incredibly durable materials that will ensure it’s high resistance and reliability over time.
It has a 154 CM steel blade with a nice black finish, a G10 handle with an amazing grip and feel, actually, it has some of the best ergonomics compared to other folder knives. It also features pin locks to secure the knife into a fixed blade. Guess you haven’t seen these features on other cheaper folding knives so often, is it?
As speaking of feels, it is a bit bulky which means that is not going to be your typical pocket folding knife, but since it behaves very well in both states, this shouldn’t be a problem. As you would’ve expected, like the previous Columbia River Knives and Tools this knife is manufactured in with extreme care and responsibility by knife experts to ensure that you get the best of the best.
Considering the price tag and all it’s best features, this is a truly unique and professional folding knife. All the perks and features make the experience so much better, and can give you a great advantage in places where other knives might stumble. Do you want the best from both worlds(folding and fixed blade)? Or maybe the best for the money? Or maybe the most unique one? Well, the Benchmade BKC Bedlam Axis Folding Knife covers all of them and is the best choice.
7. Best rescue knife
The Cold Steel Recon 1 ComboEdge is similar to its brother Spear Point Plain Edge. Since they are from the same series, there are a lot of similarities, but also a lot of important details that makes it suitable for rescue and emergency situations.
The blade on this knife is very special and is worth saying a few words about it. Firstly it is a vacuum heat-treated stainless steel blade with a tough PTFE finish that helps it resist rust and eliminates glare, a thing you will surely need when rescuing someone because you don’t want annoying light reflections that make you go blind while somebody’s life stands in your hands. It measures 4 inches and has some perfectly crafted small serrations that help a lot when you need to cut a rope or a hardened thread, a situation you will surely find yourself in, on a rescue mission or emergency.
The handle has G-10 laminated scales which are contoured and scalloped to produce a fine nonslip grip and great ergonomics. It is thin, extremely sharp and incredibly, though, being capable of aiding you on your next mission.
I forgot to mention that the blade has a superior lubricant which causes the blade to slip through even though materials by minimizing friction. This means deep cuts are not a problem for this knife.
But when you have such a tough blade, problems like the resistance of the lock come in that can really ruin your day. Cold Steel had this in mind when they manufactured this knife and they used a revolutionary Tri-Ad lock which practically precludes lock failure.
Excellent grip and ergonomics along with a high-quality blade and an almost indestructible lock system make the Cold Steel Recon 1 ComboEdge a perfect companion for your next rescuing missions and for a small amount of money, one day, it will probably save someone’s live.
8. Best Survival Knives
SOG Specialty Knives & Tools E37SN-CP Seal Pup Elite Knife with Straight Edge Fixed 4.85-Inch Steel Blade and GRN Handle, Black TiNi Finish
SOG is well known for delivering great quality knives and tools for many experts around the world. Their tools are proven to be well made by the US law enforcement and the US Special Forces that used SOG products for decades.
The SOG Seal Pup Elite Knife 4.85 fixed blade is a great tactical knife for the demanding specialist. It features a racy new blade shape, deep finger grooves, a high-quality straight edge fixed 4.85-inch AUS-8 steel blade, a black handle that is made of glass-reinforced nylon that has a surprisingly good grip and has a belt loop attachment for ease of carry.
It comes with a blade that is cryogenically heat treated to ensure toughness and wear resistance. The process consists in taking the knife slowly down in temperatures of less than -300F and then back to room temperature. The stress relieves the material on an atomic level, offering an increased overall strength.
Other specifications include a blade length of 4.85 by 0.185 inches, an overall length of 9.5 inches, a weight of 5.4 ounces, an HRC of 57-58, a hard case black TiNi finish and of course good looks and design.
It also comes with a limited lifetime warranty which is great considering that even more expensive ones don’t offer this advantage. It is durable, great looking, has good ergonomics, cutting-edge blade, all for a great price. We definitely recommend this knife.
Also a folding knife, latin for „protect” or „shield” the Benchmade Contego ComboEdge is built with toughness and durability and is a perfect pick as your next survival knife. We said it before and we say it now again. You will probably be better off with a fixed blade knife in any situation that requires endurance and resistance, but Benchmade did such a great job with this knife that we had to nominate it as one of the best survival knives. Here is why.
First, it is big, has a bold look and an aggressive handling. The 4-inch blade is best characterized by the words big and bold. It’s made of CPM-M4 steel with gray or black Cerakote, it has a blade thickness of 0.156 inches, pretty thin compared to other knives, which means that you will get a hell of a sharp blade with which you can cut anything from hardened ropes (with some help from the serrations at the end of the blade) to thick tree branches. Some people even said that they could use the knife’s blade to shave, as an indicator of how sharp the it is.
The lock mechanism is an Axis type which is pretty though and break-proof but not something to really praise about because there are better mechanisms out there. Still this is not something to really worry about unless you are a knife maniac that makes a thousand opens and closes a day.
The weight of this knife is perfect. It has a great balance and can open with only a flick of the wrist. Benchmade made two models, one with serrated blade and one with a plain one. It is up to you if you need the serrations. Some like them and some don’t so consider this when choosing the model.
The Contego Folding Knife ComboEdge is a pleasure to use. It kind of makes sense when you think about it. It has a decent price, it is manufactured by a reputable company, it has many of the traits you hardly find on even more expensive knives, it fits really well in the hand (great ergonomics) and has a razor-sharp multi-functional blade. We really consider that this is a great purchase if you are in need of a survival knife like this.
9. Best Commando/Special Ops Knives
From scratch, this is a knife with a very long and somehow thick blade. It is a great pick for commandos due to a handful of reasons that I will speak about later in this review. The Rothco Genuine British Commando resembles the original Fairbrain-Skyes fighting knife which became famous during World War 2 when issued mainly to British Commandos, the Airborne Forces and the SAS in the Normandy Landings.
Due to it’s tapered, sharply pointed blade the weapon is optimized for thrusting. Of course thrusting it is the main plus on this knife but it doesn’t mean it is limited to only that. Not even close. Having a Carbon steel blade with cutting edges it is ideal for inflicting slash cuts upon an opponent or maybe just cut different objects, ropes, parachutes, etc.
It is designed with toughness and with the original British commando in mind so that you get a high-quality knife that only special ops and military man are capable of handling. The comfort and performance come hand in hand with the Rothco Genuine British Commando Knife due to its high-quality leather sheath and ergonomic zinc serrated handle design.
As said, in the beginning, the blade is not for the weak and is the main reason why this knife is so good. Being a 7-inch carbon steel one it is very light and resistant to any hard usage, and at that length, it is easy to reach your enemy and not get your cover blown.
It is a great overall knife for special ops or commando missions at both a decent price and a high-quality standard. If you consider it has what it takes to have it with you in your next mission we really think this is a great purchase.
With a 7-inch plain edge blade the Smith & Wesson is a great Special Ops Bayonet for the true specialist. From the beginning, you need to know that this is a soldier’s tool. It is best used for what it is made for, as a bayonet. Long story short, it has a black-coated stainless steel 440C blade with saw back, a black polymer handle, a nylon scabbard, an overall length of 12.75 inches , a weight of 14 ½ oz, an ergonomic shape, a not so razor-sharp blade as it needs to be, and a good feel in the hand.
Just by looking at it, you can tell that it is the perfect knife to sneak by your enemy’s back and make the fatal cut with only one move. It basically can tackle everything from fierce adversaries to flor or fauna that stays in your way. That’s why you will need to keep this knife close to you at any time. The manufacturer includes a scabbard with a sharpening stone which is nice if you ever feel that the blade is not sharp enough.
It comes with a belt clip, but you can also attach it to a gun preferably a big one, and a lifetime limited warranty. As other tactical knives, it also comes with some legislative restrictions so be aware if you want to make the purchase.
As a conclusion, if you don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars for a professional bayonet this is the definite choice.
The Mark 2 is a true masterpiece. It is one of the best-selling knives in the world. After half a century, the Mark 2 is still in top for everyone who wants the best out of their money.
It features a 420HC steel blade with a black oxide coating and double serration with a length of 6.6 inches, an overall length of 11.6 inches, and a weight of 12.5 ounces. Unlike many other tactical or military knives, the Gerber Mark 2 has an aluminum handle and a ballistic nylon sheath. This means the endurance of the handle is ensured.
The sheath and blade are non-reflective and quiet so you won’t get half blind neither get your cover blown when taking the knife out.
Lifetime warranty that covers your knife’s damage straight from Gerber, one of the most reputable knife brands in the world.
The single thing that can be considered as a downgrade is the razor edge which after some usage time it needs to be sharpened to avoid bad cuts.
This is the true killing knife. It may sound a little horrific but that’s what it does best. It was designed for survival during the worst missions. Basically, you get killer quality and a good price in a knife that’s preferred by tens of thousands or maybe hundreds of thousands of army men that fought in Vietnam, Korea, Chad, commandos and special ops professionals around the globe. Treat yourself.
10. Best Police/Law Enforcement Knives
As a police officer, you may have everything under control in most situations. And that’s a nice feeling. When the suspect is handcuffed and everything goes as planned. But there’s also another feeling that is way more unpleasant. It’s when things get out of the hand. Somebody probably grabbed your primary weapon or you ran out of bullets. That is when you reach for the KA-BAR. More of a last option knife, the TDI Law Enforcement Knife does it’s job best when an officer cannot access the handgun and his/her life is in danger. It draws similar to a pistol, and the reversible sheath makes it easy for left-handed officers to switch on the other side of the belt for faster withdraws.
It is very easy to handle, when you are cutting something there is a nice finger space where the blade is not razor-sharp especially for not getting hurt but also for added comfort. Also, it can be used in two ways, regular grip, and reverse grip. Mainly when you keep it in a regular grip, the blade has a 15 degrees inclination angle and it forms a straight axis with your hand which makes it perfect for stabbing and slashing. In reverse grip, you can use it while under assault to make fatal cuts.
As speaking of technical details it has an AUS 8A Stainless Steel blade, a patented Zytel handle material, an HRC of 57-59 CR(similar to the KA-BAR full size), a blade thickness of 0.125 inches, a hollow grind, an overall length of 5-5/8 inches and a weight of 0.20 lb.
11. Best field knife
Columbia River Knife & Tool Inc. is a pretty young american knife company established in 1994 by two former Kershaw employees that decided to open their own knife company. They practically sky rocketed in 1997 when the K.I.S.S(Keep It Super Simple) knife was introduced. It was a clear success right from the beginning, event that helped them develop faster and bring better products to market.
The Columbia River Knife F.T.W.S Fixed Blade which by the way means For Those Who Serve is one of the finest tactical fixed blade knives that the company manufactured. Allen Elishewitz (the guy that designed the knife) along with his team worked on this knife for two years in order to deliver the knife they dreamed about. And it seems that hard work forever pays.
It features a beautiful heavy-duty ¼ inches black powder coated blade to resist corrosion and minimize reflectivity, a handle that is made using injection-molded glass, a blade tang which is taper ground to allow the handle to swell at the palm and become slightly narrower at the end. Also, a lanyard hole is provided.
It has dual belt loops that are Velcro adjustable and the handle provides the best grip under most conditions. The balance on this knife is incredibly good by the way.
A very simplistic knife for high demands and expectations. The Elishewitz F.T.W.S is an impressive tactical knife that can be used in many environments and perfectly fits on the field-like ones. Remember that this knife is the product of a two-year work by a craftsman who understands what it means to design a functional tool. We think that this is a great tool to have around with you in the field and highly advise you to consider it.
12. Best throwing knife
The Recon 1 series kind of started a standard for tactical folding knives that is pretty hard to surpass. The Cold Steel Recon 1 Spear Point Plain Edge Folding knife is a popular knife among military and law enforcement personnel as well as civilians.
A bunch of features makes it suitable for throwing and here we can remind:
- Very easy to carry around, due to its overall length of only 9-3/8 inches
- 3.5 mm thick blade and ergonomic G-10 laminate handle make it both easy to throw the knife by the blade or by the sheath as you prefer
- Stainless steel Japanese AUS 8A that’s been vacuum heat-treated and sub-zero quenched is an assurance that the blade won’t fail any matter how many times you decide to throw it.
Actually, the entire Cold Steel folding series of knives were tested by some specially trained men in a destruction test specifically to show the resistance of their knives compared to others. After more than 100 throws, the Cold Steel Recon 1 survived without a scratch being ready for the next challenge. This has to show just how serious they take quality standards.
To make the Recon 1 easy to open and carry the company provides you with a thumb stud and a strong yet small pocket clip.
Added all together, this makes for a great throwing knife. Great price, great specs, razor-sharp blade, and good design, the Cold Steel Recon 1 Spear Point is a must in every professional thrower collection.
13. Best zombie knives
When in a zombie apocalypse it is vital to have a rugged, big, and razor-sharp knife in order to survive. Luckily the Ontario M9 Bayonet with Black Handle and Scabbard Designed for military is easily attachable to the M16 rifles and will probably save your skin when you run out of ammo.
It weighs 16 ounces, so this is not for frail men, it has a modified stainless steel black oxide blade with a non-reflective finish and small serrations on the back for easy rope cuts, the handle is made of textured thermoplastic nylon. The sheath has strap down loops and a pivot pin wich along with the knife forms an emergency wire cutter.
At an overall length of 12.125 inches, 7-inch blade with 0.235, this knife is not good just at clean fatal cuts but even fierce cold blooded slashes against the zombies.
The best guns we advise you to put this bayonet on are the M16 and M4 carbines, the Mossberg 590A1, and the AR-15. We think that in a zombie apocalypse the Mossberg 590 is the best choice to combine with this bayonet because you can blow the Zombie’s heads off with only one shot and be sure that they don’t revive. Of course, you can choose another one that you consider would smash the head of the zombies better but on the ones listed above it fits best.
Don’t want to get your brain eaten by stupid zombies that come in your backyard? Well, when you run out of ammunition the Ontario Bayonet will always be there to save your ass. And now you can get it at a good price.
SOG Specialty Knives & Tools CD02-L Creed Knife with Straight Edge Fixed 7.5-Inch AUS-8 Steel Blade and Kraton Molded Handle, Black TiNi Finish
The SOG Creed Knife somehow resembles the form of a machete only with a smaller form factor and an improved blade. It maximizes the cutting edge to the extreme wilderness with a whopping 7.5-inch straight edge steel fixed blade that has a clip point shape and black TiNi finish.
It includes a black leather sheath with a snap closure and belt loop attachment for easy carry. The black handle is made of Kraton and provides a non-slip grip and overall great ergonomics. Believe it or not, the knife’s blade is some of the best-treated ones on the market. It has been cryogenically heat-treated to increase toughness and preserve sharpness over several zombie beheadings.
- 57-58 HRC
- Tech Bowie handle made with tactile Kraton rubber
- AUS 8 steel blade
- Leather sheath
- Large protective cross guard
- Extremely sharp, probably good enough for shaving when no razor is near you.
SOG being a reputable blade offers a limited lifetime warranty for their blades if ever need to return it or get it repaired. But you probably won’t ever use it because at SOG they are great craftsmen and they take quality and user content very seriously.
If you want to prepare yourself for the zombie apocalypse the SOG Creed is one of the best non-machete choices you can make at the moment.
A good knife is a good knife and that’s all. Good knives are not cheap nor easy to find or to pick from the incredible variety available on the market. We did our best to include the best tactical or military knives in their categories of action. We hope you found what you were looking for from our list. By the way, you might want to check out our hunting knife reviews by clicking here. Anyway thanks for passing by and reading our reviews.
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