Spartan Blades CQB Tool (Ring Dagger with Kydex Sheath)

– This is my review of the CQB Tool, which is an awesome little ring knife that was designed for Close Quarters Battle (CQB).

42 thoughts on “Spartan Blades CQB Tool (Ring Dagger with Kydex Sheath)

  1. Natasha Last says:

    GREAT REVIEW !!! So you definately prefer this one over the Benchmade? And you mention the 'steel' used if of different quality…would you say the Benchmade steel for their dagger is really below-par, like it's cheap and the tip will break? Which one is longer—Spartan or Benchmade?? Thanks for getting back to me about these questions…..(I like the Spartan, but the benchmade has that 'belt clip'!

  2. Sir Ornery says:

    I have one of these, and another option (that I prefer) is putting my middle finger inside the ring-hole. You can also make a tactical tether using the para-cord  instead of buying one. I loop my through a belt when I carry it.

  3. Striker 5.56 says:

    Sharpened halfway up so it causes more pain?  That's the dumbest thing I have heard all day.  It is sharpened halfway up only, so if you draw your weapon while it is in your hand you reduce the risk of getting cut unintentionally,  I would also like to see you attack an opponent using it as a "push dagger".  What a POG!

  4. Matthew Hall says:

    I have three of the benchmade one, one was stolen off my flak then one of each color. its a great knife and in military I recommend it for that last ditch or to help make that stand off to switch to your pistol

  5. Jack G says:

    At$90, it's still a little steep. For a multitool or a hunting/utility knife that will actually see repeated use, I wouldn't mind, but for a knife that's just designed for LFE, I don't know if I can justify the expense. Maybe somebody with a CNC mill will make a decent knock-off.

  6. PowerMadHeadBanger says:

    Nice Review! Subscribed! Just one thing, your grip at 4:27 is the grip that you are planning to use when in case you use this blade? Because if it is, you are holding in a way that is weakening your hand. Israel from WeAllJuggleKnives made a review for the Benchmade SOCP (watch?v=U48ht1ezLVI) and he shows the right way of holding this blade.

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