KA-BAR


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KA-BARKnife Attachment-Browning Automatic Rifle
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KA-BAR Knives grew out of the Union Cutlery trademark in the mid-1920's, but it became particularly well known--indeed famous--for the introduction of a fighting knife in the latter part of World War II.
Those wanting a budget version of this knife will delight in knowing KA-BAR, who has collaborated extensively with Dozier in the past, has a production version of this knife in the works.
Much later, I carried a Ka-Bar during my time as a Marine Captain in Desert Shield and Desert Storm."
Produced by Ka-Bar, the fixed blade caught on like wildfire.
This razor-sharp, 2.75" Ka-Bar blade fits on any medium to large pistol with rail and slides on and off easily with the press of two buttons.
The officers first saw the woman, still holding a bloody KA-BAR knife.
Ka-Bar makes John Benner's TDI Law Enforcement Knife.
Enter Ka-Bar ZK Knives (Zombie Killers, get it?), definitely cutters that could save anyone's keister if it needed saving.
Ka-Bar's Web site, www.ka-bar.com, details 200 years of American cutlery-making history, and even walks you through a short course on knife manufacturing.
While he usually used his all-purpose jack knife with a 2 1/2" main blade, occasionally he would use his 6" Marble's Ideal, a Bowie-style blade said to have influenced the design of the famous military Ka-Bar knife.
Made by Ka-Bar for LaserLyte (known for their cool gadgets), it's actually very good quality.
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