Iron Ulu Survival Knife

Jun 26, 2017

Category: Gear

In the world of survival knives, looks can certainly be deceiving. So at first glance of this RMJ Tactical Iron Ulu knife, you’d think sheer brute force was the motivation behind its design. However, closer inspection reveals a unique shape with both survival and ease of use/carry in the back of designer Jonathan Carmack’s mind in its development.

Each Iron Ulu hosts a 6.25” blade that provides the knife with both heavy-duty and fine detail cutting capabilities. It hosts a 1/4” 4140 steel blade whose length allows for different grades of sharpness for various cutting needs. Use it both as an axe or a knife, where you can prepare a fire and the game to be cooked with the same tool. It’s finished in Sniper Gray Cerakote and the handle features machine-layered scales in gray and black with stainless steel rivets holding everything together. Thanks to the Ulu’s superior design for easy deployment and storage, entering the wilderness without a proper survival knife will no longer be an unfortunate reality for you and your fellow campers. Available now for $375. [Purchase]

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