RMJ Tactical Jungle Dagger

Jul 30, 2018

Category: Gear

While there are a lot of knives out there – both fixed blade and folding – that are tough enough for daily use, special circumstances call for something a bit more rugged. For instance, when making your way through uncharted territory, your knife is a lot more than just a cutting tool – it’s your best means of survival. And it’s for those types of situations the RMJ Tactical Jungle Dagger was built.

Handcrafted by none other than Ryan M. Johnson, this aggressively-styled fixed blade is a USA-made beast – built from a combination of cryogenically-treated 80CrV2 blade steel and a G10 handle. The blade also features an extra-tough tungsten cerakote finish – upping its durability to the nth degree. And, when you’re not using it, you can stash this impressive knife away in the included MOLLE-compatible Kydex sheath. Limited to just 50 examples (for now), you can get your hands on the RMJ Tactical Jungle Dagger for $590.

Purchase: $590

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