Fixed Blade Knives | Special Forces Review | Tactical Rifleman



There are lots of great brands out there. This video is a focus on the design of the knife. We do not push one particular brand over another. Rather, we …

20 thoughts on “Fixed Blade Knives | Special Forces Review | Tactical Rifleman

  1. Jeff says:

    What belt knife is that? I like my Strong Arm for general utility stuff. Need some small and useful to mount on my belt. Strong Arm is way to big for that. I like the way your's is hidden behind the pistol mags.

  2. Ragnarok Nibba says:

    Opinions on the Chilean corvo? Specifically the atacameño

    Also, loving the channel. Great videos, very informative. It's good to take advice from people who have been in actual combat! Regards from a Chilean recon scout

  3. George Dean says:

    Another great video. I bought one of the Goodman SOCKs with the leather sheath to carry when hunting. I always have a folder handy in the car or my Harley, but hesitate carrying one on my person unless out in the field. Many state's knife laws are much more restrictive than their gun laws. As a retired LEO and vet., I'm normally armed, but just don't want the hassle of confrontation with a prick in uniform. Yep, I admit, they're out there looking to keep their stats up.

  4. Marius Frost says:

    I'm a civilian and not at all tough. I can almost guarantee if you stab me seriously (even if it's not fatal), I'm done fighting. Do you think it would be safe to say that's the case for most civilians?

  5. bd C says:

    I agree with what you said. I was a dealer. Nonetheless, I searched hard, found only the serrated blade, and ordered. Over the years, I learned that a number of discontinued knives (no slick ads, no paid write ups in gun magazines by lazy "researchers") worked, but were not commercially viable.

  6. Nylon Python says:

    Quick note on Tactical Tomahawks, most of the people i've ever seen use one tactically were using some sort of Voodoo Hawk. The spike on the back is a solid prybar and i've seen people use them to pry open doors or easily open something like a manhole that has a small hole that you can torque to open. So while they're heavier than carrying a knife you get the utility of a hatchet and a prybar as well as having a melee weapon.

  7. Robert Gaissert says:

    Only thing he left out that i caught is always have a folding knife on you when you're driving not in the door or glove box but on your person in case you need to cut your seatbelt. Great video though!

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