Mil-Tac CS1 Spearpoint Fixed Blade Knife Black G-10 (6.25" Satin)

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Specifications

  • Overall Length:11.625"
  • Blade Length:6.25"
  • Cutting Edge:6.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.23"
  • Blade Material:CPM-S30V
  • Blade Style:Spear Point
  • Blade Grind:Hollow
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:5.50"
  • Handle Thickness:0.80"
  • Handle Material:G-10
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:11.48 oz.
  • Sheath:Nylon
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:Mil-Tac
  • Model:CS1
  • Model Number:CS1-001
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Hunting, Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

The Mil-Tac CS1 was designed to be the ultimate field knife for combat and survival situations. Through extensive research they determined military and law enforcement want a fixed blade that is tough yet comfortable to use for long periods of time. It comes equipped with an S30V stainless steel blade that offers the best combination of edge toughness and corrosion resistance. The handle has rugged G-10 handle scales, that have been CNC machined for a comfortable ergonomic grip. Experience the combat ready design of the Mil-Tac CS1 fixed blade.

Features:
  • S30V stainless steel blade for toughness and corrosion resistance
  • CNC machined G-10 handle scales for an ergonomic grip
  • Spear Point blade profile for a strong, durable cutting edge
  • Includes nylon belt sheath with a protective kydex insert

This version of the CS1 has a black G-10 handle and a spear point blade in a satin finish.

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Mystery Knife
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Eric M.
03-02-2016
I picked this knife up from an old employer. We were cleaning out the warehouse when I came across an old tattered up RAT 3 box. When I opened the box what I found inside was definitely not a RAT 3. I asked the old boss if she knew anything about what happened to the knife that was supposed to be in there and what this different knife was, to which she had no idea. With no markings on the blade I turned to the internet for answers, searching and asking if anyone could ID the blade, but I got nothing. I put this knife through the ringer beating it every way I would think of and even leaving it in ferric chloride for hours nothing would take this blade out. Finally today 3/2/2016 about 3 years later I have found it. Thanks BladeHQ!