Bomber & Co B-2 Nano Blade

Apr 7, 2017

Category: Gear

There appears to be a consensus around the tactical gear community that bigger is better. And, some of the time, that’s true. With a bigger bag, for example, you can carry more stuff. But, on occasion, paring something down can have an equally desirable benefit. Like with Bomber & Company’s B-2 Nano Blade – which might be the most concealment-friendly tactical pocket knife ever made.

With design hints drawn from the B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber, the brand created this miniature blade to be extremely versatile in survival situations, but still small enough to carry without notice. It measures up at just 3.15″ when opened and 1.89″ when closed. It also weighs less than one ounce and its combination plain and serrated blade is crafted from 440C stainless steel – which has a 58-60 rating on the Rockwell scale. And while you could easily fit the B-2 Nano Blade in even the most stuffed of pockets, it also comes with a carabiner clip for alternative carry options. You can back it on Kickstarter now starting at just $25.

Purchase: $25+

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