Posted July 22, 2015 9:51 am by Comments

By Matthew Hogan


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Knives for extreme field use are fairly common nowadays, but very few reach the quality seen from TOPS Knives.

The all new Team Jackal Survivor was designed with covert operations — recon missions lasting for days, raids involving close quarters combat, and high-risk rescue missions — in mind, so that front line operators will have the necessary tool for the job.

The Team Jackal Survivor comes with 1095 high carbon steel because it’s simple to re-sharpen and has excellent edge retention, both great qualities for a field knife.

The Coyote Tan powder coat protects the steel from the elements and reduces shine so your adversaries won’t see you coming. …read more

Source:: Tactical Life

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