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ESEE Knives Izula Tertiary Push Dagger Fixed Blade Knife Black G-10 (2.6" Black)

MSRP: $161.95
Our Price: $94.95
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Item #BHQ-37210

Specifications

  • Overall Length:5.00"
  • Blade Length:2.625"
  • Blade Thickness:0.17"
  • Blade Material:1095
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Black
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.25"
  • Handle Thickness:0.17"
  • Handle Material:G-10
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:3.64 oz.
  • Sheath:Polymer
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:ESEE Knives
  • Model:Izula Tertiary
  • Designer:Lee Smith
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:5.00"
  • Blade Length:2.625"
  • Blade Thickness:0.17"
  • Blade Material:1095
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Black
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.25"
  • Handle Thickness:0.17"
  • Handle Material:G-10
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:3.64 oz.
  • Sheath:Polymer
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:ESEE Knives
  • Model:Izula Tertiary
  • Designer:Lee Smith
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

Designed by SWAT officer Lee Smith, the ESEE Tertiary is a vital law enforcment and military defense tool. The Tertiary builds on the tested Izula line, and takes its name from an edged weapon's natural place in the order of personal weapons — the third line of defense. This lightweight defense tool offers swift deployment, dependable piercing/cutting power, and low profile construction. Includes a hard plastic sheath with a clip attachment for comfortable belt carry. This model features black G-10 Izula scales for added grip security.

Features:
  • Resilient black powder coated 1095 steel construction for lasting durability.
  • Clip point style blade with a sharpened top edge provides reliable penetrating power.
  • Included hard plastic sheath system allows easy carry and accessibility for a quick draw in tight situations.
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A back up but not a 5* one.
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Stephen T.
08-05-2019
Ok gotta admit I wanted to like this blade. Im my 33 years in law enforcement I know the need for a good quality blade for folks to carry. I've had the pleasure of training with some of the best and been using blades seriously since I was about 10 and lived in the Philippines (my parents were based there and I literally grew up with a Balisong in my hands). The concept Lee Smith, the designer, is a much needed and important principal. For some in law enforcement, they are not allowed by their agencies to carry a back up weapon. With that in mind some are turning to knives. In 2018 and incident where a knife was used to fend off a weapons disarm woke some up and serious looks were taken at what was carried and their limitations. I knew of two serious "punch daggers" out there, designed and marked towards law enforcement. One is by ShivWorks and the other is the ESEE Tertiary. Several of us ordered the ESEE, as the ShivWorks was simply out of stock. Within days my ESEE Tertiary was mounted on my duty belt and training began. Its simple. In a weapons disarm attempt secure weapon with strong hand and deploy Tertiary with less strong hand and begin throwing jabs. Here is where the problems began. The Tertiary isn't made for hands that are smaller than size XL. Simply put both the bare metal and the G-10 version just are big. Also the loop at the top just well it just doesn't do anything except catch things on it, like branches when walking through dense wooded areas. Also the blade angle isn't set right for punching and again need meat cleaver hands to keep it from wobbling. This is a high quality and well made blade, but for normal hand folks I have to give the edge (pun intended) to the ShivWorks design. If the folks at ESEE are listening (ya not likely), shorten the tang by 1/4", make the handle a solid piece that one can grab and hold onto when punching things. (I really do wonder if the designers and manufactures actually took the blade to something serious and punched away? Oh well I've rambled on enough so I'll hush now. Blade 6 Actual out.
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Description
Specifications
Reviews

Description

Designed by SWAT officer Lee Smith, the ESEE Tertiary is a vital law enforcment and military defense tool. The Tertiary builds on the tested Izula line, and takes its name from an edged weapon's natural place in the order of personal weapons — the third line of defense. This lightweight defense tool offers swift deployment, dependable piercing/cutting power, and low profile construction. Includes a hard plastic sheath with a clip attachment for comfortable belt carry. This model features black G-10 Izula scales for added grip security.

Features:
  • Resilient black powder coated 1095 steel construction for lasting durability.
  • Clip point style blade with a sharpened top edge provides reliable penetrating power.
  • Included hard plastic sheath system allows easy carry and accessibility for a quick draw in tight situations.
Read More
Show Less

Specifications

  • Overall Length:5.00"
  • Blade Length:2.625"
  • Blade Thickness:0.17"
  • Blade Material:1095
  • Blade Style:Clip Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Black
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.25"
  • Handle Thickness:0.17"
  • Handle Material:G-10
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:3.64 oz.
  • Sheath:Polymer
  • Knife Type:Fixed Blade
  • Brand:ESEE Knives
  • Model:Izula Tertiary
  • Designer:Lee Smith
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Tactical
  • Product Type:Knife

Customer Reviews

A back up but not a 5* one.
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Stephen T.
08-05-2019
Ok gotta admit I wanted to like this blade. Im my 33 years in law enforcement I know the need for a good quality blade for folks to carry. I've had the pleasure of training with some of the best and been using blades seriously since I was about 10 and lived in the Philippines (my parents were based there and I literally grew up with a Balisong in my hands). The concept Lee Smith, the designer, is a much needed and important principal. For some in law enforcement, they are not allowed by their agencies to carry a back up weapon. With that in mind some are turning to knives. In 2018 and incident where a knife was used to fend off a weapons disarm woke some up and serious looks were taken at what was carried and their limitations. I knew of two serious "punch daggers" out there, designed and marked towards law enforcement. One is by ShivWorks and the other is the ESEE Tertiary. Several of us ordered the ESEE, as the ShivWorks was simply out of stock. Within days my ESEE Tertiary was mounted on my duty belt and training began. Its simple. In a weapons disarm attempt secure weapon with strong hand and deploy Tertiary with less strong hand and begin throwing jabs. Here is where the problems began. The Tertiary isn't made for hands that are smaller than size XL. Simply put both the bare metal and the G-10 version just are big. Also the loop at the top just well it just doesn't do anything except catch things on it, like branches when walking through dense wooded areas. Also the blade angle isn't set right for punching and again need meat cleaver hands to keep it from wobbling. This is a high quality and well made blade, but for normal hand folks I have to give the edge (pun intended) to the ShivWorks design. If the folks at ESEE are listening (ya not likely), shorten the tang by 1/4", make the handle a solid piece that one can grab and hold onto when punching things. (I really do wonder if the designers and manufactures actually took the blade to something serious and punched away? Oh well I've rambled on enough so I'll hush now. Blade 6 Actual out.
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