Microtech Jagdkommando Knife

Feb 27, 2018

Category: Gear

“Aggressive” is certainly one word that comes to mind when we look at Microtech’s MCT1057 Jagdkommando fixed blade knife, but we suppose it doesn’t have to be thrust into a fast-approaching foe—heck, attack your pot roast with it!

With its twisted, grooved, and triple-edged blade cut from 440A stainless steel, the Jagdkommando likely won’t back down from any challenge. A limited production version of the popular Marfione custom knife, this one features an aircraft grade aluminum hollow handle that lets you store small survival gear inside, and it’s part of a limited production run, with the metal belt loop showing the model, date of manufacture and serial number. The name Jagdkommando comes from the name of the Austrian Armed Special Forces Operations group, so yeah, this thing’s all about business. The blade measures 7″, with a top-to-bottom length of 13 1/4″. It weighs approximately 1 pound, 5.6 ounces, which also sounds about like the size of piece of pot roast we’d like. [Purchase]

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