Ka-Bar Becker TacTool

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

When it comes to survival gear, we’ve adopted the philosophy of, if it’s good enough for the members of our armed services, then it will probably hold up just fine for our outdoor adventures. Used by all branches of the military, the Ka-Bar Becker TacTool was built with one thing in mind – survival.

Whether you’re looking to explore the depths of the jungle, or protect your home from unwanted intruders, this tool is up for the task. The tool was born out of a collaboration between Ethan Becker of Becker Knife and Tool and John Benner of the Tactical Defense Institute, and is outfitted with a 7.75-inch 1095 cro-van blade, and comes with a glass-filled nylon sheath for easy transport. Each knife is made right here in the USA, and retails for $140. [Purchase]

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